For more sites, please search Naver which is one of the best search engines in Korea. If you know Korean and if you can read Korean at your screen, please use this search engine. To read Korean at your screen, refer to http://khc.hongik.ac.kr/kletter.htm at the KHC.
The Korean Historical Connection (KHC) provides fairly comprehensive searchable bibliographies and documents on Korean, Asian and European histories written in Korean (in English and Korean).
The Chosun Daily Newspaper is one of the biggest newspapers in Korea. The articles of the newspaper are searchable (in Korean).
The Committee is the major national research institution on Korean History. It has searchable bibliography on Korean History (in Korean).
Gyu Jang Kak has thousands of historical documents on Korea. It provides many convenient services (in Korean).
This site is managed by Professor Taesik Kim at Hong-Ik University. His major field is Kaya in ancient Korea (in Korean).
Henny Savenije translated Hamel's journal from Dutch into English and added some other historical fact and maps. "The first authoritative translation of Hamel's Journal and a Description of the Kingdom of Korea, 1653-1666 made directly from the original Dutch manuscript by Br. Jean-Paul Buys of the Taize Community was recently published by the Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch." (in Korean and English)
The Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) is the biggest company in its kind in Korea (in Korean and English).
A Window of Korea (An Introduction to Korea run by Joonang Daily Newspaper)
The Korean Joongang Daily Newspaper is one of the biggest newspapers in Korea (in English).