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Korean History Thread Anonymous 12/23/2021 (Thu) 06:18:48 No. 689723
ITT: We discuss the History of ancient and contemporary Korean history
silla empire in korea joseon era
i dont have much to contribute but i always thought traditional norigae accessories were very pretty
>>702732 you can buy the materials and learn to make it online, it's derived from https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_knotting and pretty simple i recall learning it and making tassels in an hour as a kid.
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The Three Kingdoms era of Korea is fascinating You could see the whore era as 3 cultures fighting over domination over the peninsula >The Confucian Chinese allied Silla Dynasty(who were the one's who ended up winning in our reality) >The Pragmatic and Bekje who were more open to trading and were more allied with the Japanese and Ryukyuan Islanders >and finally the warlike Goguryeo, who had taken much from Jurchen and Turkic culture Its a crap shoot to say what would have happened If Bekje had won, but if Goguryeo had won then modern Korea would have had a more masculine warrior culture like those of Central asia
>>702827 >>702840 i might look more into this, ive been making some beaded jewelry lately as a relaxation thing. thanks nona
big chungju
>>689723 Thank god I found a thread to ask this, but are there any good books and reference material for the three kingdoms era? I’m trying to read as much as I can about it and would especially like pointers to materials that goes in depth into daily lives and cultural details during that time period since I want to write about it or at least something inspired by it.

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