Unformatted text preview: And can you add your own interpretation to Grayson's? If not, why not? Refer to (a) . Q 1-2 : Grayson characterizes the foundation myth of Tan'gun as the expulsion-flight type or exodus-migration type, which strongly implies that the founders of Old Choson might have been migrants rather than natives. Can we find the very similar pattern (type) of foundation myth from other cases such as Koguryo, Paekche, and Silla? In connection with this, what does Grayson imply at the end of his article? Is his implication convincing and interesting to you? If so, why? If not, why not? Refer to the related pages of (a) and (b) .- S. Kye -...
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- Spring '07
- Korean, Goguryeo, History of Korea, foundation myth, James H. Grayson, Korean Foundation Myth