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Oeguk'in nodongja wa Hanguk sahoe [Foreign workers in Korean society, 1987-1998].
Hanguk Chulpan Yeonguso, Hangugchulpan'eobsiltaejosayeongu (Hanguk Chulpan Yeonguso, 1990), 113.
For more than two decades, Han HanGuk, popularly known as the "world peace artist", has painstakingly drawn world maps of various countries using Korean alphabets, to spread the message of love, peace and harmony.
Gerald Anderson (New York: Macmillan, 1998), 122; James Murdoch and Isoh Yamagata, A History of Japan: During the Century of Early Foreign Intercourse (1542-1651) (Kobe: The Office of the "Chronicle," 1903), 348; Chul Park, Seseuppedeseu: hanguk bangmun choecho seoguin (Seoul: Seoganghaksulchongseo, 1993), 37; Park, "Hangukbangmun choecho seoguin seseuppedeseue daehan saeroun pyeongga," Asian Journal of Latin American Studies (1988): 107-08; Juan Ruiz-de-Medina, S.
8) Mun Okju's testimony is also published in Hanguk Jeongsindae, Gangjero (147-65), and published in English translation in Howard, True Stories, 104-14.
See, Min Kyung-Bae, Hanguk Gidokkyohoesa (A History of Christian Churches in Korea), Yonsei University Press, Seoul, 1996, p.
The radiator grill was produced at Hanguk Mold (Korea) company by the development and cooperation with Hyundai Motor, ECOPLASTIC and University of Ulsan.
34) Yi Mahn-yol, "Tan'gun sinhwa munje e taehan kidokkyohoe ui ipchang" [The Christian (Protestant) Church's Position on the Tan'gun Myth Problem], in Han'guk kidokkyo yongu: Hanguk kidokkyo wa minjok t'ongil undong [Studies in Korean Christianity: Korean Christianity and a Movement for National Unification] (Seoul: Han'guk kidokkyo yoksa yonguso, 2001).
Yu HaeJeong, "Gender Policy under the Japanese Occupation" (Iljae Singminjihaui Yeoseong Jeongchaek) (Seoul: Hanguk Yeoseong Yeonguso, 1999), 298.
See also Yosop Chung, "Kidokkyoga Hanguk Yosongui Kaehwae Michin Yonghyang" (The Influence of Christianity on the Enlightenment of Korean Women), Asea Yosong Yongu 6 (February 1968): 3-21; Yung-Hee Kim, "From Subservience to Autonomy: Kim Wonju's 'Awakening,'" Korean Studies 21 (1997): 14; and Yung-Hee Kim, "Women's Issues in 1920s Korea," Korean Culture Summer 1994: 27-33.
Min, Kyong-bae, Hanguk Kidokkyohoisa (Korean Church History), Seoul, The Institute for Korean Church History, 1992.
These works include the acclaimed two-volume 1996 work by Myung-lim Park, Hanguk j njaeng' I palbalkwa giwon (Origins and Development of the Korean War).
1965 "Kidokkyo wa hanguk yosong 40 yonsa (Christianity and the 40-year history of Korean women).
Hanguk Miruk Shinang ui Yongu (A study of Miruk faith in Korea).