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This hardbound Korean text is specifically designed to be close to what you might find if you were to be directly working with the original sources. It uses large Korean script so that you can immerse yourself into the text, and even learn Korean as you go. Like most ancient texts, there is no single artifact of truth. The oldest copies are found in fragments in museums ac This hardbound Korean text is specifically designed to be close to what you might find if you were to be directly working with the original sources. It uses large Korean script so that you can immerse yourself into the text, and even learn Korean as you go. Like most ancient texts, there is no single artifact of truth. The oldest copies are found in fragments in museums across the world. In addition, this text evolved through many forms to that which you see common today. What you have here is a rich experience of the meaning of something like an original Korean text, uncluttered by todays formatting and extensions, from which you can derive your own analyses. The purpose of this text is to serve as a rough replica of a popular ancient text. To see and feel what it what it might have looked like originally. So you can display it to your friends and family like a collectors piece, a decorative item from the Gods. There are likely small errors in the text as it is a public domain copy which has been transcribed several times over since the original. But still, it is a masterpiece, and seeing it as it was will help you realize some of the deeper aspects of the text. Think of it as a puzzle. Play with it and try and learn the language through it. Imagine you found this in a cave or buried somewhere on Earth. And try and figure out what it says. Then grab your favorite modern copy and compare your results.


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This hardbound Korean text is specifically designed to be close to what you might find if you were to be directly working with the original sources. It uses large Korean script so that you can immerse yourself into the text, and even learn Korean as you go. Like most ancient texts, there is no single artifact of truth. The oldest copies are found in fragments in museums ac This hardbound Korean text is specifically designed to be close to what you might find if you were to be directly working with the original sources. It uses large Korean script so that you can immerse yourself into the text, and even learn Korean as you go. Like most ancient texts, there is no single artifact of truth. The oldest copies are found in fragments in museums across the world. In addition, this text evolved through many forms to that which you see common today. What you have here is a rich experience of the meaning of something like an original Korean text, uncluttered by todays formatting and extensions, from which you can derive your own analyses. The purpose of this text is to serve as a rough replica of a popular ancient text. To see and feel what it what it might have looked like originally. So you can display it to your friends and family like a collectors piece, a decorative item from the Gods. There are likely small errors in the text as it is a public domain copy which has been transcribed several times over since the original. But still, it is a masterpiece, and seeing it as it was will help you realize some of the deeper aspects of the text. Think of it as a puzzle. Play with it and try and learn the language through it. Imagine you found this in a cave or buried somewhere on Earth. And try and figure out what it says. Then grab your favorite modern copy and compare your results.

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