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Affectionate Koreans vs Argumentative Koreans

This week, we will cover two traits that are often used to describe Koreans: “Koreans are affectionate” and “Koreans are argumentative."

This week, we will cover two traits that are often used to describe Koreans: One is “Koreans are affectionate” and the other is “Koreans are argumentative.”

We will focus on these two seemingly contradictory characteristics of Koreans and revisit the two famous debates in the history of Korean philosophy: the Four-Seven Debate and the Horak debate.

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Introduction to Korean Philosophy

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