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         Korea Culture:     more books (101)
  1. Modern And Contemporary Art in Korea (Korean Culture Series Vol.#1) by Yong-na Kim, 2005-09-01
  2. Korea Unmasked In Search of the Country, the Society and the People (New Edition) (Graphic Novel) by Won-bok RHIE, 2005-01-01
  3. Women and Politics in Japan and Korea (Studies in Political Science, 19) by Youngtae Shin, 2004-06
  4. Facts About Korea, 1969 by Korea. Ministry of Culture & Information, 1969
  5. Manhwa (The World of Korea Comics - 2004 Sampler) by et al Korea Content & Culture Agency staff, 2004
  6. Korean Language in Culture And Society (Klear Textbooks in Korean Language)
  7. Korea: Its history and culture by Chris Wright, 1984
  8. From Tradition to Consumption: Construction of a Capitalist Culture in South Korea by Dennis Hart, 2001-07-20
  9. Buddhist thought and Culture in India and Korea
  10. An Illustrated Guide to Korean Culture
  11. Facts about Korea by Korean Culture and Information Service, 2009-06-01
  12. Religious Culture In Korea by Yun Seung-Yong, 1996-01-01
  13. Explore Korea: Essence of Culture and Tourism by None, 2002
  14. Focus on Korea: Korean Arts and Culture

61. Index
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62. Korean Online | History Of Hangul Part I
A simple look at the origins of korea's written language and the impact it has had on the culture.
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History of Hangul - Part I
Koreans use their own unique alphabet called Hangul. It is considered to be one of the most efficient alphabets in the world and has garnered unanimous praise from language experts for its scientific design and excellence. Hangul was created under King Sejong during the Choson Dynasty (1393-1910). in 1446, the first Korean alphabet was proclaimed under the original name Hunmin chong-um, which literally meant "the correct sounds for the instruction of the people." King Sejong, the creator of Hangul, is considered to be one of the greatest rulers in the history of Korea. Highly respected for his benevolent disposition and diligence, King Sejong was also a passionate scholar whose knowledge and natural talent in all fields of study astounded even the most learned experts. During his reign, King Sejong always deplored the fact that the common people, ignorant of the complicated Chinese characters that were being used by the educated, were not able to read and write. He understood their frustration in not being able to read or to communicate their thoughts and feelings in written words.

63. SehSekHoi
A group experimenting with music and instruments across culture, including West Africa, korea, Turkey, Indonesia, New Zealand Maori, China, India and South America. With member background and biographies.

64. The Korean Culture Pages
Choi Soo Jin. What Makes korea Unique What You'll Meet in korea by KongHye Rhee; korea's Floor culture by Nam Hyungah; The Most Frequent
The Korean Culture Pages-Spring 1996
These short essays on aspects of Korean culture from the university student's perspective were prepared by students of Sogang University to introduce their culture to peers around the world.

65. Korea Stock Photography-photos Of Korea
Specializing in images of korea, including people, places, and culture.
Korea Stock Photography Koreaslide.Buy and download high quality and high resolution photos of Korea, Korean culture, places, scenery, festivals, rituals and more.

66. Korea - Culture - Religion Philosophy , Salp'
culture, Next. korean culture has blossomed during her long history. korea has spawnedsome great inventors. Its first printing systems predated Gutenberg's.

67. Korea - Culture - Mask Dance-Drama , Madangguk
Mask dancedrama goes by many names in the traditional korean culture t'alch'um Inthe northern part of korea, the term t'alch'um, meaning mask dance , is used

68. Special Look Into Korea: Korea, Culture, Seoul, Kyongju
This tour offers opportunities to see and experience real korean culture, historyof korea and korean people by touring local cities famous for their unique
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Click here for info This tour offers opportunities to see and experience real Korean culture, history of Korea and Korean people by touring local cities famous for their unique local cultures. Especially Kyongju and Cheju Island are the "MUST" for tourists visiting Korea for their scenic beauty and cultural heritages made from 5,000 year's history of Korea. Come and enjoy the hidden beauty of Korea.
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Arrive in Seoul Kimpo Airport and you will be met by our representative for your transfer to the hotel. Relax and enjoy the first night in Korea at Downtown located 4 star hotel.
Day 2:
Breakfast at hotel's buffet restaurant. Today you will be on a tour for following attractions in Seoul. First take a drive up to the top of Mountain Namsan located in the hub of Seoul City then take 10 minutes walking to the famed Seoul Tower for a splendid view of Seoul. Proceed to Changduk Palace where is known for its Secret Garden. (KYONGBOK PALACE ON MONDAY) After Changduk Palace take a 5 minute drive to Nat'l Museum. After lunch transfer to Itaewon street for shopping for whole afternoon. you can arrange your own dinner in Itaewon with various foof restaurants including many American fastfood restauarnt, Korean, Japanese, Italian. After dinner transfer back to your hotel.

