South Korean Film

South Korean Film

Critical and Primary Sources

Yoo, Hyon Joo (The University of Vermont, USA)

Bloomsbury Publishing Plc


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An indispensable reference collection focusing on the most important contributions in the field of South Korean film.
I. Modernity in Golden Age South Korean Cinema Soyoung Kim "Questions of Woman's Film: The Maid, Madam Freedom, and Women" in Postcolonial Classics of Korean Cinema. Ed. C. Choi. Irvine: Korean Film Festival Committee at the UC Irvine (1998). Kelly Jeong "Nation Rebuilding and Postwar South Korean Cinema: The Coachman and The Stray Bullet" in Kelley Jeong Crisis of Gender and the Nation in Korean Literature and Cinema: Modernity Arrives Again, Lexington Books (2010). Steven Chung "Regimes within Regimes: Film and Fashion in the Korean 1950s" in Steven Chung Split Screen Korea: Shin Sang-ok and Postwar Cinema. University of Minnesota Press (2014). Chris Berry "Scream and Scream Again: Korean Modernity as a House of Horrors in the Films of Kim Ki-young" in Seoul Searching: Culture and Identity in Contemporary Korean Cinema. Ed. Frances Gateward. Albany: SUNY Press (2007). II. New Korean Cinema Kyung Hyun Kim "Lethal Work: Domestic Space and Gender Troubles in Happy End and The Housemaid" in South Korean Golden Age Melodrama: Gender, Genre, and National Cinema. Eds. Kathleen McHugh & Nancy Abelmann. Wayne State University Press (2005). Kyung Hyun Kim "Virtual Landscapes: Soponje, The Power of Kangwon Province, and The Host" in Kyung Hyun Kim Virtual Hallyu: Korean Cinema of the Global Era. Duke University Press (2011). Hyon Joo Yoo "Transnational Cultural Production and the Politics of Moribund Masculinity" in positions: east asia cultures critique, vol.16, no.3 (2008). Hyon Joo Yoo "The Incurable Feminine: Women without a Country in East Asian Cinema" in The Trans-Pacific Imagination: Rethinking Boundary, Culture and Society. Eds. Naoki Sakai & Hyon Joo Yoo. World Scientific Publishing (2012). Youngmin Choe "Postmemory DMZ in South Korean Cinema, 1999-2003" in The Journal of Korean Studies, vol. 18. no.2 (2013). Jinhee Choi "Blockbusters, Korean Style" in Jinhee Choi The South Korean Film Renaissance. Wesleyan University Press (2010). III. South Korean Auteurs in a Global Era David E. James "Im Kwon-Taek: Korean National Cinema and Buddhism" in Im Kwon-Taek: The Making of a Korean National Cinema. Eds. David E. James & Kyung Hyun Kim. Wayne State University Press (2002). Todd McGowan "Affirmation of the Lost Object: Peppermint Candy and the End of Progress" in symploke, vol 15, no.1-2 (2007). Hye Seung Chung "Beyond Extreme': Re-reading Kim Ki-duk's Cinema of Ressentiment" in Journal of Film and Video, vol 62, no.1-2 (2010). David Scott Diffrient "The Unbearable Lightness of Hong Sang-soo's HaHaHa: Awkward Humor, Nervous Laughter, and Self Critique in Contemporary Korean Comedy" in New Review of Film and Television Studies, vol. 12, no. 1, (2014). Joseph Jonghyun Jeon "Residual Selves: Trauma and Forgetting in Park Chan-wook's Oldboy" in positions: east asia cultures critique, vol 17. No.3 (2009). Christina Klein "Why American Studies Needs to Think about Korean Cinema, or, Transnational Genres in the Films of Bong Joon-ho" in American Quarterly, vol. 60, no.4 (2008). Michelle Cho "Genre, Translation, and Transnational Cinema: Kim Jee-woon's The Good, the Bad, the Weird" in Cinema Journal, vol.54, no.3 (2015).
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