KOREAN LITERATURE


KOREAN LITERATURE

Historical dictionary of modern Japanese literature and theater. . 2009.

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  • Korean mythology — Infobox Korean name caption=Moon goddess of Goguryeo hangul=한국의 신화 hanja=韓國의 神話 rr=Hangukui sinhwa mr=Hankukŭi sinhwa|Korean mythology consists of national legends and folk tales which come from all over the Korean Peninsula.The original religion …   Wikipedia

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