[KS] Unyang Kim websites: update

Stefan Ewing sa_ewing at hotmail.com
Wed Nov 9 23:34:26 EST 2005

Dear KS List Members:

In follow-up to Sam Henderson's recent posting, the following pages on the 
history of the Unyang Kim clan can be retrieved more or less intact from the 
Internet Archive:


Almost everything else from the site that can be retrieved through the 
Internet Archive 
(http://web.archive.org/web/20040925020026/http://www.unyangkim.or.kr) or 
Google's page caches 
(http://www.google.co.kr/search?hl=ko&q=site%3Aunyangkim.or.kr&lr=) is, 
alas, effectively unusable, due to a variety of issues that will make 
themselves readily apparent.

I would still recommend checking out the Naver Cafe site I mentioned 
yesterday (http://cafe.naver.com/unyangkim.cafe), but to access the 
"Taejonghoe" section, please use the menu on the main page, rather than the 
direct page link I gave yesterday.

Hoping this is of help,
Yours sincerely,
Stefan Ewing

(previous message snipped)

>>From: Professor Junghee Lee <dilj at pdx.edu>
>>Reply-To: Korean Studies Discussion List <Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws>
>>To: Korean Studies Discussion List <Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws>
>>Subject: [KS] Unyang Kim lineage website (Kim Yong-gu)
>>Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2005 23:10:56 -0800
>>Dear colleagues:
>>I am looking for the website for Unyang Kim lineage.
>>I am looking for information about Manhoedang Kim Yonggu.
>>Could anyone help me?
>>Thank you for your attention.
>>Best wishes,
>>Junghee Lee
>>Department of Art
>>Portland State University
>>PO Box 751
>>Portland, OR  97207-0751, USA
>>voice 503-725-3347
>>fax 503-725-4541
>>e-mail: dilj at pdx.edu

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