69. Korean Student Organization
Provides information about events, members, korea and its culture.

70. Korea Times Series On "Dynamic Korea": Culture
culture. COEX Mall Settles as 'Shoppertainment' Center June 24, 2002.Hwanghak 2002. korea Blessed With Many Good Singers June 5, 2002.
Korea Times Series on "Dynamic Korea" Sunshine Policy Inter-Korean Summit Economy Labor ... Health
KOIS is privileged to present excerpts of the Dynamic Korea essay series which began running in the Korea Times this month. To celebrate and promote the new national catchphrase, "Dynamic Korea," the Korea Times invited more than 50 distinguished minds from around the world to write opinion columns on their interpretation of the phrase.
The series is also aimed at giving foreigners a greater understanding of Korea while the nation is under the global spotlight during the 2002 FIFA World Cup, which it is co-hosting with Japan.
The writers include ministers, professors, consultants, executives of leading global firms and diplomats. Hailing from very diverse backgrounds, they are united in their abilities to shed light on the fascinating story of Korea's dynamic rise to global economic and political prominence.
Culture COEX Mall Settles as 'Shoppertainment' Center [June 24, 2002] Hwanghak-dong Flea Market Renowned as Collector's Paradise [June 21, 2002] Techno Mart Ready to Meet IT-Thirst Netizens [June 20, 2002]

71. Directory
Ministry of culture and Tourism English, korean Homepage of the Ministry of cultureand Tourism mandated to promote korea's culture, tourism, and sports.

72. :::::::::::welcome To KCAF::::::::::::::
Profiles public organization founded in 1973 to promote activities relevant to the development of Category Regional Asia South korea Arts and Entertainment......About the KCAF. The korean culture and Arts Promotion Fund. Arts Facilities.History. Programs. KCAF Arts Theater. Mission and Goal. Procedure

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The Korean Culture and Arts Promotion Fund Arts Facilities History Programs KCAF Arts Theater Mission and Goal ...
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73. Korea Seoul Mission Alumni Homepage
Dedicated to those who served missions in Seoul, but offers information to everyone interested in korea and its people, culture, economy.
Updated May, 2002
Hello once again! Welcome to the new mission page. Some new links have been added below for Conference talks in Korean, links to some history, etc.
If you have questions, comments, or suggestions on things you would like to see on these pages, please contact me! Thanks and Enjoy...
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Jangki Rules LDS LINKS Official LDS Site April 2002 Conference (Korean) The Church in Asia Info on Seoul Korea Temple ... Nov 2001 Korea Herald Article on Church OTHER MISSIONS LDSMissions.Net Korea Seoul West Mission Korea Pusan Mission Korea Taejon Mission MISC Feedback/Comments Register as an alumnus! Visitor Count (Since Oct. 1996) Hosted By Page maintained by Brandon Pulsipher E-mail:

74. Chejudo Recreation Center
Cheju Island, blessed with such natural scenery, is well known as the Honeymoon island and has also been called an Island of Fantasy and the Home of the Gods, thanks to its beautiful landscape and unique folk culture. Installations/Area IV/050460.htm
Cheju Recreation Center
Camp McNabb Contact Information History Location Island Transportation ... Services and Hours of Operations Cheju's Botantical Gardens Photos provided by the Korean National Tourism Organization Related sites include: Area IV Support Group Things to See and Do in Chejudo 99 Valley
Andok Valley
Anti-mongol Monument
Cheju Art Park
Cheju Folk Village
Cheju Folkcraft
Chongbang Fall
Ch'onjeyon Fall
Ch'onjiyon Fall
Ch'ujado Island Chungmun Beach Chungmun Tourist Resort Hallim Park Hamdok Beach Hwasun Beach Hyopche Beach Iho Beach Kwakchi Beach Kwandokchong Pavilion Kwanumsa Temple Manjanggul Cave Marado Island Mok Suk Won Park Mt. Hallasan Nat'l Park Natural History Museum Oedolgoe Pijarim Forest Samsonghyol Holes Samyang Beach Sanbanggulsa Temple Sanbanggulsa Temple San-gumburi Crater Shinch'onji Art Gallery Shinyang Beach Songsan Ilch'ulbong Song-up Folk Village Ssangyonggul Cave Hyopchegul Cave Udo Island Yeomiji Botanical Garden Yongduam (Dragon Rock) CHEJU ISLAND ARMY RECREATION AREA Joseph R. Suarez, Manager

