Title Index

An Index to the Papers Published in the Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch.


ACCENT and Vowel Length in Korean. Gary Rector. 75:43. 2000.

ACCOUNT of the Shipwreck of a Dutch Vessel on the Coast of the Isle of Quelpart, With Description of the Kingdom of Korea. Hendrik Hamel. IX:91-148. 1918.

ADDRESS. W. E. Griffis. XVII:1-14. 1927

AFFORESTATION in Korea. E. W. Koons. VI, part 1:35-42. 1915.

THE AMERICAN Role in the Opening of Korea to the West. Donald S. MacDonald. XXXV:51-66. 1959.

AMULETS. Kim Jong-Dae. 65:35-40. 1990.

THE ANGLICAN Cathedral Seoul 1926-1986. J. E. Hoare. 61:1-14. 1986.

THE APPEAL of Korean Celadon. G. St. G. M. Gompertz. 52:45-54. 1977.

ARBORETUM Coreense, Being a Preliminary Catalogue of the Vernacular Names of Fifty of the Commonest Trees and Shrubs Found in Chosen. Mark Napier Trollope. IX:69-90. 1918.

ARBORETUM Coreense, Part 11, Being a Second List of Fifty of the Best-Known Trees and Shrubs Found in Corea, With Some Prefatory Notes on Those Contained in Part I. Mark Napier Trollope. XI:39-100. 1920.

ARCHBISHOP Mutel, A Biographical Sketch. G. St. G. M. Gompertz. XXVII:57-132. 1937.

ARIMITSU, Kyoichi. An Objective View of Japanese Archaeological Works in Korea. XLII:75-79. 1966.


BEACON Fires of Old Korea. E. Wade Koons. XVI:46-52. 1925.

BENEATH our Feet: Geology and Landscape of Seoul. Rodney Grapes and Gyeong-Nan Jeong. 83:117-132. 2008.

BOOK Production and Printing in Corea. Mark Napier Trollope, XXV:101-107. 1936.

BUDDHIST Ritual Music and Dance. Allen Heyman. 81:23-32. 2006.

THE BUDDHIST Transformation of Silla Kingship: Buddha as a King and King as a Buddha. N. M. Pankaj. 70:15-36. 1995.


CAPTAIN Basil Hall's Account of His Voyage to the West Coast of Corea in 1816. XI:3-37. 1920.

CATALOGUE, A. I. Ludlow Collection. XIV:40-62. 1923.

THE CELESTIAL Planisphere of King Yi Tai-jo [Yi T'ae-jo]. W. Carl Rufus. IV, part III:23-72. 1913.

THE CENTENARY of Korean-British Diplomatic Relations: Aspects of British Interest and Involvement. J. E. Hoare. 58:1-34. 1983.

CERAMIC History of the Yi Period. G. St. G. M. Gompertz. XLII:3-25. 1966.

CHANGING Patterns in American Diplomacy: Implications for Korean-American Relations. Richard L. Walker. 57:1-9. 1982.

CH'AO-HSUN Fu. Tung Yueh. Trans. and annotated by Richard Rutt. XLVIII:29-73. 1973.

THE CHIENTAO Incident (1920) and Britain. Daeyeol Ku. 55:1-33. 1980.

CHOI IN-SUH and the Tae-Ch’wi-t’a. Alan C. Heyman. 84:91-96. 2009.

CH'ONDOGYO Enters Its Second Century. Benjamin Weems. XLIII:92-100. 1967.

CHONG CHI-YOUNG'S Night and Mountain Poems: Eight Poems from the Poet's Mature Years. Daniel A. Kister. 65:15-22. 1990.

CHŎNG TASAN (1762-1836). Moo Sook Hahn. 64:79-88. 1989.

CHOSŎN DYNASTY ROYAL COMPOUNDS—Windows to a Lost Culture. Peter Bartholomew. 68:11-44. 1993.

