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Western societies have traditionally viewed the Korean peninsula as a remote region of the world.
They have often referred to it as "The Hermit Kingdom" because it remained isolated from the western world until the nineteenth century.
By the mid-eighth century the Silla people began using woodblock printing to reproduce sutras and Confucian writings. Within 36 years the Koguryo kingdom took control and its leader, General Wang Kon, established the Koryo dynasty. During Koryo's 400-year reign, artistic, scientific, and literary achievements advanced further.
Improving upon earlier Chinese printing methods, Korea became the first country in the world to use movable cast metal type in 1234.
In 1948, North Korea (the Democratic People's Republic of Korea) and South Korea (the Republic of Korea) were officially established.
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This period saw many advancements in literature, art, and science.
Buddhism, which had reached Korea by way of China, was practiced by virtually all of Silla society.
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