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The Curse of the
Three-Year Hill
This folktale is known and loved throughout the Asian world. Each country's version varies slightly, but the underlying story supports one having a positive outlook on life.  

Korean Cinderella: Congjui & Potjui
Every culture has its own Cinderella story. This ancient fairy tale is Korea's version. Congjui represents the Korean Cinderella.  

Two Korean
Brothers: Hungboo
& Nolboo
All the Koreans are familiar with this cherished folktale of two brothers—one honorable and one not. This story emphasizes the importance of love, respect and sharing among the family members.  

The Blue Frogs
This delightful Korean folktale has been passed down by word-of-mouth for many generations. At last, the story of the contrary blue frog children has been written for all to read and enjoy.  


Golden Ax &
Silver Ax
A poor Korean woodcutter's honesty is tested by a heavenly being in this popular tale. This story is commonly known and cherished throughout Asia.  

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