CHRONOLOGY of Plant Taxonomy in Korea. Lee Tchang-bok. XLIX:48-54. 1974.

CHUNGSAN'GYO: Its History, Doctrines and Ritual Practices. Lee Kang-o. Trans. by Richard Rutt. XLIII:28-66. 1967.

CHURCH Growth in Korea: Perspectives on the Past and Prospects for the Future. Daniel J. Adams. 79:1-32. 2004.

CHUSOK Trip to China 2002. Nancy Peck. 77:105-116. 2002.

THE CINEMA in Korea: A Robust Invalid. James Wade. XLV:109-128. 1969.

CITY PLANNING and Neighborhood Preservation in Seoul. Josh Moreinis. 69:53-70. 1994.

A COMPARATIVE LOOK at the Portrayal of Parenthood in Korean and English Fiction. Ji-moon Suh. 64:65-78. 1989.

CONFUCIANISM: Tradition and Transformations. Chung, Chai-sik. 63:37-66. 1988.

CONTRIBUTIONS by Western Scholars to Modern Historiography in Korea, with Emphasis on the RAS-KB. Young Ick Lew. 80:3-18. 2005.

COREAN Books and Their Authors, Being an Introduction to Corean Literature. Mark Napier Trollope. XXI:1-58. 1932.

COREAN Coin Charms and Amulets, A Supplement. Frederick Starr. VIII:42-79. 1917.

THE CRANE in the Pine Tree: The State of Wetlands in Korea. Nial Moores. 77:59-68. 2002.

THE CREATION of the Korean Navy During the Koryo Period. Benjamin H. Hazard. XLVIII:10-28. 1973.

THE CULTURE and Preparation of Ginseng in Korea. C. T. Collyer. III:18-30. 1903.


DAILY Life. Lee Hyo-jae and others. XLVI:51-61. 1971.

DEATH and Taxes: A Korean Approach to Hell. Laurel Kendall. 60:1-14. 1985.

DEVELOPMENT and Trend of the Automotive Transportation in Chosen. W. W. Taylor. XV:57-82. 1924.

THE DIAMOND Mountains. J. S. Gale. XIII:1-67. 1922.

DIARY of a Trip to Sul-Ak San [Sŏrak-san] (Via the Diamond Mountains) 1923. Charles Hunt. XXIV:1-14. 1935.

DR. FRANK WILLIAM SCHOFIELD and His Place in Korea History. Jin Young Choi. 65:23-34. 1990.


EARLY American Contacts with Korea. Harold F. Cook. 55:85-107. 1980.

EARLY Korean Writing Systems. Adrian Buzo. 55:35-61. 1980.

AN EARLY Koreanologist: Eli Barr Landis, 1865-1898. Richard Rutt. 54:59-100. 1979.

ECOLOGICAL Studies in the Tong-nai River Basin. G. G. Mills. XII:3-78. 1921.

EMILY Brown: The American Empress of Korea. Robert Neff. 78:79-84. 2003

ENTRY Sequence to Buddhist Temples. Kim Kyun. 60:15-30. 1985.

AN EXPEDITION to Korea to Rescue the Crew of The Narwal in April 1851. Robert Neff. 83:27-72. 2008.

THE EXPEDITION to Northern Korea, Autumn 1898. D. A. Samsonov. 79:33-46. 2004.

EXPLORING the Confucian Self: A Critique and Reinterpretation. Philippe Thiébault. 73:11-40. 1998.


THE FIRST Century in the Development of Korean Advertising. In Sup Shin. 57:53-66. 1982.

THE FLOWER Boys of Silla (Hwarang). Richard Rutt. XXXVIII:1-66. Oct., 1961.

FOOTPRINTS OF THE WILDGOOSE: Horak hongjo or Hodong sŏrak ki by Kŭmwŏn. Richard Rutt. 68:57-98. 1993.

