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Hanbando : Kim Chin-myŏng changpʻyŏn sosŏl
한반도 : 김진명장편소설
Bib ID 224763
Format BookBook
Author
Kim, Chin-myŏng, 1957-
김진명, 1957-
 
Edition Chʻopʻan. 
초판. 
Printer (2001 printing)
(2001 printing)
Description Sŏul-si : Haenaem, 1999 
서울시 : 해냄, 1999 
2 volumes ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 8973372173 (set)
8973372181 (paperback) (volume 1)
897337219X (paperback) (volume 1)

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