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This section of the book titled An Illustrated Guide to Korean Mythology contains a list of names of Korean writers and authors and their publications. This book explains Korean myths according to the roles of the Gods. Korean myths clearly demonstrate that there exist many variations describing gods who take essentially identical roles, but appear in different plots. Korean myths tend to focus on the role played by the God who is the protagonist in the story.

Keywords: Gods; Korean mythology; protagonist



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