The Koreans

The Koreans - Alexander Muhr November 15, 2006 EASC-150...

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Alexander Muhr November 15, 2006 EASC-150 Discussion The Koreans In The Koreans , by Michael Breen, we are told about a country that has exploded with growth in the past few decades. What is remarkable is the fact that it has come out of an impoverished nation to evolve into a high tech economy that is still able to grow each year in the double digits. At the same time they are in the middle of two huge economies, China and Japan, and often get overlooked. While the Korean economy is growing at a fast pace and the country is adapting to new technologies very quickly, there is still much to appreciate in its past. The country is very rich with heritage, which goes back all the way to 668 AD, making them one of the world’s mature nations. There are accounts of people and history for two thousand years before that as well. Among the highlights, the Korean people had a huge influence on Japan, not to mention they were the first to use “metal movable type for printing books.” Although there is a lot of history
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