Talk:National Treasure (South Korea)

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I removed #274, the kobukson, on the grounds that it seems a cannon from a kobukson was actually #274 and that it was revealed to be a fraud. It seems possible that the ships themselves were then designated as #274, which could have led to the listing here, but I have no evidence of this. silsor 06:03, 3 January 2006 (UTC)

Date of national treasure Jindo Dog listing?[edit]

Can someone verify somewhere the year in which the Korea Jindo Dog became a national treasure? An anon user dinked with the year in the article and all I can find on the web so far are duplicates of the wikipedia article. Elf | Talk 21:35, 4 January 2006 (UTC)

FYI, got a couple of answers as posted at Talk:Korea Jindo Dog. Elf | Talk 18:30, 5 January 2006 (UTC)

Translation of Korean article[edit]

The Korean Wikipedia has what seems to be a complete list of the national treasures. The English list so far is only what I could find in incomplete English sources so it would be great if anybody could get a translation! The article is ko:대한민국의_국보. silsor 23:44, 4 January 2006 (UTC)

Good resource[edit]

This article is a good resource. Is there also an article for the South Korean Intangible Cultural Assets (which includes Jongmyo jeryeak, munbaeju, etc.)? Badagnani 03:51, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

The Jongmyo article has some information on Jongmyo jeryeak. This is an online book in PDF form and is a good resource for intangible cultural assets. [1]. If you go to the cultural heritage site and click "seach plaza" on the left column, you can also do a search, although the English translations are a bit lacking and some pages don't have images or information. Hope that helps. Tortfeasor 04:12, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

Thanks! I actually wrote that portion of the Jongmyo article. I was wondering if English Wikipedia had an article listing the Intangible Cultural Assets numerically, as this article does for the national treasures. I guess someone will need to do that. I did find a nice English-language website yesterday that lists them, but it's not so easy to navigate. Badagnani 04:24, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

Japanese origin[edit]

Regarding this edit, I think the editor may have meant not that the *culture* is of Japanese origin, but that this *cultural institution* (i.e., the idea of such a system of nominating official national treasures) came to Korea from Japan. That is not disputed, as all the articles state this. Badagnani (talk) 03:14, 30 December 2007 (UTC)

Well, I don't think he edited that in good faith per his contribution history. He/she tries to remove or minimize Korean influence on Japanese culture related articles as soon as s/he created her/his account yesterday. The editor Orchis29 and creator, KoreanShoriSenyou of the category are interesting indeed. The concept can be influenced by Japan and relevant description can be mentioned in the article instead of misleading Korean treasures from Japan which is false. Also, I'm very amazed that he/she is very knowledgeable of English Wiki rules already on contrast to his account creation date (just yesterday!). I guess I have to prepare something good for wikipedia.--Appletrees (talk) 03:54, 30 December 2007 (UTC)

Interesting--it seems that a few weeks ago some editor was inserting "Korean culture of Japanese origin" categories into articles such as Muk (Korean food), always without any comment. If these things are clearly not of Japanese origin and cannot be verifiably to be shown as such (taking into consideration that some Korean cultural objects are of Japanese origin, just as some Japanese cultural objects are of Korean origin), such a practice of editing seems childish and not at all something to be tolerated at Wikipedia. Badagnani (talk) 04:00, 30 December 2007 (UTC)

I update this list[edit]

I added no.317 Royal Portrait of King Taejo of Joseon. It is designated national treasure of Korea in 2012.--Donghwan Seong (talk) 14:09, 5 October 2013 (UTC)

Corrections[edit]

Some of the names of the items are faulty. As I am going through the list for my huwiki articles, I am going to slowly correct these based on the database of the Cultural Heritage Administration. Teemeah 편지 (letter) 12:47, 29 January 2016 (UTC)

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