Sijo is a Korean verse form that contains three lines of 14 to 16 syllables each. Each line is broken in the middle with a caesura, and each half line should contain no less than five syllables. A situation or problem is presented in line 1, followed by a development or turn in line 2 and a resolution in line 3.
Submit to this category sites that are wholly or predominantly devoted to the sijo. Sites that contain a few sijo among other poems should be submitted to one of the less specialized categories, such as "Fixed Verse Forms," "Poetic Forms," or "Poetry."