Korean Collections

Haedong Kayo.
Selection of Korean songs of early 19th century. This is one of three extant copies.

Chishik Sanopsa, 1971. Masterpieces of Korean Paintings.
Seoul, Korea. Collected paintings of Yi dynasty, includes almost all of worthy paintings of the period.

Korean Studies Guide.
Compiled by Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley. Berkeley, CA : University of California Press, 1954. An early compilation of study guide to Korea.

Kumo Kyech'op.
A manuscript album as the momento of an initiation ceremony performed by the ten judges of High Court.

Han'guk minjok munhwa taebaekkwa sajon (Encyclopedia of Korean Civilization).
Seoul, Korea. Han'guk Chongsin Munhwa Yon'guwon, 1991.
The most authoritative compilation on Korean culture.

Hong Hyegyonggung (1735-1815). Hanjungnok.
6 volumes. Manuscript.
Personal anecdotes by Hong Ssi about her life in the palace and about tragic happenings to her husband, Prince Changhon (1752-1800).

Yi, Tong-mu (1741-1793). Ch'ongjanggwan chonso.
26 volumes. Manuscript.
The author's collected works. This is the most complete copy of all extant manuscripts.

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