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Which Chinese philosophy formed the basis for Korea's government during the Tang dynasty?

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    A. Chan Buddhism B. Confucianism C. Daoism D. Shinto

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    I can positively say that C and D are wrong. I doubt that Koreans have ever widely practiced Confucianism, as far as my knowledge goes. During the Tang Dynasty, I know that Koreans practiced a form of Buddhism, but I'm not exactly sure if it was Chan Buddhism. I'd have to say A, Chan Buddhism.

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