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List of Korea-related topics

This is a list of Wikipedia articles on Korea-related people, places, things, and concepts. You can help keep this page up to date by adding titles of new or existing articles which are not yet listed here. (Before you add an article, however, please consult the Korean naming conventions.)

Red links are to articles that will hopefully be added in the very near future. For help, please see Naming conventions and Note on romanization at the bottom of this page.

Index

1

38th parallel - 88 Olympic Expressway - 1988 Summer Olympics - 2002 World Cup: see Football World Cup 2002

A

Administrative divisions of Korea - Aegukga - Amnok River - An Jung-geun - Annals of Joseon Dynasty - Ara Gaya - Arirang - Asian financial crisis - Asian Theatre of World War II - Asiana Airlines

B

(See also P)

Baby VOX - Baduk: see Go (board game) - Baekje - Bak Hyeokgeose of Silla - Balhae/Barhae - Battle of Yalu River (1894) - Battle of Sarhu - Battle of Yalu River (1904) - BoA - Boeun-gun - Buddhism: see Korean Buddhism) - Bujeon Line - Bulgogi - Bulguksa - Busan - Buyeo (County) - Buyeo (Kingdom) - Byeonhan

C

(See also J)

Celadon - Leonard Chang - Changbaek Mountains - Changgi (Korean chess) - Changwon - Cheongju - Cheongnyangni Station - Cheongwon-gun - Cheorwon-gun - David Yonggi Cho - Margaret Cho - Hee Seop Choi - Choi Hong Hi - Choi Kyuha - Choi Sejin - Ch'ŏngjin; - Chosun Ilbo - Christianity in Korea - Chun Doo-hwan - Chuncheon - Chuncheon-shi - Chung Ju-yung - Chung Mong-hun - Chungbuk Line - Chungcheong - Chungju-si - Chungmu: see Yi Sun-sin

Cities of Korea: see List of cities in North Korea, List of cities in South Korea, and Special cities of Korea

CJK - Classical Chinese - Comfort women - Communications in North Korea - Communications in South Korea - Confucianism: see Korean Confucianism and Neo-Confucianism - Contemporary culture of South Korea - Courtesy name - Cuisine of Korea - Culture of Korea - Culture of North Korea

D

(See also T)

Daegaya - Daegu - Daegu Line - Daejeon - Daewoo (see also GM Daewoo Motors) - Daifang Commandery - Daimler-Hyundai Truck Corporation - Dangun - Dangun-neung: see Mausoleum of Dangun - Danyang-gun - Democratic Labour Party (South Korea) - Democratic People's Party (South Korea) - Democratic People's Republic of Korea: see North Korea - Demographics of North Korea - Demographics of South Korea - Dispute over the name Sea of Japan - Division of Korea - DMZ: see Korean Demilitarized Zone - Do - Dokdo: see Liancourt Rocks - Dongguk Tonggam - Donghae Bukbu Line - Donghae Nambu Line - Donghae-shi - Donghak

E

East Asian Tigers - East Sea (Sea of Japan) - Economy of North Korea - Economy of South Korea - Eight Provinces (Korea) - Emperor Gojong of Korea - Emperor Sunjong of Korea - Era name - Eumseong-gun

F

Fin. K.L - First Manchu expedition to Korea - Flag of North Korea - Flag of South Korea - Football World Cup 2002 - Foreign relations of North Korea - Foreign relations of South Korea

G

(See also K)

Gabo Reform - Gang Hong-rip - Gangneung - Gangwon - Gaya - Gaya Line - Gayasan - Ge-Baek - Generation name - Geography of North Korea - Geography of South Korea - Geum River - Geumgwan Gaya - Gihwa - Gija - Gija Joseon - Gimhae International Airport - Gimpo - Gimpo Airport - Gimpo Line - GM Daewoo Motors - Gobukseon: see Premodern ironclads - Goesan-gun - Goguryeo - Goh Kun - Gojoseon - Gongju - Goryeo - Goryeo Dynasty - Goseong-gun - Gosu - Grand National Party - Guma Expressway - Gunsan - Gunsan Line - Gwanbuk - Gwandong - Gwanghaegun of Joseon - Gwangju - Gwannam - Gwanseo - Gyeongbokgung - Gyeongbu - Gyeongbu Expressway - Gyeongbu Line - Gyeongbuk Line - Gyeongchun Line - Gyeonggi - Gyeongin - Gyeongin Expressway - Gyeongin Line - Gyeongjeon Line - Gyeongju - Gyeongsang - Gyeongseong - Gyeongui Line - Gyeongwon Line

