Chung, hyo, ye: tales of filial devotion, loyalty, respect and benevolence from the history and folklore of Korea

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Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references (page 145).

Contents

  • Chapter hyo : Filial devotion -- Poor scholar and the minister's daughter -- Under the burning sun -- Visit to Seoul -- My mother's troubles -- Mother's love -- True practice of Hyo -- Hong chagi -- Exchange of bows -- Boy who saved his father's life -- Hyangdok's devotion -- Strange memorial ceremony -- Sim chong: Girl who became the eyes of her father -- Great Hyo of Emperor Shun -- Chung: Loyalty to country and people -- Ulpaso -- Loyal spirit of Pak Jesang -- Hwarang Kwisan and Chuhang -- Pure heart of Sadaham -- Let no grass grow where I am buried -- Jung Mong-ju and the 72 wise men of Dumundong -- Prime Minister Hwang Hee -- Nongae, the "righteous rock" -- Meaning of Chung -- Wu-ae: Fraternal love -- Story of the good brothers -- More precious than gold -- Hung-bu and Nol-bu -- Ye: Virtuous way of life -- Origin of Dubu and Kimchi -- Kim Jip and Yi Yulgok -- Hundred patches scholar -- Lands of Bok Jang-han -- Giving away a fortune -- True wealth -- Compassionate gentleman's "lady of virtue" -- Culture of respect and benevolence -- Traditional cultural performance for visitors of Korea
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