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Kim Won-yong (1922–1993) was a South Korean archaeologist and art historian. Noted in the discipline of Korean archaeology and ancient art history (Yoon 2006), he was one of the first people recognized as an archaeologist in Korea to receive a Doctor of Philosophy degree.

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  • Kim Wonyong (김원용, 1922-1993) est un archéologue coréen et aussi un historien d’art. Son nom est « Kim » et son prénom « Wonyong ». Il a contribué au développement de nouvelles méthodes d'archéologie en Corée du Sud après la guerre. Il est le premier à avoir mené des recherches sur la chronologie de la poterie coréenne. Il a systématisé les nouveaux savoirs archéologiques en Corée du Sud.
  • Kim Won-yong (1922–1993) was a South Korean archaeologist and art historian. Noted in the discipline of Korean archaeology and ancient art history (Yoon 2006), he was one of the first people recognized as an archaeologist in Korea to receive a Doctor of Philosophy degree.
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  • Kim Wonyong (김원용, 1922-1993) est un archéologue coréen et aussi un historien d’art. Son nom est « Kim » et son prénom « Wonyong ». Il a contribué au développement de nouvelles méthodes d'archéologie en Corée du Sud après la guerre. Il est le premier à avoir mené des recherches sur la chronologie de la poterie coréenne. Il a systématisé les nouveaux savoirs archéologiques en Corée du Sud.
  • Kim Won-yong (1922–1993) was a South Korean archaeologist and art historian. Noted in the discipline of Korean archaeology and ancient art history (Yoon 2006), he was one of the first people recognized as an archaeologist in Korea to receive a Doctor of Philosophy degree. Kim graduated from New York University in 1959 and was known in the latter part of his career as the "Doyen of Korean Archaeology" (Nelson 1995). He, along with others such as Kim Jeong-hak (Korea University), Kim Jae-won (Seoul National University), Kim Jung-bae (Korea University), Kim Jong-gi, Son Bo-gi (Yonsei University), and Lee Eun-chang are pioneers of modern Korean academia who were influenced not only by the discipline of archaeology but history, art history, architecture, and Korean philosophy.
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