Hyangga

Hyangga were poems written in a native writing system, composed in the Three Kingdoms, Unified Silla and early Goryeo periods of Korean history. Only a few have survived. The total number of extant hyangga ranges between 25 and 27, depending on whether certain hyangga are regarded as authentic or not. ==Features== The hyangga were written using Ch...
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hyangga

(from the article `Korean literature`) The oldest poetic form is the hyangga, poems transcribed in the hyangch`al system, dating from the middle period of the Unified Silla dynasty to the ... The hyangga was the crown of Silla`s literary achievement. Although the term hyangga is used generally to distinguish Korean songs from Chinese .....
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