From the fifth through the eighth centuries, the “Golden Kingdom" of Silla reflected Korea’s dynamic interaction with neighboring and distant civilizations, including Tang China, Japan, India, and even Mediterranean cultures. Two important artistic traditions—lavish gold ornaments and Buddhist sculpture highlight ancient Korea's place in the global phenomenon known as the Silk Road. An illustrated lecture by curator Soyoung Lee of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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