FOR Men or Women? The Case of Chinju Kŏmmu, A Sword Dance from South Korea. Judy Van Zile. 75:9. 2000.

FORM and Philosophy in Korean Buddhist Temple, Landscape and Architecture. Valeri Tian. 71: 55-?. 1996.

FORTRESSES of Kyŏnggi-do. Wilbur D. Bacon. XXXVII: 1-63. April, 1961.

THE FOUNDING of the Royal Dragon Monastery. Trans. and annotated by David H. McClung. 53:69-79. 1978.

FROM Koryu To Kyung (Pictures of Koryŏ) by Soh Keung, Imperial Chinese Envoy to Korea, 1124 A.D. Trans. by L. G[eorge] Paik. XXIII: 90-94. 1934.

FURTHER Investigation into the June 8, 1948 Bombing of Dokdo Island. Mark S. Lovmo. 78:21-34. 2003.


GENERATIONAL CHANGE and Confucianism: Organization and Interaction in Korea. Tony Michell. 61:15-34. 1986.

GEOGRAPHICAL Divisions of Korean Plants. Kong, Woo-seok. 69:23-44. 1994.

A GLIMPSE of Life at the Gold Mines. Robert Neff. 81:93-110. 2006.

GOLD Mining in Korea. Edwin W. Mills. VII:5-39. 1916.

THE GREAT Tumulus of Whangnam. Kim, Young-Duk [Kim Yŏng-dŏk]. 72:35-42. 1997.

A GUIDE to Haeinsa. Susan Lauster. XLVII:59-104. 1972.


THE HAN-SAM-WEI-I Principle for Eastern Societies. David Chung. XXXVIII:95-118. Oct., 1961.

HAN-YANG (Seoul). J. S. Gale. II, part II:1-43. 1902.

HERBAE Koreanae, Being a First List of Some of the Commonest Herbaceous Plants Found in Korea. A Sister of the Community of St. Peter. XVIII:43-82. 1929.

THE HISTORIC Town of Yo-Ju [Yŏju], Its Surroundings and Celebrities. Charles Hunt. XXXI:24-34. 1948-49.

HISTORIC Background of Seoul City. Lee Hyo-jae and others. XLVI:15-19. 1971.

HISTORICAL Article: An Early Description of Korea and Asia Chinese and Japanese. Eça de Queiroz. 76:45-62. 2001.

AN HISTORICAL Study of Discriminatory Legislation Against the Descendants of Concubines in Korea, 1415-1894. Hahm Pyong-choon. XLII:27-48. 1966.

THE HISTORY of Korean Medicine. N. H. Bowman. VI, part I:1-34. 1915.

A HISTORY of the Chŏng Dong Area and the American Embassy Residence. Gregory Henderson. XXXV:1-32. 1959.

A HISTORY of the Library of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1900-1950. Harold M. Otness. 63:1-12. 1988.

HISTORY and Justice: Approaches to the Dokdo Issues. Kim Yongdeok. 83:97-106. 2008.

HORACE Grant Underwood (1917-2004). Daniel J. Adams. 78:1-2. 2003.

HUI NENG in Korea: A Chapter in the Story of Korean Religion. Daniel J. Adams. 81:1-22. 2006.


THE IMJIN War. Samuel J. Hawley. 78:35-56. 2003.

IMPERMANENT RESIDENTS: The Seoul Foreign Community in 1937. Donald N. Clark. 64:19-38. 1989.

THE INDEPENDENCE Movement and the Missionaries. Samuel H. Moffett. 54:13-32. 1979.

INDEX for "Notes on Korean Birds" and "Birds Found in Korea From a List of Japanese Birds." XXII:89-94. 1933.

INDEX to Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch 1900-1983, Volumes 1-58. 59:1-?. 1984.

INDEX to Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society-Korea Branch Volumes I Through 74 (1900-1999) 75:49. 2000.

