The Role of Korea in Cultural Transmission between China and Japan during the Three Kingdoms Period
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This article is about the latest results of Korea’s transmitting role in the era of the Three Kingdoms focusing on Buddhist thoughts and artistry. Our claim is to proof that China as the main source of culture, Korea and Japan created an influential circle in north‑east Asia. Monks carried philosophy, administrative system and artistry mostly but merchants, artisans were important participants of this cultural process too. The Three Kingdoms: Silla Paekche and Koguryŏ maintained cultural connections with China and Japan severally but along with the progress of the inner connections and the formation of the regional cultural characteristics a collective influential area evolved during the 5th to 8th centuries. We could use the latest archaeological evidences of architecture and graphic arts but other also sources to confirm our new viewpoint.
- Department of History and International Relations, János Kodolányi University of Applied Sciences, Székesfehérvár, Budapest Fürdő u. 1, 8000 Székesfehérvár, Hungary, email@example.com
- Department of Hungarian Studies Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul 107, Imun‑ro, Dongdaemun‑gu, Seoul, 130–791, Republic of Korea, firstname.lastname@example.org
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