Approximately 2,000 scholarly journals in the areas of the sciences, medicine, arts and humanities, history, sports and more.
Comprehensive coverage of Asian Studies research in books and journals
Approximately 2,300 scholarly journals
Scholarly journals, books, magazines, and reports
Journal articles, books, dissertations and working papers
A database of digitized collections of Jangsŏ-gak, the library of the Academy of Korean Studies (한국학중앙연구원), which provides a variety of materials including early han'gul novels, the unofficial history of the Chosŏn dynasty and diaries (조선조 야사 및 일기), and audiovisual materials about Korean culture, oral literature (구비문학), folk songs (민요), and dialects (방언).
Allows searching of bibliographic information and provides scanned images of the Korean genealogies held by the Institute of Oriental Culture of the University of Tokyo 東京大学東洋文化研究所. 640 items are available online. Search terms include family name, genealogy title, clan, publication date and request number. Searching is by character (this may be input using different IMEs). There is an option to browse bibliographic information by han'gul and romanization. The image file index is organized by the request number 請求記号.
Digital Collection of historical books, papers, periodicals
National Institute of Korean History (국사편찬위원회)
Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs of the Republic of Korea (국가보훈처)
Independence Hall of Korea (독립기념관)
Academia Coreana (명지대학교 국제한국학 연구소)
Korean Classics Research Institute (민족문화추진회)
Korea Democracy Foundation (민주화운동 기념사업회)
War Memorial of Korea (전쟁기념사업회)
Korean Studies Advancement Center (한국국학진흥원)
Korean Women’s Development Institute (한국여성개발원)
Academy of Korean Studies (한국학중앙연구원).
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