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Fri Mar 21 17:13:37 2014 UTClccn-n850122200.00Sō kōsō shinsō senjimon . sō han seidai no shihi0.931.00Ŏje yu taeso sillyo kŭp chungoe minin tŭng ch'ŏksa yunŭm /53107391n 850122201325098Kojon.Kojon, 1852-1919Kojong Kwangmuje, 1852-1919Kojong Wang, King of Korea, 1852-1919KosoKwangmuje, 1852-1919Yi Kojong, King of Korea, 1852-1919Yi, Myŏng-bok, 1852-1919고종, 1852-1919고종, King of Korea, 1852-1919고종, Roi de Corée, 1852-1919고종 광무제, 1852-1919광무제, 1852-1919이명복, 1852-1919コウソウコジョン, 1852-1919光武帝, 1852-1919李命福, 1852-1919高宗高宗, King of Korea, 1852-1919高宗光武帝, 1852-1919lccn-n86133499순종King of Korea1874-1926lccn-n83026918奎章閣 (Korea)lccn-nr99014803國學 振興 硏究 事業 推進 委員會 (Korea)lccn-n84148738이태진lccn-no00031849교수신문사lccn-n84009541閔妃1851-1895lccn-n2006039762김재호1964-lccn-n81018011민족 문화 추진회lccn-n83026948承政院 (Korea)lccn-n2010051565장 영숙1961-고종King of Korea1852-1919HistoryHandbooks, manuals, etcSourcesInscriptionsKoreaKojong,--King of Korea,Political scienceInternational relationsSunjong,--King of Korea,JapanJapanese Occupation of Korea (1910-1945)Min Pi,Calligraphy, ChineseSŭngjŏngwŏn (Korea)Changsŏgak (Korea)Wang, Xizhi,ŬibyŏngKorean resistance movements (1905-1945)RelationsEmperorsKings and rulersCourts and courtiersCoronationsYi, Ŭn,Stone carvingKings and rulers--TombsTombsSepulchral monumentsKorea (South)Funeral rites and ceremoniesCalligraphy--AttributionChinese language--Cursive writingEmployeesChurch and stateChristianityRubbing--Private collectionsMitsui familyCalligraphy--Private collectionsKojong,--King of Korea,Chinese literatureSong Gaozong,--Emperor of China,Civil service--ExaminationsManners and customsSocial policyFan, Chengda,Community organization1852191918641866186818701872187418811892189919001901190219061910191919201932193519421959196119641969197019711972197319741975197719801982198319841985198619871988198919911994199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013913145191DS913.35ocn691879852ocn691879878ocn691879865ocn691879862ocn691879860ocn691879848ocn691879858ocn867571714ocn691879868ocn691879896ocn676511779ocn835077726ocn835467762ocn834618621ocn836322179ocn693155514ocn693155543ocn693155506222ocn045228872book19990.98KojongKojong munjip : Chuyŏn chipHistory153ocn698049092book19190.97KojongChuyŏn sŏnjip72ocn015393175book19830.98KojongChuyŏn chip42ocn031529574book18811.00KojongŎje yu taeso sillyo kŭp chungoe minin tŭng ch'ŏksa yunŭm31ocn035726215book18701.00Yangjŏn p'yŏn'go : Kwŏn 1-231ocn035725927book18701.00Ŭndae choryeHandbooks, manuals, etc21ocn046765469book1.00Tongmun hwigo [ch'op'yŏn : 129-kwŏn.Sources22ocn040092379com19001.00KojongYŏlsim chip22ocn835053733book19690.47(tang) gao zhong li ji bei11ocn693155514visu1969KojongEpanonie a. [estampe]11ocn691879902visu1983KojongTriptyque de Pavots noirs (3 pl.) [estampe]11ocn036550764book18921.00KojongŬikwa pangmok : 2-kwŏn11ocn039961247book19021.00KojongHyanghŏn : 3-kwŏn11ocn691879848visu1972KojongTrèfles ciel [estampe]11ocn844862601book1974Sō kōsō shinsō senjimon . sō han seidai no shihi11ocn691879860visu1973KojongLa prune verte [estampe]11ocn691879865visu1980KojongHaricot noir [estampe]11ocn835054420book19740.92Song GaozongSung Kao-tsung chen ts'ao Ch'ien tzu wen ; Fan Ch'eng-ta shih peiHistory11ocn691879862visu1980KojongHaricot tâché [estampe]11ocn835023927book19910.50Wang, XizhiShūji shōgyō no joHistoryInscriptions383ocn062627899book20050.95Kojong Hwangje yŏksa ch'ŏngmunhoeHistory283ocn035104502book19870.96Sŭngjŏngwŏn (Korea)Sŭngjŏngwŏn ilgiHistoryArchivesSources253ocn046442538book20000.96Yi, T'ae-jinKojong sidae ŭi chaejomyŏngHistoryOver Korea aan het eind van de 19e eeuw251ocn182834965book0.97Changsŏgak (Korea)Changsŏgak sojang wangsil tosŏ haejeHistoryBibliography CatalogsCatalogs222ocn247219554book20080.95Yi, Sang-gakYi Kyŏng Kojong Hwangje : Chosŏn ŭi majimak sŭngbusaHistory221ocn727637174book20110.97Taehan Cheguk : ich'yŏjin 100-yŏn chŏn ŭi hwangjegukHistory202ocn047245313book20010.93Yi, Min-wŏnHan'guk ŭi hwangjeHistoryBiography202ocn289960942book20080.86Pak, Sŏng-suNamgamong, Chŏsŏn ch'oehu ŭi 48-yŏnHistoryAnecdotes191ocn180690333book20070.98O, Yŏng-sŏpKojong Hwangje wa Hanmal ŭibyŏngHistory191ocn641894232book20100.98Chang, Yŏng-sukKojong ŭi chŏngch'i sasang kwa chŏngch'i kaehyŏngnon192ocn187709097book20070.96Kimura, KanKōsō, Binhi : shikaraba itashikatanashiBiography182ocn052327850book20010.96Kojong taerye ŭigweHistorySources171ocn729640643book20100.98Song, U-hyeMot saenggin Ŏm Sanggung ŭi ch'ŏnhaHistoryBiography172ocn575572333book20100.96Ham, Kyu-jinKojong, chukki ro kyŏlsim hada172ocn055078596book20020.98Pyŏn, Wŏl-limKojong kwa MyŏngsŏngHistory161ocn664095925book20100.96Kim, I-sunTaehan Cheguk hwangjerŭngHistory161ocn771984583book20110.97Hyŏn, Kwang-hoKojong ŭn oese e ŏttŏk'e taeŭng haennŭn'ga161ocn809933178visu20120.59Kabi arumdaun tok (tok) = GabiDrama"Korean outlaws Illichi and Danya make their fortunes stealing gold and coffee, but their game is up when they get caught by Russian soldiers. Japanese officer Sadoko saves the couple on the condition that they join the Japanese cause. And so Illichi and Danya become key players in Operation Gabi, Japan's secret mission to assassinate Emperor Gojong. While Illichi rises the ranks of the Japanese military, Danya infiltrates Gojong's inner circle as his personal barista. To survive, they must complete the mission, even if it means betraying their country"...YesAsia.com152ocn316067744book20080.96Kojong kwa Sunjong ŭi kukchang sajinch'ŏpPictorial worksSources152ocn052879226book20020.97Hanmal kisaHistoryFri Mar 21 16:09:29 EDT 2014batch18658