[KS] Fwd: Korean War (other terms)

William Brown wmbbrown at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 15 21:52:28 EST 2005

Yes, like 9-11, or June 4th, the date says it all.

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From:  <i>"Hildi Kang" 
<kangswh at comcast.net></i><br>Reply-To:  <i>Korean Studies Discussion 
List <Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws></i><br>To:  <i>"Korean Studies 
Discussion List" <Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws></i><br>Subject:  
<i>Re: [KS] Fwd: Korean War (other terms)</i><br>Date:  <i>Tue, 15 Nov 2005 
14:29:47 -0800</i><br>Koreans that I know (older generation , ones that 
lived through it) generally call it "6-25"  or yuk-e-o    ???   
??<br><br>Hildi Kang<br>Center for Korean Studies<br>Berkeley, CA<br>----- 
Original Message ----- From: <eun at sfsu.edu><br>To: 
<Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws><br>Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2005 11:17 
AM<br>Subject: [KS] Fwd: Korean War (other terms)<br><br><br>>I'm an art 
history graduate student writing a thesis which includes <br>>works 
that<br>>feature the Korean War.  During one of my advising meetings with 
Dr.<br>>Bettleheim, she raised an interesting question that she wants me 
to <br>>find an<br>>answer to:  What do Koreans call the Korean War?  
Do North Koreans <br>>refer to<br>>this war as the Korean 
War?<br>><br>>Eun Jung Smith<br>>Graduate Student<br>>Art 
History Department<br>>San Francisco State 

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