INDEX to Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society-Korea Branch Volumes I through 75 (1900-2000). 76:63-?. 2001.

THE INFLUENCE of China upon Korea. James S. Gale. I:1-24. 1900.

THE INQUIRING Literatus: Yi Sugwang’s “Brush-Talks” with Phùng Khac Khoan in Beijing in 1598. William F. Pore. 83:1-26. 2008.

INSCRIPTION on Buddha at Eun-jin [Ŭnjin]. I:51-56. 1900.

IN Search of Japan's Origin. Kim Yong-duk [Kim Yŏng-dŏk]. 73:89-? 1998.

INTRODUCTION to Ancient Egyptian Temples and Tombs. Maissa Cholkamy. 69:45-52. 1994.

INTRODUCTION to Courante's Bibliographie Coreene. Trans. by W. Massy Royds. XXV:1-99. 1936.

AN INTRODUCTION to the Sijo—A Form of Short Korean Poem. Richard Rutt. XXXIV:1-88. 1958.

INTRODUCTION to the Study of Buddhism in Korea. M. N. Trollope. VIII:1-41. 1917.


JAMES Gale's Translation of the Yŏnhaengnok, An Account of the Korean Embassy to Peking, 1712-1713. Reworked and Introductory notes by Richard Rutt. XLIX:55-144. 1974.

JAPANESE-KOREAN Relations after the Japanese Invasion of Korea in the 16th Century. I. Yamagata. IV, part II:1-11. 1913.

JAPAN'S Korean Roots: In Search of Paekche's Tamnos. On Bronze Mirrors: Relating Paekche and Wae Japan. Kim Yong-duk [Kim Yŏng-dŏk]. 76:13-30. 2001.

JAPAN'S Connection to Korea: A Series of Three Essays. Kim Yong-duk[Kim Yŏng-dŏk] . 77:117-142. 2002.

JAPAN'S Connection to Korea (Part II): A Series of Three Essays. Kim Yong-duk [Kim Yŏng-dŏk]. 78:57-78. 2003.

JAPAN'S Connection to Korea (Part III): A Series of Three Essays. Kim Yong-duk [Kim Yŏng-dŏk]. 79:47-64. 2004.

THE JENNIE Lovatt Letter: An Early View of Pusan in 1885. Robert Neff. 78:85-?. 2003.

JIRISAN : Sacred Aspects and Assets. David A. Mason. 82:89-106. 2007.

JOURNEY in Korea: The 1884 Travel Diary of George C. Foulk. Samuel Hawley. 80:59-86. 2005.

JOURNEY to Old Korea: The 1886 Diary of Gertrude Hall Denny. Robert R. Swartout, Jr. 61:35-68. 1986.


KARL Friedrich August Guetzlaff: The First German in Korea. Sylvia Braesel. 77:69-90. 2002.

KAYAGO: The Origin and Evolution of the Korean Twelve-string Zither. Coralie J. Rockwell. XLIX:26-47. 1974,

KIM CH'ON-HUNG: Portrait of a Performing Artist. Judy Van Zile. 66:45-60. 1991.

KIM Iryŏp: Pioneer Writer/Refomer in Colonial Korea. Bonnie B. C. Oh. 71:9-30. 1996.

KO Un's Hwaom-kyong: A Modem Korean Pilgrim's Progress. Brother Anthony [An Sonjae] 70:1-14. 1995.

KOREA and Manchuria: The Historical Links Between Korea and the Ancestors of the Modem Manchus. Johannes Reckel. 76:1-12. 2001.

KOREA Chronology 1901-1960. Yi Kyŏngsik. XLVIII:104-193. 1973.

THE KOREA Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society: The First One Hundred Years. Horace G. Underwood. 75:1. 2000.

KOREA in the White City: Korean Participation in the World's Columbian Exhibition of 1893. Daniel Kane. 77:1-58. 2002.

THE KOREAN Alphabet. J. S. Gale. IV, part I:12-61. 1912-13.

