The scroll is of three parts. The first part is a title page written by the Chinese minister, Wang Shuan, the second includes two six-letter poems exchanged between Jeong and Ni Quan and 35 other poems that were written by hand and lastly, an epilogue.
This significant find shows the cultural exchange between the two countries and provides important historical evidence of early Joseon calligraphy styles.
Name: Collection of Poems by the Ming Envoys
and Joseon Scholars
Period: Joseon 1450 King Sejong regime
Status: Treasure No. 1404
Location: National Museum of Korea
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