The    Korea    Magazine
Volume 1, 1917; Volume 2, 1918;

Editorial Board:
S. A. BECK, J. S. GALE, W. G. CRAM, W. A. NOBLE

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Volume I.  
 
January, 1917   No. 1

  February. 1917    No. 2
  March, 1917    No. 3
  APRIL, 1917  No. 4
  May, 1917  No. 5

  June, 1917   No. 6

  JULY, 1917   No. 7
  AUGUST, 1917   No. 8
  SEPTEMBER, 1917   No. 9
  OCTOBER, 1917   No. 10
  NOVEMBER, 1917   No. 11
  DECEMBER, 1917   No. 12

Volume II






Vol. I.    January, 1917   No. 1


Contents

 

Illustration—Bishop Herbert Welch, D. D., LL. D.  

Editorial Notes

  Aims—Relation to Mission Field—Bishop Harris—

  Bishop Welch—Count Hasegawa.

The Bible Societies An Evangelistic Agency—W. G. C.

The Bible Woman—Miss Kate Cooper.

Old Korean Stories—Yung Oon.

The Dragon —

A Far East Francis of Assisi

Kim In Bok

Ch’oi Ch’i Wun—J. S. Gale

  The Sea Gull-The Swallow--The Tides-Tea-A Prayer—

  Nampo Memorial StoneSelections from the Inscription.

Flies-Spectator.

Concerning The Occult—J . S. G.

Guardians Of The Year—E. T.

Korea’s Noted Women Student Of The Orient

   I. Yo-Wha·Si (女禍氏)

Questions And Answers

Blazing The TrailEarl Ray

Chapter I. Maiden Falls

Chapter II. Mr. Kim Becomes a Christian 

Chapter III, A Change of Occupation

 






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Vol. I.      February. 1917    No. 2


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Illustration--Dr. And Mrs. H. G. Underwood

Editorial Notes                                                    

Suggested Articles--A New Department--

The Korean Language

Two Eminent Missionaries                                    

Odds And Ends                                                     

  Sacrifice- Witches- Nets - Porcelain Dishes

Old Korean Stories, Il-Yung Oon                      

  Han Chong-yu                                                         

  Each According to His Mind          

  The Cackling Priest                                                

  Gold as Dross                                                           

  The Man of Courage                                                 

Questions And Answers                                        

Korea’s Noted Women. Student Of The Orient 

   II A-whang and Yu-yung

Medical Equipment Of Our Stations

   -- Dr. A. H. Norton                                               

Blazing The Trail, II Earl Ray                                

Chapter III. Continued                                               

Chapter IV. A New Acquaintance Chapter                

V. A Warning                                                              

Class Methods - Miss Lula A. Miller                    

 






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Vol I     March, 1917    No. 3


Contents

 

Illustration—Making Korean Cloth at Home

Editorial Notes

Converts—Looking Back from Fifty

The Korean Language Department—JS. Gale

Difficulties in Korean—Hago, Haya, Hani,

Hollanders In Korea

Post Office Regulations

Currency or Coin in Letters

Registered Articles  

Express Mail

Delivery Certificate

Posting Mail Matter  

Odds And Ends

  Spoons and Chopsticks

Summer Language Class  

The Old Korean Magistrate—W. Carl Rufus, Ph. D.

Discovering a Thief

Trapping a Murderer

A Lame Thief’s Toke

A Faithless Friend

Self-Inflicted Nemesis

Blazing The Trail, III-Earl Ray

Chapter V. Continued

Chapter VI. An Introduction

Chapter VII. A Religious Problem

The Purpose Of Medical Missions-W. T. Reid, M. D.

Questions And Answers

 

 




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Vol. I.      APRIL, 1917  No. 4

 

Contents

 

Illustration—A Korean Funeral

Editorial Notes

Many Changes—Royal Asiatic Society

—Mind Nourishment--Disciples' Convention

Some Observations—Doolie McCluck

The Korean Language Department J. S. Gale

  Difficulties in Korean, II—On O-tun, and Oa-tun

Korean Transportation—Spectator

Korea's Noted Women, III—Student of the Orient

Tai-im and Tai-sa

Native Korean Characteristics James Hunter Wells

Music E.T.

Celebrating My Father's 80th Birthday  

Blazing The Trail, IV Earl Ray

Chapter VII. Continued.   A Change of Occupation

Chapter VIII. Mr. Moon and his Jug

Aim And Method Of Mission Education A. W. Wasson

Christ's Aim

Limitation on the Mission Aim

Functions of Mission Education

Not all Schools are Worth While 

Tests of Usefulness

The One Indispensable Condition of Success

The Results are Cumulative

The Work Must be Done

BOOK REVIEWS 

China Mission Year Book—The Christian Movement

 in the Japanese Empire

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

                             

 

 

 



 

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Vol I.    May, 1917  No. 5

 

Contents

 

Illustration—A Human Adding Machine

Editorial Notes

   Transportation Agreements

   —Meeting Educational Association

East And West—Poem  Spectator

Sure Signs—B. U. D.

A Human Adding Machine—W. Carl Rufus; Ph. D.

Biography Of Kim Hong Sik

Yi Kyoo Bo

The Method Of Debate

A Personal Note From Africa  Judson L. King

Language Questions—J. S. Gale

Difficulties In Korean He Is Coming J. S. Gale

Grace Before Meals

Korea's Noted Women, IV  Student Of The Orient

    Wang So Koon

Blazing The Trail, V—Earl Ray

   Chapter VI Continued.   Mr. Moon and his Jug

Questions And Answer

   Significance of Piling Stones in Passes

and Spitting at them

Interpreting For Captain Shufelt—F. M. Beck

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Vol I.     June, 1917   No. 6

 

 

Contents

 

Illustrations                                           

Willow Tree-Marking spot where the crew of the General

Sherman were massacred in 1866, Pyengyang

Pagoda that stood beside the Willow Tree, now in front of

Railway Station, Pyengyang

Editorial Notes

Loss of General Sherman—Fruit Crops
—Interest Rates—Paper Mills—Beet Sugar Factory
—Korean Export,

Admiral Shufeldt's Visits To Korea

Toacco In Korea—E. T.

