[KS] Korean historical documentaries

Sunjoo Kim sunjookim1 at hotmail.com
Thu Mar 13 09:37:59 EDT 2008

I believe the Korea Foundation supply some audio/visual teaching materials. 
Check out its website - Internet Resources on Korean Studies section. Its 
overseas office in Washington DC might be able to ship some materials to 


Sun Joo Kim

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From: James C Schopf <jcschopf at hotmail.com>
Reply-To: Korean Studies Discussion List <koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws>
To: Korean Studies Discussion List <koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws>
Subject: [KS] Korean historical documentaries
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 16:10:14 -0700

Hello List Members:

Would anyone know of any good historical film documentaries dealing with 
interesting figures or periods in Korea's past?
I'm teaching a course on East Asian civilization for the first time and 
would like to provide the students with some visual
learning aids as well.

Also, I wonder if any might have heard of a Chinese or Japanese Studies 
discussion list, similar to this one?

Thanks for your help,

James C Schopf

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