KOREAN Boats and Ships. Horace H. Underwood. XXIII, part I:1-99. 1934.

KOREAN Folk-tales. H. B. Hulbert. II, part II:45-79. 1902.

KOREAN Identities: What Does It Mean to be Korean American in Korea? Mary Yu Danico. 80:115-136. 2005.

KOREAN Literature in English: A Critical Bibliography. Horace H. Underwood. LI:65-115. 1976.

KOREAN Mask and Mask-dance Plays. Yi Tu-hyon. XLII:49-67. 1966.

THE KOREAN Mission to the United States in 1883. Harold J. Noble. XVIII:1-21. 1929.

KOREAN Musical Instruments and air Introduction to Korean Music. J. L. Boots. XXX:1-32. 1940,

KOREAN Names for Birds Listed in Paper. XXII:68-69. 1933.

KOREAN PATRIOT and Tea Master: Hyodang Choi Beom-Sul. Brother Anthony of Taizé. 82:107-128. 2007.

THE KOREAN Record on Captain Basil Hall's Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of Korea. George Paik. XXIV:15-19. 1935.

KOREAN Roads Past and Present. W. W. Taylor. XV:33-56. 1924.

KOREAN Shamanism and Cultural Nationalism. Hyun-kye Kim Hogarth. 69:1-22. 1994.

KOREAN Survivals and Discussion. H. B. Hulbert. I:25-50. 1900.

KOREAN Weapons and Armor. John L. Boots. XXIII, part II:1-37. 1934.

KOREANS in Transition: Americanization at the University of Dubuque, 1911-1935. Daniel J Adams. 80:87-114. 2005.

KOREA'S Colossal Image of Buddha. G. H. Jones. I:57-70. 1900.

KOREA'S Inhospitable Shores : Cheju Island Shipwrecks. Robert Neff. 82:53-88. 2007.

KOREA'S Tong-il Movement. Choi Syn-duk. XLIII:101-113. 1967.

KOSAN, YUN SON-DO (I587-1671): The Man and His Island. Kim Yong-dok. 67:61-70. 1992.

KYŎNGNO-DANG of Korea. Peter H. Kunkel, Shin, Jae-shin, Yi, Kang-suk. 63:69-80. 1988.


LAO Tzu and Nietzsche: Wanderer and Superman. Park Yn-hui. 56:47-58. 1981.

LEADERSHIP and Organization in the Olive Tree Movement. Felix Moos. XLIII:11-27. 1967.

LEVEL of Living. Lee Hyo-jae and others. XLVI:43-49. 1971.

LIFE at Port Hamilton during the "Preventive Occupation," 1885-87. Robert Neff. 79:65-78. 2004.

LIFE in Urban Korea. Lee Hyo-jae and others. XLVI:1-89. 1971.


THE MARTYRDOM of Paul Yun: Western Religion and Eastern Ritual in 18th Century Korea. Donald L. Baker. 54:33-58. 1979.

MASTER Eibokken on Korea and the Korean Language: Supplementary Remarks to Hamel's Narrative. Frits Vos. L:7-42. 1975.

THE MATURE POETRY of Chong Chi-Young. Daniel A. Kister. 65:1-14. 1990.

THE MCCUNE-REISCHAUER Romanization System for Korean. John Holstein. 74:1-22. 1999

THE MING Connection: Notes on Korea's Experience in the Chinese Tributary System. Donald M. Clark. 58:77-89.

MINJUNG Art Reconsidered: Art as a Means of Resistance. Tobias Lehmann. 84:73-90. 2009.

MURDER in the Land of the Morning Calm. Robert D. Neff. 77:91-104. 2002.


NATIONAL Examinations in Korea. H. B. Hulbert. XIV:9-32. 1923.

THE NATIONAL Museum of the Republic of Korea. David L Steinberg. XLIV:1-69. 1968.

