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The Gyeonggi Massif, Korea, consists of basement gneisses and supracrustal rocks migmatized to varying degrees. We conducted a petrologic-geochronologic study of the Mount Cheonggye gneisses, located in the western part of the Gyeonggi Massif, and we discuss the crustal evolution of the massif based on our results combined with a compilation of available data from the literature. Mineral assemblages and reaction textures in cordierite-garnet-biotite gneisses suggest a composite pressure-temperature path defined by two clockwise trajectories, M1 and M2. Pseudosection modeling constrains M1 peak metamorphic conditions as ~10.5 kbar and 840– 860 °C, followed by M...

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