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Edited by Keith Howard, SOAS, University of London
Korean popular music has in the last decade become a significant model for youth culture throughout Asia. Yet, although the Korean music industry is both vibrant and massive, this is the first book-length work devoted to the subject to appear in English.
By Frank Mullany
With more than 200 colour plates, this volume explores the vast heritage of Korean ink brush painting, providing a rich panorama that stretches across the entire spectrum of Korean art – including painting, pottery, calligraphy and literature, which will have wide appeal, not least to art lovers ...
Kim Zong-Su, Hanyang University, English translation by Ross King University of British Columbia
First proclaimed in 1446 as the ‘correct sounds for the instruction of the people’, the Korean indigenous script is considered to be one of the most practical and logical languages in the world, yet as a unique minority language it is regarded by many as being under threat from the Roman ...
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