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역사 스페셜 [videorecording] = Korean history, fresh perspectives / 제작, KBS ; 프로듀서, 서재석 ... [et al.].
Yŏksa sŭp'esyŏl [videorecording] = Korean history, fresh perspectives / chejak, KBS ; P'ŭrodyusŏ, Sŏ Chae-sŏk ... [et al.].
Seoul : KBS Media ; Seoul : Korea Foundation, [2009?]
20 videodiscs (60 min. each) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 folded episode guide.
Nonfiction television programs
Documentary television programs
Han'guk Kukche Kyoryu Chaedan
Han'guk Pangsong Kongsa
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KBS TV documentary series featuring Korean history from the Joseon kingdom period to the early 20th century. "This groundbreaking documentary visits major archaeological and historically important sites and contains commentary from prominent scholars and local experts." -- Container.
Originally broadcast as a KBS TV series in Seoul, Korea from 1998-2003.
20 DVDs in 10 cases in illustrated 10 vol. slipcase with illustrated lid.
Ŭmak, Yi Nam-hong ... [et al.] ; subtitle translation, C&A Communications, Edward Jonghoon Park, Dr. Michael D. Shin.
음악, 이남홍 ... [et al.] ; subtitle translation, C&A Communications, Edward Jonghoon Park, Dr. Michael D. Shin.
DVD; NTSC; region free; single side single layer; MPEG-2; aspect ratio 4:3.
Presenter: Yu In-ch'on.
In Korean with optional subtitles in English or Korean..
Vol. 1. episode 1. Old Joseon, the secret kingdom ; episode 2. How did people live in the old Joseon period?-- vol. 2 episode 3. The king Gwanggaeto Stele: the key to Goguryeo's secrets ; episode 4. Tomb murals: bringing Goguryeo back to life
vol. 3. episode 5. Investigation! The mystery of the Goguryeo-Sui War ; episode 6. Does the Japanese imperial family have Baekje blood?
vol. 4. episode 7. The battle of Maeso fortress: how did Silla defeat the Tang army? ; episode 8. Bulguk Temple, the secret behind its name
vol. 5. episode 9. The roads of Balhae ; episode 10. Gaeyeong - an international city from a millennium ago
vol. 6. episode 11. The Tripitaka Koreana, 50 million characters of high tech ; episode 12. The original Gyeongbok Palace: a virtual restoration
vol. 7. episode 13. The Korean script was not made at the Jiphyeonjeon ; episode 14. Yi Sunsin: a hero's choice, facing the storm
vol. 8. episode 15. Song Siyeol: why does his name appear 3,000 times in the royal annals? ; episode 16. Hwaseong, the most advanced fortress of the 18th century
vol. 9. episode 17. How did women live in the Joseon period? ; episode 18. Top secret document from Russia: the last day of Queen Min, the last empress
vol. 10. episode 19. Sin Chaeho. The only hope is history ; episode 20. Sinheung Military Academy, the base of the national independence movement.
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Korean history, fresh perspectives
Yŏksa sŭp'esyŏl (Television program)
역사 스페셜 (Television program)
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