THE NEW Religions of Korea: A Preliminary Interpretation. H. Byron Earhart. XLIX:7-25. 1974.

THE NEW Religions of Korea: Introduction. Spencer J. Palmer. XLIII:1-10. 1967.

NEW YEAR'S by the Sea. Timothy R. Tangherlini. 63:29-36. 1988.

A NOTE on Yi Dynasty Furniture Making. Edward Reynolds Wright. 52:39-44.

THE NORTH Korean Struggle for Survival: 1980-1990. Sofie Bosma. 72:43-?. 1997.

NOTES on Korean Birds. Daniel James Cumming. XXII:1-67. 1933.

NOTES on Modern Korean Fiction. Peter Hyun. XLII:69-74. 1966.


O. N. DENNY, EKI HIOKI, AND SYNGMAN RHEE: Documents from the Papers of Henry Gehard Appenzeller. Daniel Davies. 67:21-38. 1992.

AN OBJECTIVE View of Japanese Archaeological Works in Korea. Kyoichi Arimitsu. XLII:75-79. 1966.

OCCIDENTAL Literature on Korea. Horace H. Underwood. XX:1-15. 1931.

OLD Guy Winter. Fred Jeremy Seligson. 84:97-110. 2009.

OLD Korean Bells. E. M. Cable. XVI:1-45. 1925.

THE OLD People and the New Government. Midori Komatsu. IV part I:1-12. 1912-13.

ON I-DU: Writing the Korean Language with Chinese Characters. Kim Yongduk. 74:49-58. 1999

ON the Centenary of America's First Treaty with Korea. Harold F. Cook. 57:11-28. 1982.

ON The Problem of International Status and Stages of the Socio-Political Development of Tae-gaya in the Late 5th and Early 6th Centuries. Vladimir Tikhonov. 73:55-88. 1998.

ON the Stone Triad from Namsan, Kyŏngju. Hwang Su-young. XLIV:139-150. 1968.

ONDOL Radiant Heat in Korea. Warren Viessman. XXXI:9-22. 1948-49.

THE OPENING of Korea: A Conflict of Traditions. Pow-key Sohn. XXXVI:101-131. 1960.

THE ORIGIN and Development of Sericulture in Korea. Sim Yeon-ok. 79:79-?. 2004.

THE ORIGINS of the British Museum's Korean Collection. Jane Portal. 70:37-52. 1995.


PAEGUN Sosŏl, The White Cloud Essays of Yi Kyubo. Trans. and annotated by Richard Rutt. 52:1-37. 1977.

THE PAGODA of Seoul. J. S. Gale. VI, part II:1-22. 1915.

A PARTIAL Bibliography of Occidental Literature on Korea, From Early Times to 1930. Horace H. Underwood. XX:17-185. 1931.

PATTERNS of Furniture Design During the Yi Dynasty. Pai Man-sill. XLIV:129-138. 1968.

PAUL-GEORG von Mollendorff-Scholar and Statesman. Walter Leifer. 57:41-52. 1982.

PERILOUS Journeys: The Plight of North Koreans in China and Beyond. Peter Beck, Gail Kim, and Donald MacIntyre. 81:33-92. 2006.

A PERSPECTIVE of Three Neighborhoods. Lee Hyo-.jae and others. XLVI:25-42. 1971.

P G. VON MOELLENDORFF’S Pro-Russian Activities in Korea (1882-1885): Opinions of Russian Historiographers. T. M. Simbirtseva. 76:31-44. 2001.

PIONEERS of German-Korean Partnership. Karl Leuteritz. 54:1-11. 1979.

A PLEA for the Investigation of Korean Myths and Folklore. Cecil H. N. Hodges. V:41-53. 1914.

POEMS by Korean Children. Trans, by HeIen Rose Tieszen. 53:1-26. 1978.

THE POETIC VISION of Kim Kwang-kyu. Brother Anthony [Teague]. 66:23-44. 1991.

