5 edition of A Guide to Korean Cultural Heritage Korean Overseas Culture and Information found in the catalog.
December 31, 2004 by Hollym International Corporation .
Written in English
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Twenty-one aspects of Korean culture are highlighted in this volume along with UNESCO Treasures of Korea. These aspects, or cultural images, which include inlaid celadon ceramics of matchless beauty, the Tripitaka Koreana, the world's most comprehensive compilation of Buddhist scriptures, the world's first movable metal printing type, the world's first rain gauge and hangul, 5/5(2).
Guide to Korean cultural heritage. [Seoul?]: Korean Overseas Culture and Information Service ; Elizabeth, NJ: Distributed by Hollym International Corp., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Haeoe Munhwa Hongbowŏn (Korea) ISBN: OCLC Number: At the present time, Korean arts and culture are attracting many enthusiasts around the world.
Korea’s cultural and artistic achievements through the ages are now leading many of its young talents to the world’s most prestigious music and dance competitions, while its literary works are being translated into many different languages for global readers.
by Korean Overseas Culture and Information Service size: 20x14cm pages. publisher: Hollym, About this book A "Guide To Korean Cultural Heritage" offers an insightful look at the traditional and cultural heritage of the Korean people.
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