Long Long Time Ago: Korean Folk Tales

Long Long Time Ago: Korean Folk Tales

Dong-Sung Kim / Apr 06, 2020

Long Long Time Ago Korean Folk Tales Here in these twenty most wonderful stories children will meet the long time friends of Korean children A rabbit who outwits a tiger a brother and a sister who became the Sun and the Moon ogres and

  • Title: Long Long Time Ago: Korean Folk Tales
  • Author: Dong-Sung Kim
  • ISBN: 9781565910836
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Here in these twenty most wonderful stories, children will meet the long time friends of Korean children A rabbit who outwits a tiger, a brother and a sister who became the Sun and the Moon, ogres and their magic clubs, a tortoise and hare who are totally different from the ones in Aesop s fable, rats who want the Sun to became their son in law, and many many belovedHere in these twenty most wonderful stories, children will meet the long time friends of Korean children A rabbit who outwits a tiger, a brother and a sister who became the Sun and the Moon, ogres and their magic clubs, a tortoise and hare who are totally different from the ones in Aesop s fable, rats who want the Sun to became their son in law, and many many beloved characters.Such stories as these, while appealing to children everywhere, are also true reflections of Korean customs and tradition So these stories also serve as a wonderful way to understand the culture and customs of Korea.

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    1. It's called "Long Long Time Ago" charming. These stories are probably every bit as relevant to me as Aesop's Fables or anything from the Brother's Grimm


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