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    'The Tale of Cho Ung' introduces Korean classic tale to English speakers

    Sookja Cho offers the first-ever English translation of the pre-modern classic. Despite being “the best-selling fictional narrative during the late Chosŏn period” (1392-1910) of pre-modern Korea, little is known about the provenance of The Tale of Cho Ung . The author remains unknown and its...
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    The Tale of Cho UngAnonymous

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    2018
    The Tale of Cho Ung is one of the most widely read and beloved stories of Chosŏn Korea. The anonymously written tale recounts the adventures of protagonist Cho Ung as he fearlessly confronts and overcomes obstacles and grows into a heroic young man. As a child, Ung flees a wicked tyrant who...
  • El Diario del Ano del Buey Negro(1613) GUECHUK ILGUI

    Spain
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    2017
    / Literature - Korean literature - Classics
    Novedosa publicación en español de un clásico de la literatura coreana. La prestigiosa y muy selecta editorial española, Hiperión, acaba de publicar la primera versión española de El Diario del Año...
  • Korea: märchen und legenden, nebst einer einleitung über land und leute, sitten und gebräuche Koreas

    Germany
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    2012
    / Literature - Korean literature - Classics
    This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the...
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    MIROIR, CAUSE DE MALHEUR ET AUTRES CONTES

    France
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    1934
    / Literature - Korean literature - Classics
    Translated and published in France.