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#[[The Nobi of Joseon: Slaves or Serfs?]]
 
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#[[Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese Wars: Foreign Powers Making the Korean Peninsula their Battleground]]
 
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[[분류:Debates on Korea]]

Revision as of 13:07, 29 November 2017

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The section covers 13 controversial topics relating to Korean history, providing context, facts, and sources on each subject.

  1. Gija: The Legend behind the Origin of Korea's Confucian Culture
  2. Historical Character of the Lelang Commandery
  3. Relations between Korea and Japan in Ancient Times
  4. Tang and Silla: Originality of Silla Culture and the Influence of Tang China
  5. Balhae: Shared History of Korea and China
  6. Goryeo’s Struggle for Autonomy against the Mongol Empire
  7. The Tribute System: Understanding East Asian Diplomacy
  8. The Nobi of Joseon: Slaves or Serfs?
  9. Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese Wars: Foreign Powers Making the Korean Peninsula their Battleground
  10. A Sea with Two Names: The East Sea or the Sea of Japan?
  11. Koreans' Resistance to Japanese Imperialism
  12. The Comfort Women Issue and Finding the Truth
  13. About Dokdo Island