Korean bronze wares excavated from Izvestovka･Shkotovo･Anuchino in Primorye, Russia include Korean bronze swords(韓國式銅劍), Bronze mirror with knobs(多紐鏡), and Bronze engraver(銅釶). T he e lements of these artifacts common to Korean archaeological materials such as the pattern of straight lines engraved separately on the edgehe of the copper sword and the pattern of the Bronze mirror with knobs were observed, and it is analyzed that they were generally spread during the transition period between the Bronze mirror with coarse linear designs(多紐粗文鏡) and the Bronze mirror with fine linear designs(多紐細文鏡).
The Korean-style bronze ware of Russia was transmitted through the northeastern region of Korea (Hamgyeong-do area), and representative examples are the Korean-style bronze sword, Korean type bronze spearhead(銅矛), and Bronze mirror with knobs excavated from the ruins of Rihwa-dong in Hamheung and Ryongsan-ri in Geumya. These common archaeological materials are in a mutually beneficial relationship and parallel to the Russian Tuanjie-Krounovka culture. In particular, it is confirmed that the migration (propagation) of the group is not a simple imitation of the Korean bronze ware, but also the function of the object.
Also, the Izvestovka-Shkotovo ruins are located at an adjacent distance (about 12km in a straight line), so that exchanges between groups and It seems possible to share.
The archaeological data of Korea and Russia and the natural and geographical conditions are set as the transportation routes for both countries. The route between Korea and Russia is Hamheung→Slavankya →Shkotovo→Izvestovka (Krounovka) and Hamheung→Slavankya→ (Usurisk)→Anuchino. Judging from the current archaeological data, the Korean-style bronze ware excavated in Russia can be identified as the northernmost excavated object of Korean archaeological data. However, we look forward to future data on the insignificant excavation of Korean-style bronze ware in Primorye, Russia, and there is still ample room for parallel research.