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Korean folktales

Author: Yu, Hye-gy�ong. ; Hŭi-ung Cho; Hye-gyŏng Yu; Carolyn Scheer
Publisher: Edison, NJ : Jimoondang International, ©2001.
Series: Korean studies series (Chimundang (Seoul, Korea)), no. 5.
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Cho, Hŭi-ung.
Korean folktales.
Edison, NJ : Jimoondang International, ©2001
(OCoLC)903478010
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Yu, Hye-gy�ong. ; Hŭi-ung Cho; Hye-gyŏng Yu; Carolyn Scheer
ISBN: 0970548141 9780970548146
OCLC Number: 48492164
Description: xxxi, 260 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: The dream of the catfish --
The earthworm and the crayfish --
The toad's trick --
The toad's tears --
The judgement of the magpie --
The ant, the locust, and the kingfisher --
The quail and the fox --
The dog, the cat, and the jewel --
The cat who wore a mourner's hood --
The rabbit and the tiger --
The tiger and the dried persimmon --
The tiger in a pit --
The brother tiger --
The bedbug's 60th birthday. The mung bean and the red bean --
The forgetful man --
Lazybones --
The old miser --
The stingy neighbors --
The farting daughter-in-law --
The man with a walking stick --
Whose temple is bigger? --
Fire in the distance --
Poisonous dried persimmons --
The three-year hill --
It remains to be seen --
The marvelous fortuneteller --
The gold nugget --
A riddle worth a thousand nyang --
The true boozer --
The cheating son-in-law --
The clever daughter-in-law --
The riddle solved by a child --
The lying son-in-law --
Dukubi and his friend --
The thief driven away by a story --
The make-believe archer --
The story of a fool --
The fool's condolence call --
The stupid son-in-law's visit --
The mirror --
The quarrel over rice cakes --
Who's going to last longer? --
The donkey's egg --
To stop a thief --
The grumbler --
The even trade --
The jar peddler's daydream --
Crow meat --
The price of a smell --
Oh Jinsa and tumbler --
The naive nobleman --
The carpenter and the blacksmith --
The slippery puppy --
The shaman tiger. The shortest story in the world --
The sesame story --
The story that lasted three years and three months --
The boy who had the long name --
How folktales got started --
The barefaced lie --
Everything was a lie --
The grandfather without a nose and the grandmother with a split lip --
The riddles --
With whom must she live? --
Draw the dog and eat it --
Rice cakes again? --
The servant's report --
The lazy son and the three fathoms of straw rope --
The millet seed --
The mean tiger and the old woman --
The foolish mole --
The idiot bridegroom --
The stupid salt peddler --
The mole's marriage. The making of mountains and streams --
Why the sea is salty --
Sister Sun and Brother Moon --
The cinnamon son --
The giant's clothes --
The fairy and the woodcutter --
K'ongjwi and P'atjwi (Korean Cinderella) --
The pond-snail maiden --
The serpent bridegroom --
The toad's kindness --
The thousand year old centipede and the chicken --
The fox bead --
The ogre beneath the Earth --
The old man with a wen --
The fox sister --
The lazy man who became a bull --
The mouse that ate fingernails --
The tiger and the hunter --
The salt peddler and the tiger --
A journey in search of happiness --
The woodcutter in fairy land --
Three friends --
The father's legacy --
Three treasures --
The strange jar --
The half-man --
Four giants --
The feats of the four brothers --
The young man who could understand birds --
People with extraordinary talents --
The bride without hands --
The victims' revenge --
Parents from a previous life --
The blind man and the ghost --
The mouse spirit --
The story bag --
The live coal and the ginseng --
The ginseng son --
How liquor was first made --
Jomagoo --
The red flower --
The grandmother flower. Rolling for a government post --
Koryŏjang Mountain, where old people were abandoned --
The dutiful children --
The daughter who lived well by her good fortune --
The peddler --
The devoted brothers --
A true friend --
The scholar who almost robbed --
Spending money to save a life --
Three bodies on the mountain --
A pound of flesh --
The real mother --
The owner of twenty coins --
Justice for a cyclone --
The calf that was traded for a radish.
Series Title: Korean studies series (Chimundang (Seoul, Korea)), no. 5.
Responsibility: written by Chu Hee-wong ; translated by Yoo Hye-kyung ; edited by Carolyn Scheer.

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