1 edition of A Korean history for International readers found in the catalog.
A Korean history for International readers
ChЕЏn"guk YЕЏksa Kyosa Moim (Korea)
|Statement||written by The Association of Korean History Teachers|
|LC Classifications||DS907.18 O4413 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||327 p. :|
|Number of Pages||327|
|LC Control Number||2011395322|
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Get this from a library. Oegugin ŭl wihan Han'guksa: Han'gugin ŭn segyein ege Han'guk ŭi yŏksa rŭl ŏttŏk'e iyagi hal kŏt in'ga. = A Korean history for international readers. The Center for Korean History at Korea University announced the publication of The International Journal of Korean History, Vol.
25, No. The IJKH editors and editorial board are committed to serving its international authors and readers, and to the development of Korean studies both in and outside of Korea. Book Review A. KOREAN LANGUAGE. The 20 chapters in Writing Korean for Beginners provide a wide range of practical, everyday situations to help readers improve their written Korean, Hangeul.
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/ written by The Association of Korean History Teachers Humanist Seoul, Korea Australian/Harvard Citation. Chŏn'guk Yŏksa Kyosa Moim (Korea). The Encyclopedia of the Korean War A Political, Social, and Military History, 2nd Edition. by Spencer C. Tucker, Editor Paul G. Pierpaoli, Jr., Documents Editor.
When first published inThe Encyclopedia of the Korean War was not only hailed as the most comprehensive work ever published on this pivotal yet often overlooked conflict—it was cited by Library Journal as the best reference. Get this from a library! The Korean War: an international history.
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