H

Haeinsa - Haepul - Seok-heon Ham - Hamgyŏng; - Han - Han River - Han Twins Murder Conspiracy - Hangul - Hangul consonant tables - Hangul Day - Hanja (see also Chinese character) - Hapkido - High-speed railway: see Korea Train Express - History of Korea - History of North Korea - History of South Korea - Hoengseong-gun - Honam - Honam Expressway - Honam Line - Hong Bok-won - Hongcheon-gun - Hoola - Hoseo - H.O.T - Human experimentation allegations in North Korea - Hunmin Jeongeum (document) - Hunmin Jeongeum Haerye - Hwacheon-gun - Hwaeom - Hwanghae - Hwanin - Hwarang - Hwarang Segi

Hyundai: see Hyundai Group and the following individual articles: Hyundai Asan - Hyundai Engineering and Construction - Hyundai Heavy Industries - Hyundai Motor Company - Hyundai Motor Group

I

Iksan - Im Kwontaek - IMF Crisis: see Asian financial crisis - Imjin War - Incheon - Incheon International Airport - Incheon International Airport Expressway - Inje-gun - International adoption of South Korean children - - - Ito Hirobumi

J

(See also C)

Jaebeol: see South Korean conglomerates - Janghang Line - Japanese Colonial Period - Jecheon-si - Jeju - Jeolla - Jeolla Line - Jeongseon-gun - Jeonju - Jincheon-gun - Jindo dog: see Korean Jindo Dog - Jinhae - Jinul - Joseon - Joseon Dynasty - Ju Si-gyeong - Juche - Jungang Expressway - Jungang Line - Jungbu Expressway

K

(See also G)

Kaesŏng; - KBS - KCTU: See Korean Confederation of Trade Unions - Keijo - Kia Motors - Kim (Korean name) - Kim Dae-jung - Kim Il-sung - Kim Jong-chul (poet) - Kim Jong-chul (political figure) - Kim Jong-il - Kim Jong-nam - Kim Jong-pil - Kim Mihyun - Kim Young-sam - Kimchi - Kimjongilia - Kwon Young-ghil

Kings: see also Rulers of Korea - King Cheoljong of Joseon - King Chogo of Baekje - King Daru of Baekje - King Gaeru of Baekje - King Giru of Baekje - King Gojong of Joseon: see Emperor Gojong of Korea - King Gongmin of Goryeo - King Gwanggaeto the Great of Goguryeo - King Munmu of Silla - King Muryeong of Baekje - King Onjo of Baekje - King Sejong the Great of Joseon - King Seong of Baekje - King Sunjong of Joseon: see Emperor Sunjong of Korea - King Taejo of Joseon - King Taejong of Joseon - King U of Goryeo - King Wu of Balhae: see Da Wuyi

Konglish

Korea - Korea Bay - Korea nobility - Korean adoption - Korean Air - Korean Air Flight KAL-007 - Korean American - Korean Buddhism - Korean Buddhist temples - Korean chess -Korean cinema - Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) - Korean Confucianism - Korean Demilitarized Zone - Korean Teachers and Educational Workers' Union - Korean Empire - Korean era names - Korean-Japanese disputes - Korean mythology - Korean name - Korean language - Korean National Railroad - Korean parts of speech - Korean proverbs - Korean romanization - Korean Shamanism - Korean television - Korea Train Express - Korean War - Korean Workers' Party - Koreans

KTX: see Korea Train Express - Kŭmgang-san; - Kŭmgang-san Line; - Kyungbokkung: See Gyeongbokgung

L

Lee (Korean name) - Lee Changdong - Lelang Commandery - LG (Korea) - Liancourt Rocks - List of cities in North Korea - List of cities in South Korea - List of famous Korean Americans - List of Japanese governors-general in Korea - List of Koreans - List of mountains in Korea - List of political parties in South Korea - List of universities in South Korea

M

Douglas MacArthur - March 1st Movement - Mashimaro - Mausoleum of Dangun - MBC - McCune-Reischauer - Military of North Korea - Military of South Korea - Millennium Democratic Party - Minhato - Mokpo - Sun Myung Moon - Mugunghwa: see Hibiscus syriacus (Rose of Sharon) - Music of Korea

N

(See also R)

Naju - Nakdong River - Nam Sung-yong - Names of Korea - Namhae Expressway - Namp'o - National anthem of South Korea: see Aegukga - National flower of South Korea: see Hibiscus syriacus (Rose of Sharon) - Neo-Confucianism - New Community Movement - New Korea Party of Hope - Noraebang: see Karaoke—South Korea; - North Chungcheong - North Gyeongsang - North Hamgyŏng; - North Hwanghae - North Jeolla - North Korea - North Korea nuclear weapons program - North P'yŏngan;

O

Okcheon-gun - Ohmynews - Osan

P

(See also B)

