‘The Disturbance of War’: The Ancient Origin and Development of Korean Archery

@article{Ok2010TheDO,
  title={‘The Disturbance of War’: The Ancient Origin and Development of Korean Archery},
  author={Gwang Ok and Seokgyu Choi and Hee Surk Jeong},
  journal={The International Journal of the History of Sport},
  year={2010},
  volume={27},
  pages={523 - 536}
}
  • Gwang Ok, Seokgyu Choi, Hee Surk Jeong
  • Published 2010
  • History
  • The International Journal of the History of Sport
  • The origin of Korean identity, Dongee was representing a race dwelling in the east of Chinese ancient territory and the race was well equipped with advanced bows. Later, the Korean ancient state, Goguryeo had a technology to be able to make horn bows and bush clover tree arrows utilizing irons. Its advanced technology and performance were essential and efficient to protect the state against the Northern invaders. The well-created technology was spreaded throughout the peninsula through the war… CONTINUE READING
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