National Geographic : 1945 Oct
Locked in Stocks: His Treatment for Insanity Japan did nothing about Korea's insane. Some were chained. This man has been violent. His family locked him up, trusting the "evil spirit" would tire of confinement and leave the body. When gangrene threatened, the patient was taken to an American doctor. He poses in reconstructed stocks. Willard Price Korea's Prides: Alphabet and Movable Metal Type That his people might learn toread, oneoftheearly kings directed the creation of a phonetic alphabet. The king, too, ordered movable metal type faces, anticipating Gutenberg'sinvention byhalf acentury (page 441). Japan suppressed both accomplishments. Shefoisted herown language onKoreans.