In the 16th century, it was common in Korea to play Sunjang Baduk.
From the early nineties on, through the efforts of the older master Cho Hun-hyeon and his disciple Yi Ch'ang-Ho, who by then overtook the professional Go scene, Korean Go or baduk has revolutionized the entire Go world, as well on the level of tournament results, as on the level of knowledge (opening theory, shape, style). The following pages describe different aspects of baduk.
- Korean Rules
- Korean Go Terms
- List of Korean names
- Korean names
- Korean scoring
- Korean Dominance Discussion – Patrick Traill: where is this? link please!
- Korean Go Books
- Hankuk Kiwon - the Korean Baduk Association
- Baduk TV
- Korean Go Servers
 Source: 바둑 in English Wiktionary. For sound samples of the pronunciation of the symbols, see the IPA page in Korean Wiktionary – there /p/ sounds more explosive than /b/, /a/ is long and /u/ is a deep sound roughly as in English who. For a sound sample of the word, listen to 바둑 and baduk at forvo.com with headphones or good loudspeakers.