Chinese/Korean printers Invented Movable Type Centuries Before Gutenberg?

M. Sophia Neumann writes on lithub about the fact that in Korea, a scholar and civil minister named Choe Yun-Ui was using movable type to print books around the year 1234. However, due to Korea being under siege, the technology and knowledge of the technology never really made it out of the country. “The innovation… Continue reading Chinese/Korean printers Invented Movable Type Centuries Before Gutenberg?