Paektu Mountain - Nam June Paik - Panmunjeom (P'anmunjŏm); - Pansori - Park Chunghee - PC bang - Pohang - Politics of North Korea - Politics of South Korea - Pong Su Incident - Posthumous name - Presidents of South Korea - Provinces of Korea (see also Eight Provinces (Korea)) - Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea - Pyeongchang-gun - P'yŏngan; - P'yŏngbu Line; - P'yŏngnam Line; - P'yŏngŭi Line; - P'yŏngwŏn Line; - P'yŏngyang;

Q

Qi Empress - Queens: see also Rulers of Korea - Queen Min of Joseon

R

(See also N)

Rasŏn (Rajin-Sŏnbong); - Regions of Korea - Renault Samsung Motors - Republic of Korea: see South Korea - Revised Romanization of Korean - Rhee (family name): see Lee (Korean name) - Syngman Rhee - Roads and Expressways in South Korea - Roh Moo-hyun - Roh Tae-woo - Romaja - Romanization: see Korean romanization - Rose of Sharon: see Hibiscus syriacus - Rulers of Korea - Russo-Japanese War - Ryanggang

S

Sabi - Saemaeul Movement: see New Community Movement - Sambyeolcho Rebellion - Samcheok-shi - Samguk Sagi - Samguk Yusa - Samil Movement: see March 1st Movement - Samjeondo Monument - Samsung - Samuel E. Martin - SBS - Sea of Japan (East Sea) - Second Manchu expedition to Korea - S.E.S - Seohaean Expressway - Seokguram - Seomoon Tak - Seon - Seoul - Seoul Metropolitan Subway - Seoul National University - Seven-Year War - Jae Chul Shin - Shinmiyangyo - Shinŭiju; - Silla (see also Unified Silla) - Sin Saimdang - Shamanism: see Korean Shamanism - Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) - Sino-Korean - Socialist Party (South Korea) - Sohn Kee-chung - Sokcho-shi - Son Byong-Hi - Songgwangsa - South Chungcheong - South Gyeongsang - South Hamgyŏng; - South Hwanghae - South Jeolla - South Korea - South Korean conglomerates - South Korean parliamentary election, 2004 - South Manchuria Railway - South P'yŏngan; - Special cities of Korea - SsangYong Motor Company - Subways in South Korea - Suin Line - Sunshine Policy - Suwon

T

(See also D)

Taebaek-shi - Taebong - Taedong River - Taegeukgi: see Flag of South Korea - Taekwondo - Tang Soo Do - Temple name - Three Jewel Temples of Korea - Three Kingdoms of Korea - Toegye: see Yi Hwang - Tongbulgyo - Toyotomi Hideyoshi - Traditional Korean thought - Transportation in North Korea - Transportation in South Korea - Treaty of Shimonoseki - Tripitaka Koreana - Tuman (Tumen) River - Turtle ship: see Ironclad warship—Premodern ironclads;

U

Uisang - Ulsan - Ungjin - Unification Church - Unification shoes - Unified Silla - United Liberal Democrats - Uri Party - U.S.-North Korea relations

V

VANK

W

Wang - Wang Go - Weonhyo - Wiman - Wiman Joseon - Won - Wonju-shi - World Cup: see Football World Cup 2002

X

Y

Yale romanization - Yalu River - Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture - Yangban - Yanggang: see Ryanggang - Yeombul: see Nianfo - Yeongdong - Yeongdong Expressway - Yeongdong-gun - Yeongdong Line - Yeongju - Yeongnam - Yeongseo - Yi (family name): see Lee (Korean name) - Yi Dynasty: see Joseon Dynasty - Yi Hwang - Yi I - Yi Jachun - Yi Sun-sin - Yoido Full Gospel Church - Yongsan Garrison - Yoon Boseon - Yulgok: see Yi I - Yut (Game)

Z

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Naming conventions

Place names

Place names are romanized according to the official romanization system of the country the place is a part of. Thus, North Korean place names use McCune-Reischauer Romanization (except that ŏ, ŭ, and the apostrophe (') are not used in article titles, although they are shown on this page), while South Korean place names use the Revised Romanization of Korean.

Personal and corporate names

People are always alphabetized by their family name, regardless of whether the person concerned puts his/her family name first or last. If it is unclear which is the family name and which the given name (for example, Nam June Paik, since Nam and Paik are both family names and there's no telltale hyphen in the name) please check under both names. Personal and corporate names (Syngman Rhee; Samsung) are generally romanized according to the nameholder's preference, or to the spelling most frequently encountered in English. If there is no dominant English spelling, Revised Romanization is to be preferred, but see also Wikipedia:Naming conventions (Korean).

Monarchs

Monarchs are listed in the following format:

Title Name (the Great) of Kingdom
For example: Queen Seondeok of Silla; King Sejong the Great of Joseon; Emperor Gojong of Korea.

See Rulers of Korea for a list of monarchs with their names formatted as above.

For more on this subject, please see Wikipedia:Naming conventions (Korean).