Early Printing in Korea - About the Author

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Understanding Korea Series No.2
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Ok, Young Jung

Majored in Bibliography. Professor of Archive Management at the Academy of Korean Studies.</p>

The author is very much interested in finding new meanings of Korean early printing culture through proper understanding and restoration. Publications include Joseonsidae chaekui munhwasa (Cultural History of Joseon Books, co-authored), Gyujanggakgwa chaekui munhwasa (Cultural History of Books and Gyujanggak, co-authored), Seungchongmyeongnokeuro boneun Joseonhugi hyangchon jisikinui saenghwalsa (Lives of Late Joseon Rural Village Intellectuals Seen through Seungchongmyeongnok, co-authored), “A Comprehensive Study on Saseoeonhae publiched in the 17th century”, “A Study on the Artisans of Movable Type Printing Working at the Joseon Print Office,” and so on.

Understanding Korea Series No.2 Early Printings in Korea

Foreword · Acknowledgments

1. Korea’s Memory of the World and Early Printing (古印刷)

2. The Origins of World Printing Culture and Korea · 2.1 The Emergence of Printing Culture and Korea · 2.2 The Development of Printing Materials

3. Woodblock Printing and Movable Type Printing · 3.1 Woodblock Printing · 3.2 Movable Type Printing · 3.3 Other Early Printing

4. The Invention and Development of Metal Movable Type Printing · 4.1 Metal Movable Type Casting · 4.2 Metal Movable Type Typesetting

5. The Publishing Entities of Korean Traditional Prints · 5.1 The Government Publications (官) · 5.2 The Private Publications

Reference · Glossary · Sources · About the Author