Journal of
Languages and Culture

  • Abbreviation: J. Lang. Cult.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-6540
  • DOI: 10.5897/JLC
  • Start Year: 2010
  • Published Articles: 131

Table of Content: June 2017; 8(6)

June 2017

Tcheonzamun author’s prayer to God: “Save our lives, Lord!” (737th to 752nd characters)

In Korea, it is not known that Korean people wrote the Tcheonzamun (The Thousand Character Essay). Korean people firmly believe that Chinese people wrote the poem. Recently, the authors of present report discovered that Korean scripts are shown in Tcheonzamun. Therefore, the authors started to think that the ancestor of Korean people, Maeg country’s people, had written this splendid work. Each Tcheonzamun poem...

Author(s): Hyeonhi R. Park, Jieun A. Kim, Kunjoo D. A. Kim, Jiah A. Kim, Sohwa T. Kim, Alain Hamon, Rosa Kim and Sangdeog A. Kim

June 2017

Ancient Koreans’ petition to God in Tcheonzamun: The thousand character essay poem (641st to 656th letters)

The researchers found that the Tcheonzamun (The Thousand Character Essay) consists of 63 poems of 16 letters, while the last 63rd poem consists of 8 letters. The researchers looked at the history of ancient Korea through Tcheonzamun poem. This is because the history of Korea before the 1st century has not been known until now. Through the first translation using the Chinese character, the researchers found that the...

Author(s): Hyeonhi, R. Park, Jieun, A. Kim, Kunjoo, D.A. Kim, Jiah, A. Kim, Sohwa, T. Kim, Rosa Kim, Alain Hamon, Nicolas Tenaillon and Sangdeog, A. Kim