Korean Tales: Being a Collection of Stories Translated from the Korean Folk Lore
G. P. Putnam's sons, 1889 - Folk literature, Lappish - 193 pages
Includes introductory chapters about Korean culture, this volume features the traditional Korean story of creation as well as stories of the Rabbit, Enchanted Wine Jug and the Dutiful Daughter.
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