THE POETRY of Shin Kyong-nim. Brother Anthony (An Sonjae). 74:27-48. 1999

POSTWAR Development of the Korean Press. Koh Myung-shik. XLV:37-49. 1969.

PRESIDENTS of the Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch. Jang, Song-Hyon. 84:111-113. 2009.


QUEEN Min of Korea: Coming to Power. Tatiana M. Simbirtseva. 71:41-54. 1996.


RATIONALITY, Practicality and Modernity: Buddhism, Shamanism and Christianity in Contemporary Korean Society. Hyun-key Kim Hogarth. 73:41-54. 1998.

RECEIVING the Samsin Grandmother: Conception Rituals in Korea. Laurel Kendall. 52:55-70. 1977.

RECEPTION of Modern Korean Art in Germany. Hans-George Knopp. 74:23-26. 1999

RECOLLECTIONS of a Missionary Kid Returning to Korea, August 28, 1945. Park L. Gerdine. 80:19-34. 2005.

RECORD of Reprimands and Admonitions (Chingbirok). Yu Sŏngnyong. Trans. by Wilbur D. Bacon. XLVII:7-24. 1972.

REFORM Movements in Korean Journalism. James Wade. XLV:13-36. 1969.

REMEMBERING the Forgotten War: Anglo-American Scholarship on the Korean Conflict. Allan R. Millett. 70:53-70. 1995.

A ROYAL Funeral in Korea. Hugh Miller. XVII:15-29. 1927.


SACRED Aspects and Assets of Taebaek-san. David A. Mason. 81:111-132. 2006.

THE SACRIFICE to Confucius in Korea and Its Music. Robert C. Provine. L:43-69. 1975.

SAMGUK SAGI Volume 48: Biographies Book 8. Mark E. Byington. 67:71-82. 1992.

SATANIC Devils in the Hermit Kingdom. Wilson Strand. 77:143-?. 2002.

SEA POWER and Diplomacy in the Far East. David (John) Wright. 67:1-20. 1992.

SELECTED Translations from the Poetry of Kim Iryŏp. Translated by Sang Ran Lee, S. E. Solberg. 71:31-40. 1996.

SELECTION and Divorce. J. S. Gale. IV, part III:17-22. 1913,

SEOUL. Sam Kidder. 68:45-56. 1993.

SEOUL City Administration. Lee Hyo-jae and others. XLVI:21-23. 1971.

SEOUL: Founding the New Capital. Yon-ung Kwon. 68:1-10. 1993.

SEVENTY Years of the RAS in Korea. Lak-Geoon George Paik. XLVII:25-39. 1972.

SHARED Failure: American Military Advisors in Korea, 1888-1896. Donald M. Bishop. 58:53-76. 1983.

A SHORT History of Tea. Brother Anthony, of Taizé. 72:1-12. 1997.

A SHORT List of Korean Books (From the Chosen Christian College Library). XXI:59-104. 1932.

SINO-KOREAN Relations at the End of the 14th Century. L. Carrington Goodrich. XXX:33-46. 1940.

SLAVES and Owners; or Servants and Masters? A Preliminary Examination of Slavery in Traditional Korea. Mark Peterson. 60:31-?. 1985.

SOCIAL ORGANIZATION of Upper Han Hamlet in Korea. Chungnim C. Han 62:1-?. 1987.

A SOCIO-RELIGIOUS Study of Sindonae. Choi Jai-sok. XLIII:67-91. 1967.

SOME BACKGROUND NOTES on the Dutch in Korea in the 17th Century. Johannes Huber. 66:I-8. 1991.

SOME Common Korean Foods. J. D. Van Buskirk. XIV:1-8. 1923.

SOME Korean Maps. Shannon McCune. L:70-102. 1975.

SOME Lesser-known Facts about Taewŏn'gun and His Foreign Policy. Lee Sun-keun. XXXIX:23-46. Dec., 1962.

