- The Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project (KSCPP) has a small but growing list of publications. My pick from them is Fifty Wonders of Korea I and II.
- As mentioned in the Korean History Journals post, a new online journal called Korean Histories has appeared and is available free of charge. Check out the 1.1.2010 issue.
- Recently featured in a Korean newspaper (can't seem to remember which one at the moment) is Professor Wongtack Hong's website. My pick is his East Asian History: A Triploar Approach.
- The Internet Archive also has many books available as does Google Books. But before you start searching, Brother Anthony has already compiled and linked a sea of old books on Korea. An incredibly helpful list for sure!
- Korea National Tourism Organization (KNTO) also has some propaganda-laden tour guides and books for free. So does Korea.net's publication library which would have to be best for Korean government-approved free ebooks. Worth mentioning is Korean History for International Citizens, the multilingual Facts About Korea and an understandably pro-Korean stance on the History of Dokdo.
- Speaking of Dokdo and Japan-Korea relations, I suspect after I really dig into the Northeast Asian Foundation, I'll post a summary. Till then, their The Truth of Japanese Military "Comfort Women" is good reading. I downloaded it a while back on Korea.net but I can't seem to find the link now. UPDATE: found it.
- Continuing in the vein of polished "good-side" texts, VANK has got plenty to read. You remember them, right?
- KBS World has even contributed by writing up a History of Korea as well as a Korean History 101 series.
- Finally, I've personally never used this Nate site but I've read that it has some Korean language pdfs.
If you know any other resources, please let me know!