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The Review of Korean Studies

  • P-ISSN1229-0076
  • E-ISSN2773-9351
  • SCOPUS, ESCI

Sources for an Historical Demography of Korea: An Introduction

The Review of Korean Studies / The Review of Korean Studies, (P)1229-0076; (E)2773-9351
2010, v.13 no.3, pp.89-113
https://doi.org/10.25024/review.2010.13.3.005


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