1 edition of Korean tea classics found in the catalog.
Korean tea classics
|Statement||by Hanjae Yi Mok and the Venerable Cho-ui ; [translated by] Brother Anthony of Taizé, Hong Kyeong-Hee, Steven D. Owyoung|
|Contributions||Ŭisun, 1786-1866, Anthony, of Taizé, Brother, 1942-, Hong, Kyŏng-hŭi, 1957-, Owyoung, Steven D.|
|LC Classifications||GT2907.K6 Y56 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||2011496553|
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Most of the books about tea published across the world in recent years make no mention of the tea produced in Korea. Likewise, people who study the literary texts inspired by tea in earlier centuries usually only know of the works written in China and Japan.5/5(3).
Korean Tea Classics Author: Brother Anthony of Taizé, Hong Keong-Hee, Steven D. Owyoung; Most of the books about tea published across the world in recent years make no mention of the tea produced in Korea. Likewise, people who study the literary texts inspired by tea in earlier centuries usually only know of the works written in China and.
Korean Tea Classics by Hanjae Yi Mok and the Venerable Cho-ui It is an excellent read packed with useful and informative information about all facets of Korean Tea. Remember that no book can cover the whole subject as broad as tea in one publication and this book is an excellent opening.
After reading this book you will surely go on to find /5(5). "The Book of Korean Tea A Guide to the History, Culture and Philosophy of Korean Tea and The Tea Ceremony" is a pioneering and excellent cultural guide about Korea, Korean tea and Korean tea ceremonies. The history, culture, philosophy, tea and tea ceremony are marvelously woven together to capture the true spirit of the Korean tea culture.5/5(4).
Even though this book is obviously Korean in its content it also may be extrapolated to any tea tradition. Thoughtful translation and interpretation is rendered throughout the book and when reading, it becomes a meditation on tea and beyond.
Make yourself some tea, sit down and prepare to 5/5. Written by Cho Ui; this book, like the other Korean tea classics, was written in literary Chinese. This short volume (1, characters) is divided into 22 sections including: Picking Tea, Making Tea, Tea Differentiation, Tea Storage, Fire, Boil, Use of Old or Tender Boiled Water, Brew Method, Placing Tea, Drinking Tea.
In each gathering, Yoon Hee shares the history and evolution of the tea cultures of Asia and Europe. A lifelong student of the Way of Tea, she is dedicated to sharing her love of this special beverage through the ancient practices of Chinese gong fu tea service, Japanese tea arts, and the Korean tea ceremony.
Previously, we looked at a broad overview of Korean tea books both classical and modern. When we examine the contents of Cho Ui’s book Dongdasong (Praise for Eastern Tea) 《東茶頌》, we can learn many things about Cho Ui himself.
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The Korean tea ceremony or darye (茶禮) is a traditional form of tea ceremony practiced in literally refers to "etiquette for tea" or "tea rite" and has been kept among Korean people for over a thousand years.
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