Today is Hangeul day, and in celebration, Google has provided a link to an online exhibition titled "Hangeul: Voices of Diversity," credit line given to the Academy of Korean Studies. And in fact, this one of the many projects that I have been deeply involved in as overseeing various works related to the so-called "globalization" … Continue reading Hangeul Day 2019
AAS conference never disappoints me, unless I get rejected.
Being part of the Jangseogak Archives means that I have access to Zhizheng tiaoge, the last officially published code of the Yuan dynasty, reportedly lost until it was found in Korea, 2002. The story of the discovery itself is fascinating. When the descendants of the original owner, the Son family of Gyeongju (慶州 孫氏) planned to … Continue reading A first eyes look at Zhizheng tiaoge (至正條格)