South Korea

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The following discussion on Kim Ungha and the Ch'ungyollok largely relies on Yi Sungsu, "Simha chonyok kwa kim changgun chon" [The Battle at Sarhu and the Story of Kim Ungha], Han'guk munhak yon'gu 26 (2003): 23-53, and Han Myonggi, Imjin waeran kwa hanjung kwangye, 274-75.
Han'guk kojon sosol kwa sosa munhak, sang (Seoul, 1998), 35-68; Sin Sungu, "Kane No chon yon'gu" [A Study of the Story of Caitiff Kang], M.
Han'guk kidokkyo wa sinsa ch'ambae munje [Korean Christianity and the Shinto Worship Problem] (Seoul: Han'guk kidokkyo yrksa yon'guso, 1991); Chang Pyongwuk, 6.
Sung Deuk Oak (Seoul: Han'guk kidokkyo yoksa, 2000), 229.
Pundang, Korea: Han'guk chongsin munhwa yon'guwon, 1996.
1) Kwonsu chonghye kyolsa mun (Encouragement to Practice: The Compact of Samadhi and Prajna Community) in Han'guk pulgyo chonso (Collected Works of Korean Buddhism [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], hereafter HPC): 4.
Han'guk kogohak kaesol (Introduction to Korean archaeology).
Han'guk ui pangmulgwan mit misulgwan (Museums and Art Galleries in the Republic of Korea).
Pulgyo hakhoe (Seoul: Minjoksa, 1986), 273-360, and Yi Chin-wol, "11 segi Han'guk pulgyogye ui Sonjong sanghwang kwa t'ukching," Pulgyo hakpo 56 (2010): 93-95.
114-26, and Chong Su-a, "Hyejo kuksa Tamjin kwa Chonginsu," in Yigibaek sonsaeng kohui kinyom Han'guk sahak nonch'ong sang, ed.
Kundae Han'guk ui chukwon kaenyom" [The concept of sovereignty in modern Korea].
For a more detailed study on the Choson military organization, see Ch'a Munsop, Choson sidae kunje yon'gu [A study on Choson military institutions] (Seoul, 1973); Yukkun Sagwan Hakkyo Han'guk Kunsa Yon'gusil, ed.
Han'guk minjok munhwa taebaekkwa sajon [Encyclopedia of Korean national culture; hereafter HMMTS] (Songnam, 1991), s.
Yi Chae-myong"; and Han Young-je, Han'guk Kidokkyo Inmul 100nyon [Who's Who in One Hundred Years of Korean Christianity] (Seoul: Christian Literature, 1987), 132.
See Han'guk Kidokkyo Yoksa Yoriguhae [Institute for the Study of Korean Church History], Han'guk Kidokkyohoeai Yoksa [A History of the Korean Church] (Seoul: Christian Literature Press, 1990), 2:84.