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Soktam kwa Hanʾgugin ŭi pŏp munhwa / Kim Chae-mun pʻyŏnjŏ
속담과한국인의법문화 / 김재문편저
Bib ID 1391872
Format BookBook
Author
Kim, Chae-mun, 1946-
김재문, 1946-
 
Edition Chʻopʻan. 
초판. 
Description Sŏul Tʻŭkpyŏlsi : Kyoyuk Kwahaksa, 1995-<1998 > 
서울특별시 : 교육과학사, 1995-<1998 > 
v. <1-2 > : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 8982872094 (volume 2)
Incomplete contents
  • 1. Kibonpŏp pʻyŏn.
  • 2. Kungnan kŭkpok ŭi chihye : chŏngchʻi, oegyo, kunsa munhwa.
 
Notes

Includes indexes.

Errata slip inserted.

Subjects Legal maxims -- Korea.  |  Law -- Korea.  |  Proverbs, Korean.
Also Titled

Title in English on p. 4 of cover: Proverb and the culture of Korean law.

Vol. 2 has title: Hanʾgugin ŭi soktam kwa pŏp munhwa.

한국인의속담과법문화.

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