Wol Bi's Library

Gompertz, G. S. G. M. (1964). Korean Celadon and Other Wares of the Koryo Period. Thomas Yoseloff.

Mair, V. H., & Hoh, E. (2009). The true history of tea. Thames & Hudson.

Peltier, W. V., & Kirby, J. T. (2011). Ancient art of tea: Chinese tea masters share the wisdom and beauty of tea. Tuttle.

Shin, M. D., Lee, I., Miller, O., Park, J., & Yi Hyŏn-hye. (2016). Korean history in maps: From prehistory to the twenty-first century. Cambridge University Press.

Spengler, R. N. (2020). Fruit from the sands: The Silk Road origins of the foods we eat. University of California Press.

Wu, J., Blishen, T., & Lu, Y. (2017). An illustrated modern reader of the classic of tea. Better Link Press.

Xu, J., & Vermeersch, S. (2016). A Chinese traveler in medieval Korea: Xu Jing's illustrated account of the Xuanhe Embassy to koryǒ. University of Hawaiʻi Press.

Yi, M., & Ui-sun, C.-ui. (2010). Korean Tea Classics. (A. of Taize, Hong Kyŏng-hŭi, & S. D. Owyoung, Trans.). Seoul Selection.