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Shirsha Singh
11 Apr 2021
Views 11

1. Topic: Kim Deok-ryong 

2. Writer: West Bengal Team 3 

3. Short Explanation: We created a Wikipedia page on 'Kim Deok-ryong' in English. Kim Deok-ryeong (1567-1596) was a renowned Korean general known for his heroic and valiant acts during the Japanese invasions in mid-Joseon (the year of Imjin, 1592). His alias was Chungjang. “His life and acts are recorded in Yeollyeosilgisul (Narratives of Yeollyeosil) and story collections like Dongpaenaksong (Tales of the Eastern Kingdom for Repeated Recitation) and Daedonggimum (Strange Tales of the Great East).” It is believed that his story is an epic that tells about a national hero who was frustrated.

4. Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Deok-ryeong 

Baishakhee Chakraborty
11 Apr 2021
Views 14

1. Topic: Baet Nori

2. Writer: WBT (Leader: Baishakhee)

3. Short Explanation: Baet Nori is a ritual of artwork appreciation on boats.

4. Link: Baet Nori

Baishakhee Chakraborty
11 Apr 2021
Views 10

1. Topic: Dari Segi Nori

2. Writer: WBT (Leader: Baishakhee)

3. Short Explanation: A popular Korean traditional indoor game 

4. Link: Dari Segi Nori

Baishakhee Chakraborty
11 Apr 2021
Views 11

1. Topic: Bongjuknori

2. Writer: WBT (Leader: Baishakhee)

3. Short Explanation: A Korean traditional game

4. Link: Bongjuknori

Soumi Pathak
1 Apr 2021
Views 22

1. Topic: Gat Kimchi (갓김치)

2. Writer: West Bengal Team 4 (Ankita, Saheli, Soumi, Tithi)

3. Short Explanation: We created a Wikipedia page about Gat Kimchi (갓김치). This is a variety of Kimchi prepared with mustard leaves. A speciality of the Dolsan area in Yeosu (여수시), Jeollanam-do (전라남도)

4. Link: Gat Kimchi Wikipedia Page

Rupsa Nag
15 Mar 2021
Views 20

1. Topic: Five Grand Palaces of Seoul

2. Writer: WBT (Leader: Rupsa Nag)

3. Short Explanation: Based on the theme of Korean architecture, this article discusses the five grand palaces of Seoul. It has been translated to Bangla from the original English resources. 

4. Link: https://bn.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E0%A6%B8%E0%A6%BF%E0%A6%93%E0%A6%B2%E0%A7%87%E0%A6%B0_%E0%A6%AA%E0%A6%BE%E0%A6%81%E0%A6%9A%E0%A6%9F%E0%A6%BF_%E0%A6%B6%E0%A7%8D%E0%A6%B0%E0%A7%87%E0%A6%B7%E0%A7%8D%E0%A6%A0_%E0%A6%AA%E0%A7%8D%E0%A6%B0%E0%A6%BE%E0%A6%B8%E0%A6%BE%E0%A6%A6

Baishakhee Chakraborty
10 Mar 2021
Views 25

1. Topic: Josang

2. Writer: Adity, Jhelum, Purbasha, Sohini and Baishakhee

3. Short Explanation: A god worshipped in Shamanism

4. Link: Josang

Baishakhee Chakraborty
10 Mar 2021
Views 26

1. Topic: Madang-gut

2. Writer: Bijuri, Diksha, Ratula, Srijita and Baishakhee

3. Short Explanation: A type of Korean shamanic ritual

4. Link: Madang-gut

Baishakhee Chakraborty
10 Mar 2021
Views 17

1. Topic: Paengi-Chigi

2. Writer: Joy, Smritikana, Titir and Baishakhee 

3. Short Explanation: Traditional Korean game enjoyed by both young and old

4. Link: Paengi Chigi

Shirsha Singh
7 Mar 2021
Views 24

1. Topic: Magohalmi

2. Writer: West Bengal Team 3 

3. Short Explanation: We created a Wikipedia page on 'Magohalmi' in English. Magohalmi or Magohalmoni (lit. Grandmother Mago), is the Great Earth Mother Goddess in the Korean creation myth, who is believed to have created all of nature and carried out all the geographical formations at the beginning of the universe. 'Mago' is the Goddess' name and 'Halmi' is a title for a respectful old lady. 

4. Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draft:Magohalmi