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calligraphy by Byulsam KOREAN POEM

Angganbigeumdo painted by Heo Nanseolheon (1563–1589), born Heo Chohui, was a prominent Korean female poet of the mid-Joseon dynasty. She was the younger sister of Heo Pong, a minister and political writer, and elder to Heo Gyun (1569–1618), a prominent writer of the time and credited as the author of The Tale of Hong Gildong. Her own writings consisted of some two hundred poems written in Chinese verse (hanshi), and two poems written in hangul.

Angganbigeumdo painted by Heo Nanseolheon (1563–1589), born Heo Chohui, was a prominent Korean female poet of the mid-Joseon dynasty. She was the younger sister of Heo Pong, a minister and political writer, and elder to Heo Gyun (1569–1618), a prominent writer of the time and credited as the author of The Tale of Hong Gildong. Her own writings consisted of some two hundred poems written in Chinese verse (hanshi), and two poems written in hangul.

"Spring" - Korean poem and calligraphy by Lee Miran. Photo of original work by Steve Garrigues.

"Spring" - Korean poem and calligraphy by Lee Miran. Photo of original work by Steve Garrigues.

Mukjodo by Heo Nanseolheon (1563–1589), born Heo Chohui, was a prominent Korean female poet of the mid-Joseon dynasty. She was the younger sister of Heo Pong, a minister and political writer, and elder to Heo Gyun (1569–1618), a prominent writer of the time and credited as the author of The Tale of Hong Gildong. Her own writings consisted of some two hundred poems written in Chinese verse (hanshi), and two poems written in hangul

Mukjodo by Heo Nanseolheon (1563–1589), born Heo Chohui, was a prominent Korean female poet of the mid-Joseon dynasty. She was the younger sister of Heo Pong, a minister and political writer, and elder to Heo Gyun (1569–1618), a prominent writer of the time and credited as the author of The Tale of Hong Gildong. Her own writings consisted of some two hundred poems written in Chinese verse (hanshi), and two poems written in hangul

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01 Yi_Sang_Crows Eye View

Visual poem project for Korean poet ‘Yi-sang’

Visual poem project for Korean poet ‘Yi-sang’

Selected Poems of Kim Sakkat is, as the title suggests, a collection of poetry from Kim Pyong-yon (1807-1863), better known as Kim Sakkat or the Rainhat Poet. Kim wrote satirical pieces in which he denounced not only the social elite but those around him and has been described as

Selected Poems of Kim Sakkat is, as the title suggests, a collection of poetry from Kim Pyong-yon (1807-1863), better known as Kim Sakkat or the Rainhat Poet. Kim wrote satirical pieces in which he denounced not only the social elite but those around him and has been described as

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