Korean music , the art concerned with combining vocal or instrumental sounds for beauty of form or emotional expression, specifically as it is carried out in Korea , or the Korean peninsula, where a strong indigenous tradition has been influenced by the Chinese and the Mongols. On a map the Korean peninsula, which comprises the countries of North Korea and South Korea , looks like a finger pointing from the top of China down to the lower part of Japan. But beneath these reflections lies a deeper core of indigenous musical styles that, at first hearing, seem most strange to the ear of listeners with preconceived notions as to what East Asian music sounds like. Archaeological sources indicate that various Mongol peoples from northern Asia did indeed occupy areas of Korea from at least bce , and Chinese writings show that their people and armies were active in Korea from the period of the Chinese Han dynasty bce — ce on.
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