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Yuktang Choe Nam Son and Korean Modernity
Price per Unit (piece): KRW 25,000
USD 18.29
Author: Hak Joo Choi
Publisher: YBM
Pub. Date: Jul. 2012
Pages: 364
Cover: Softcover
Dimensions (in inches): 5.90 x 8.66 x 0.62
ISBN: 9788917214338
Language: English
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A Record of the Vast and Passionate Body of Work Yuktang Dedicated to the Modernization of Korea

As timely material for the study of the development of modern Korea, as well as all of Northeast Asia, the importance of Yuktang Choe Nam-sǒn and Korean Modernity cannot be overstated. As the very first memoir/biography to be written by a member of  Ch’oe Nam-sǒn’s immediate family, this book contains detailed information that provides fresh insight into the life and work of Yuktang. The author offers new interpretations of Yuktang’s work, which diverge significantly from existing evaluations, pointing the way for new areas of scholarly inquiry.

The goal of this record is that future generations of Koreans, through an accurate understanding of Yuktang and his historical milieu, might better understand themselves and, equipped with this understanding, draw the best possible roadmap for their country’s future.


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