Myths of Korea
"Comprised of seven foundation myths, ten shamanist myths from the Korean mainland, and nine shamanist myths from Cheju Island, "Myths of Korea" presents twenty-six myths in accurate and readable translation, mostly for the first time in English. To make them more easily understandable to the general reader, these myths have been rewritten according to their central narrative plot. The corpus assembled here holds out manifold possibilities for future research - a comparative study of myths in general and hamanist myths in particular.
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Shamanist Myths of the Peninsula
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Amitabha asked baby became Birth Grandmother boat Bodhisattva born Buddhist bush clover called Ch'orhyon Chach'ongbi Changja Cheju Island child Chong Sunam Choson clan clothes country of heaven desolate island door Dragon King dream father five flowers foundation myths gate Haemosu Hallakkung Homage to Buddha horse human husband Hwang Uyang Hwanung Jade Emperor Kang Kim Chinguk Korean Shamanism Ksitigarbha Kumdanch'un and Oktanch'un Kungsan Ladies-in-waiting land live looked Maitreya Majesty mandarin duck Master messenger monastery monk month moon mother Mount Mount Halla mountain Nammu night offered old woman opened Origin Myth Paramun parents passed pray prayers queen replied returned rich man Kim rite ritual River Earl royal Sakyamuni Sanguk Seoul Seven Stars shamanist myths Shao Yung shrine silk support Soch'onguk Songjo sons T'arhae T'osan Tanggum-aegi Tangun tell thought thousand tricents told took trees underworld village visitor gods Wang wife Yama