SOME Notes of the Earliest Western Contacts with Korea. G. St. G. M. Gompertz. XXXIII:41-54. 1957.

SOME Notes on Gregorio de Cespedeo, Korea's First European Visitor. Ralph M. Cory. XXVII:1-55. 1937.

SOME Notes on Koryŏ Military Units. William E. Henthorn. XXXV:67-75. 1959.

SOME Notes on Parhae (P'ohai). William E. Henthorn. XXXVII:65-81. April, 1961.

SOME Notes on the Sŏnggyun'gwan. Kim Chongguk and Kim Chinman. XXXVIII:69-91. Oct., 1961.

SOME Pictures and Painters of Corea. Charles Hunt. XIX:1-34. 1930.

SOME Recent Discoveries in Korean Temples and Their Relationship to Early Eastern Christianity. E. A. Gordon. V:1-39. 1914.

SOME Reflections on Korean Patterns. Paul S. Crane. XLVII:41-57. 1972.

SOME Wayside Flowers of Central Korea. A Sister of the Community of St. Peter. XVIII:22-40. 1929.

SOUTH KOREAN-JAPANESE RELATIONS 1969-1979: Is There More Beyond Emotionalism? Victor D. Cha. 67:39-60.1992.

SQUIRRELS of Lone Tree Mountain. Fred Jeremy Seligson. 83:107-116. 2008.

STRONG Men and Virtuous Women: Changing Male and Female Roles in Korea. Jack O. Balswick. 56:27-35. 1981.

STUDY of the Archaeological and Historic Sites of Kaesŏng. Elisabeth Chabonol. 80:35-58. 2005.

A STUDY of the Childbearing Behavior of Rural Korean Women and Their Families, Dorthea Sich and Kim Young-key. 53:27-57. 1978.

A STUDY of the Punwŏn. Kang Man-kil. XLIV:71-127. 1968.

THE STUDY OF KOREA in the United States. Donald S. Macdonald. 65:41-48. 1990.

SUPPLEMENT to "A Partial Bibliography of Occidental Literature on Korea," H. H. Underwood. E. & G. Gompertz. XXIV:23-48. 1935.

SUPPLEMENT to Article on Yo-ju [Y6jul in Vol. XXXI. Charles Hunt. XXXII:79-82. 1951.


A TALE of the Korean War and the United States. Ha Jong Yoon. 73:1-10. 1998.

THE TEMPLE on a Hill in Seoul [poems]. F. J. Seligson. 82:29-52. 2007.

THREE Families in Dilkusha. Brother Anthony of Taizé. 84:51-72. 2009.

THREE KOREAS I Have Known. Henry Dodge Appenzeller. 66:61-76. 1991.

TIGERS IN THE TREE: Korean Family Lineage Records. Hildi Kang. 66:9-22. 1991.

TRADITIONAL BELIEFS and Prenatal Care in Urban Korea. Emily E. Kim. 63:67-68. 1988.

TRADITIONAL KOREAN LAW and Its Modernization. Choi Chongko. 64:1-18. 1989.

TRADITIONAL Korean Poetry Criticism. Richard Rutt. XLVII:105-143. 1972.

TRADITIONAL Korean Susŏk. Min, Kyung-hyun. 63:13-28. 1988.

TRANSLATIONS of Hong Kildong: From Story to Classic to Mascot and Beyond. Robert J. Fouser. 75:25. 2000.

THE TRANSMISSION of Neo-Confucianism to Japan by Kang Nang, a Prisoner of War. Kim Ha-tai. XXXVII:83-103. April, 1961.

TRAVEL in Korea: Missionary Encounters at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. Elizabeth Underwood. 78:3-20. 2003.

TRAVELLING for Her Health: The Extraordinary Life of lsabell Bishop. James Huntley Grayson. 58:35-51. 1983.

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