A Guide to Korean Cultural Heritage
한림출판사, 1998 - Social Science - 382 pages
The ten symbols, or culltural images, are introduced in this volume along with 15 other aspects of Korean culture ranging from rites of passage and other customs, traditional sports and gardening to various handicrafts, printing, painting, and pottery to give the rader a glimpse of Korea's rich sultural heritage.
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HELLO from Korea
The Korean Overseas Information Service Seoul, Republic of Korea (ROK)
Limited preview - 2005
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