[KS] Koreans in Beijing ca. 1810

Frank Hoffmann hoffmann at koreaweb.ws
Fri Dec 14 23:06:56 EST 2012

Oops! Just dropped a brick. My apologies!
As Ed Baker just alarmed me in a private mail (thanks!)--and I am not 
quite sure how I got there--I wrote Sŏng 성 instead of Son for 孫.
孫 is of course 손: Son Kyun-su (and not Sŏng Kyun-su). Anything else I 
said stands. 孫 is a pretty popular name in China, e.g. Sun Tzu or Sun 
Yat-sen (in China better known as Sun Zhongshan 孫中山).


Frank Hoffmann

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