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Koreas.Dynamic.Role.In.East.Asia.Interaction.Innovation.And.Diffusion_Paoloni_Sholler_Velez

Exploring the environment korean enigma the unified

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Exploring the Environment: Korean Enigma. The Unified Silla. Retrieved on August 15, 2010 from http://www.cotf.edu/ete/modules/korea/kshilparh.html KBS World website sponsored by the Korean Communications Commission- for Korean Artwork: retrieved on July 28, 2010 from: http://world.kbs.co.kr/english/korea/korea_history_con53.htm “Korea Summer Fellowship 2010.” Face book. Created by Jamie Paoloni, 2010. Retrieved on August 16, 2010 from http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=128345837203618&v=photos&ref=ts Lee Ji-seon, et al., ed. King Sejong the Great. Seoul, Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project, 2006. Lee Ji-seon, et al., ed. Fifty Wonders of Korea. Seoul, Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project, 2007. Lew, Young Ick. Brief History of Korea: A Birdseye View. The Korea Society, 2000. Lonely Planet. South Korea: Shilla Ascendancy. 2010. Retrieved on July 25, 2010 from http://www.lonelyplanet.com/south-korea/history#773286 Nahm, Andrew C. A Panorama of 5,000 Years: Korean History. Seoul, Hollym Corporation, 1989. New World Encyclopedia. Goryeo Dynasty (Korea) . 2008. Retrieved on August 10, 2010 from http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Goryeo Savada, Andrea Matles and Shaw, William ed. South Korea: A Country Study . Washington, Library of Congress, 1990. Retrieved on August 12, 2010 from http://countrystudies.us/south-korea/4.htm and http://countrystudies.us/south-korea/6.htm The Academy of Korean Studies. Exploring Korean History Through World Heritage. The Academy of Korean Studies, 2006. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Golden Treasures: The Royal Tombs of Silla. 2010. Retrieved on July 25, 2010 from http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/sila/hd_sila.htm Nahm, Andrew C. A Panorama of 5,000 Years: Korean History. Seoul, Hollym Corporation, 1989.
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HANDOUT 1: EAST ASIA MAP ACTIVITY Directions: On the maps below, clearly identify the items listed for each. Use color, shading, and a key where appropriate to make your maps easily readable. Use your textbook, as well as the following websites to complete this task. http://www.silkroadproject.org/tabid/177/defaul.aspx http://www.cotf.edu/ete/modules/korea/kdivided.html As you complete ‘map 1,’ consider t he following questions: 1. How did the Silk Road impact China? 2. How could the Silk Road have impacted Korea? 3. What role could Korea have played in Silk Road trade? Map 1 items: China Pacific Ocean East Sea (Sea of Japan) Silk Road Tributary Korean Peninsula Indian Ocean Gobi Desert route Japan East China Sea Himalayas Mongolia Yellow Sea Main Silk Road Map 1: East Asia/Silk Rod
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HANDOUT 2: THE THREE KINGDOMS: KOGURYO, PAEKCHE, AND SILLA (57 BCE to 668 CE) Historical Background Around 100 BCE, the Han Dynasty destroyed the ancient Ko chosŏn kingdom of Korea. The Kochosŏn was a Bronze Age civilization that descended from Altaic speaking nomads that settled in Manchuria and Korea. Legend has it that Kochosŏn ’s first king, Tang’u n is the founder of the Korean people.
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