Korea through Western EyesISBN: 978-89-52114-55-6 // ISBN: 9788952114556Publication date: 2013Publisher: Seoul National University PressNumber of Pages: 435Language: English Country of Origin: Korea
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Preface THE COMING OF MODERNIZATION LIFE IN KOREA TALES OF CHEMULPO PERCEPTIONS AND THE PRESS Bibliography Index
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