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- n. A traditional Korean medical typology which divides peopel in four types based on their bio-psycho-social traits ; Tae-Yang, So-Yang, Tae-Eum and So-Eum type.
- n. A traditional Korean medical system theorized by Lee Jae-ma in his book Dong-eui-soo-se-bo-won (The principle of life preservation in oriental medicine) in 1894. Sasang typology provides type-specific treatment with acupuncture, traditional medical herbs and others.
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