This is a guide book to the Hankuk Kiwon, a.k.a. the Korean Baduk Association. It's pretty much what you would expect: a history of the KBA, general KBA info, Korean rules, Korean players, Korean tournaments, and a few professional games with limited commentary.
I would only recommend this to people who are particularly interested in Korean go. If you're living in Korea, I suppose you may find the list of local branches useful, and it has pictures of all the players so you can see what they look like, but there's very little here of interest to the general go fan.
Read Robert Jasiek's review.
Last modified: Sun Aug 10 20:53:47 PDT 2003