75. Asia On Demand : Korea : Culture And Society
Chat Asia, Top korea culture and Society. You are in the Top korea culture and Society Category. Advanced Search. Categories.
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Bibliographies Chats and Forums Crime Disabilities ... Events new Families Fashion Food and Drink Gender ... firearms
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76. Wellcome To Korea & Korean
With general country information, culture, Buddhism, and photo gallery.

77. Lycos Travel - 404 Error - File Not Found
A brief look at South Korean culture. Includes links to general facts about the country and tourist information.
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78. About North Korea - Main Page
Complete resource on N.korea with information on its culture, art, business, news, travel, and history. korea/north_korea.htm
Updated Countries / Regions Home Cambodia China India Indonesia Japan Malaysia Mongolia Myanmer N.Korea Philippines Singapore S.Korea Taiwan Thailand Vietnam Bangkok Beijing Hong Kong Seoul Shanghai Tibet Tokyo Areas of Interest Culture/Tradition Map of N.Korea
Click for Large View To South Korea Travel Guide Weather Note: After the Korean War, the Korean Peninsula was divided into two separate countries. Although both countries share a 5,000 year history together, they've been separated from each other for the last 50 years. Therefore, the historical and cultural information about North Korea is similar to that of South Korea. Underground Churches in North Korea - Informing, provoking, mobilizing consciences for the sake of human rights in North Korea Links to Areas of Interest Art Entertainment Literature,

79. Lonely Planet World Guide | Destination South Korea | Introduction
Travel book's online guide to Korean tourism, costs, attractions, history, culture, and environment.
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South Korea It's a miracle that South Korea still exists. With China looming to its west and Japan nudging it from the east, it's no wonder the country has played unwilling host to centuries of war games. Poking delicately into the East Sea/Sea of Japan, the little peninsula has proved an irresistibly tasty morsel to its hungry neighbours. But no matter how often they try to swallow it, South Korea, like plasticine, comes out the other end largely intact. South Koreans attribute their indigestible culture to the binding agents of Confucianism, language and pride. The stunning landscape has also played a big part in creating a cohesive Korean identity. The country is swathed in green, and the Koreans are obsessed with nature, and with mountains in particular. Wherever you travel, you'll see them out in the open air, clad in the latest adventure fashions, pushing ever onward and upward. Full country name: Republic of Korea
Area: 99,373 sq km (38,369 sq mi)
Population: 48 million
Capital city: Seoul (pop 10.6 million)

80. South Korea - Culture, History, And Religion
or click here to go directly to South korea culture, History, and ReligionIn the future click on Students or Teachers, then Curriculum, then Special
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The title at the left symbolizes the major religion (Buddhism) and the geographic areas of Korea:
K - Religion
O - Large Cities (Flat Plains)
R - Mountains
E - Rice (Agriculture - Flat Plains) A - Water (Yellow Sea) Korea's larger cities are very modern. The billboard on the building at the far left is a video wall about 30 x 60 feet. (See inset at right.) The monetary system of Korea uses the WON. One U.S. dollar = 1,111 WON (Apr. 2000), so 10,000 WON (at Left) = $9.00 This is their largest bill. The billboard at the left was for the movie City of Angels Off the coast of Korea there are nearly 3,000 islands of various sizes. There is 2,413 km of coastline. Therefore, fishing is one of Korea's major industries. The eastern side of Korea rises steeply to the mountains and then there is a gradual slope to the flat plains on the west and south where the larger cities can be found.

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