A Cool Podcast – Modern Korean Literature: Searching for Identity at Home and in the World: Romance in New Fiction

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From the Korea Society’s Podcast Webpage:

On February 17, 2011, The Korea Society’s Korea In-Depth Lecture Series hosted scholar Ann Choi Wan for a lecture entitled, “Modern Korean Literature: Searching for Identity at Home and in the World.” Wan contrasted the themes of romantic love and individualism in the first “modern” Korean novels with earlier genres, which were heavily influenced by Confucian values of social harmony. The 2011 Korea In-Depth Lecture Series by noted scholars of the history, politics, literature, art, and architecture of Korea is supported by a grant from the New York Council for the Humanities.

It can be downloaded here: Modern Korean Literature: Searching for Identity at Home and in the World

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