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When the Tiger Used to Smoke: A Taste of Korean Folklore

by Eugenia Kim

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When the Tiger Used to Smoke: A Taste of Korean Folklore can be read by so many because it is a collection of popular Korean folktales for both children and adults alike. Written by a group of students inspired by their own cultural background, the students realized the potential of spreading of Korean culture through literature. The folk tales chosen for this collection are just a few of the many treasures Korea has to offer, hinting at the wisdom and value of Korean culture.… (more)
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When the Tiger Used to Smoke: A Taste of Korean Folklore can be read by so many because it is a collection of popular Korean folktales for both children and adults alike. Written by a group of students inspired by their own cultural background, the students realized the potential of spreading of Korean culture through literature. The folk tales chosen for this collection are just a few of the many treasures Korea has to offer, hinting at the wisdom and value of Korean culture.

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