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Samguk sagi / Kim, Pu-sik ; yŏk, Kim Chong-gwŏn
三國史記 / 金富軾 ; 譯金鐘權
Bib ID 310675
Format BookBook
Author
Kim, Pu-sik, 1075-1151
金富軾, 1075-1151
 
Edition Chʻopʻan. 
初版. 
Description Sŏul Tʻŭkpyŏlsi : Taeyang Sŏjŏk 1973 
서울特別市 : 大洋書籍, 1993 
2 v. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
Series

Hanʾguk myŏngjŏ taejŏnjip (Taeyang Sŏjŏk).

韓國名著大全集 (Taeyang Sŏjŏk).

Notes

Colophons inserted.

Includes original text.

Subjects Korea -- History -- To 935.
Other authors/contributors Kim, Chong-gwŏn, 1917-
金鐘權, 1917-

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