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North Korean culture and society papers from the British Museum/BAKS study day 2001 and study day 2002

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Published by The British Museum in association with the British Association for Korean Studies in London .
Written in English


  • Korea (North) -- Civilization.

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Statementedited by Jane Portal and Beth McKillop.
SeriesResearch publication (British Museum) -- 151
ContributionsMcKillop, Beth., Portal, Jane., British Association for Korean Studies.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages62
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22116095M
ISBN 100861591518

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