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|Hanja||歌詞 also 歌辭|
Gasa (or Kasa) was a form of poetry popular during the Joseon Dynasty in Korea. They were commonly sung, and were popular among yangban women. Jeong Cheol, a poet of the 16th century, is regarded as having perfected the form, which consisted of parallel lines, each broken into two four-syllable units. The form had first emerged during the Goryeo period.
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