Korean Language Department-J. S. Gale

Kim Poo-Sik     

A Korean's View Of Christianity

—Ni Chung-Bok, 1712-1791 

Blazing The Trail, V- Earl Ray

Chapter VIII. Continued. Mr. Moon and his Jug

Chapter IX. Martha and her Troubles

Chapter X. Bali           

 

 



 

 

 

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Vol. I.    JULY, 1917   No. 7


Contents

 

Illustrations               
  Entrance to Pool-Gook Temple, Kyung-Ju. Erected 751 A. D.
  Pagoda in Front of Pool-Gook Temple. Date About 751 A. D.
Editorial Notes                    
Korea’s Filial Piety                
Korea—Father And Son               
Korea’s Noted Women, V—Student of the Orient
  Su Weng Mo                    
Korean Literature
  1. How To Approach It.              
The Worship Of Confucius—Spectator    
Language Department               
Modern Words and the Korean Language
   J. S. Gale                       
Hong Pong-Joo                   
Tobacco in Current Korean Stories
   W. Carl Rufus                    
Some Post Office Regulations        
Blazing The Trail—Earl Ray           
  Chapter X. Continued               
  Chapter XI. Martha’S Flight           
  Chapter XII. In Defence Of Woman        
Odds and Ends                   
Book Review                    






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Vol. I.    AUGUST, 1917   No. 8


Contents

 

Illustrations               
Entrance to Pool-gook Temple, Kyung-ju. Side view.
Ancient Stone Buddha,    Chin Chun, North Choong-Chung.
Education Twenty Years Ago            
Tea Rites                         
Difficulties of the Language            
Korea’S Noted Women—VI. Continued     
Disturbances Of Nature—Yi Ik            
Chosen Government General Ordinance-No.83
Why Read Korean Literature?         
A Flower of the Hills                 
Tribute to a Needle—Mrs. Yoo            
Old-Fashioned Marriage             
Pak’s Experiences                     
Blazing The Trail—Earl Ray             
Chapter XII.    Continued                 
Chapter XIII. Under the Care of a Protector         
Chapter XIV. A Search                 






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Vol. I.    SEPTEMBER, 1917   No. 9


Contents

 

Illustrations     
  The Manchoo Stone, Song-pa, Han River. Erected in 1638 and overthrown by Korean Patriots 1894.
   Koreans Taking a Rubbing from the Memorial Stone of Korea’s Favorite Saint and Scholar Yool-gok (1536-1584).
 
Editorial Notes                       
Difficulties of the Language                
The Whang-Ho River                     
Korea’s Noted Women—VII. Su-Su             
That Evil Spirit                    
Choon-Yang--Translated from the Korean       
   Preface—I  Rivers and Mountains
     II  The Vision of Choon-yang
TAN GOON                        
  The Triune Spirit—God—The Teaching of Tan-goon—Miraculous Proofs of Tan-goon’s Power—Places of Worship—The Tan Song of Tal-beik—Pocras.
BLAZING THE TRAIL,—Continued.            
  Chapter XIV. Continued.             
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Vol. I.    OCTOBER, 1917   No. 10


Contents

 

Illustrations 
   Market Scene, On the way to Chin-chun
   Chief of the Village, Puk-han
Ancient Burial in Korea                 
Korea’s Noted Women- VIII—Tak Moon-Koon         
Choon-Yang-Continued                  
  IV – Love’s Venture                    
  V– An Oriental Wedding                  
  VI–It Never Did Run Smooth             
My Dog—By Yi Kyoo-Po                 
Common Places—F. S. M.                  
Korean Stories
   A Bold Front                     
   An Uncanny Experience                 
Village Government in Old Korea             
Grind—Spectator                     
Blazing The Trail, X—Earl Ray
Chapter XVI—They Who Know No Fear         
                






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Vol. I.    NOVEMBER, 1917   No. 11


Contents

 

Anti-Foreign Tablet    
Editorial Notes                    
The Snow Yi Che-Hyun               
The Cat                        
Korean Arts and Crafts—S. T. Smith        
Korean Edict against Christianity         
Anti-Foreign Tablet—W. Carl Rufus        
Choonyang     continued                
VII.—Partings Are Sad                
VIII—Resignation                
The Opening of Korea—William Elliot Griffis
Blazing The Trall, XI—Earl Ray        
Chapter    XVI—They Who Know No Fear—Continued   
Chapter XVII— The Trial                
Chapter XVIII—The Law Interpreted            






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Vol. I.    DECEMBER, 1917   No. 12


Contents

 

Illustration     
   Kyungju Observatory (Oldest in Existence)
Editorial Notes                    
Poverty                        
A Trip to Kyungju—W. Carl Rufus        
Korea’s Receding Pantheon            
On a Friend’s Going into Exile—Yi Kyoo-Bo    
Song Ik Pil                        
    God                        
    On Being Satisfied                
Choon-Yang—Continued               
   IX.-The Glories of Office                
    X.-The World of the Dancing Girl            
Korean Arts And Crafts-II            
Blazing The Trail, XII—Earl Ray
  Chapter XVIII.—The Law Interpreted   
   Chapter XIX—Mr. Cho and Bali            
        






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