Undoubtedly, at different times of the history of Korea's status and position nobi it was different, and in the early era nobi could be "slaves" in the conventional sense of the word. However, for most of the Korean history, despite the fact that nobi were not personally free, and could become the object of sale, they had the right to property, and in the later Middle Ages individual nobi were privately owned other such nobi and could have great material wealth than the free population. Some nobi like personally free population paid taxes and performed labor service.
Devi : Volume 1 of 20 - Bhairavi
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