Yeonhaengrok (연행록/ 燕行錄) refers to official and unofficial travel journals written for 700 years from Koryo dynasty to Josen dynasty (13th-19th century) by Korean ambassadors and entourages visiting China. It contains all of what they saw, heard, felt and surveyed during their trips, including various eyewitness accounts of Chinese customs and contains detailed records of diplomatic ties, culture and systems regarding China. The content is written in Chinese characters and contains text documents and images, in total 220,000 items which are searchable or can be browsed by century, king and author.
On trial until 28 February 2018
Interface in English and Korean, content in Chinese