[KS] . Korean movies - suggestions (Hea-Jin Park)

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Sun Jul 24 05:53:19 EDT 2011


Recently, it is rare to find any controversial banned Korean films. 
If you narrow 'the years' to '1960s' or else, you may find some case of censorship controversies of those periods.
You can find some English articles through Darcy Paquet's www.koreanfilm.org 
 
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> 1. Korean movies - suggestions (Hea-Jin Park)
> 2. Reading Between North Korea's Lines. The New York Times, July
> 21, 2011 (Kwang On Yoo)
> 3. North Korean security challenges: a net assessment (New book
> just out from IISS) (Afostercarter at aol.com)
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> Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2011 22:22:33 +1000
> From: Hea-Jin Park <hea-jin.park at anu.edu.au>
> To: koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws
> Subject: [KS] Korean movies - suggestions
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> Dear List Members,
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> I am seeking for some suggestions regarding Korean films. I am helping in the organisation of Korean film nights for the upcoming semester, and an idea we had was to showcase Korean movies which were controversially banned by Korean authorities over the years. We have an idea or two, but we would like to gather more titles so we can choose two films best suited for the students. Any suggestions will be very much appreciated.
> 
> Thank you very much in advance and best regards.
> 
> Hea-Jin
> 
> Hea-Jin Park
> PhD Candidate
> Australian National University? 
> ?
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> Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2011 05:23:06 -0500
> From: Kwang On Yoo <lovehankook at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [KS] Reading Between North Korea's Lines. The New York Times,
> July 21, 2011
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> Hell all,
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> I would like to share this article with you.
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> http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/22/world/asia/22iht-north22.html?pagewanted=1&tntemail1=y&emc=tnt
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> Thanks,
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> Kwang-On Yoo
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> Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2011 11:15:14 EDT
> From: Afostercarter at aol.com
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> Subject: [KS] North Korean security challenges: a net assessment (New
> book just out from IISS)
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> 22 July 2011 
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> Dear friends and colleagues, 
> 
> North Korean security challenges: a net assessment (IISS) 
> 
> I?d like to apprise those who follow North Korea of a major new book ? 
> published yesterday ? from the International Institute for Strategic Studies 
> (IISS) in their Strategic Dossier series: North Korean security challenges: 
> a net assessment. 
> More detail and links can be found at: 
> _http://www.iiss.org/publications/strategic-dossiers/north-korean-security-challenges-a-net-assessment/_ 
> (http://www.iiss.org/publications/strategic-dossiers/north-korean-security-challeng
> es-a-net-assessment/) * 
> This new study both updates and significantly expands IISS?s earlier 
> Dossier: North Korea's Weapons Programmes: A Net Assessment, published in 2004. 
> Almost twice as long as its predecessor, the new Dossier like the old one 
> offers the most comprehensive open-source stock-taking of the DPRK?s 
> military capacities. As before, separate chapters are devoted to nuclear arms; 
> chemical and biological weapons (CBW); ballistic missiles; the conventional 
> military balance on the peninsula; and a history of disarmament diplomacy. 
> There are also four wholly new chapters, of which only one ? on Pyongyang?
> s proliferation ? is primarily about weapons. Two more cover domestic 
> political dynamics and non-military security challenges: state crime, 
> abductions, refugees, human rights. The final chapter looks at the prospects for and 
> challenges of Korean reunification, among other potential scenarios. 
> In sum, this substantial work should interest not only those focused on 
> security in the narrow sense, but also anyone with an interest in North Korea?
> s dynamics and future prospects. 
> This Dossier is IISS?s second weighty contribution to DPRK studies in as 
> many months. In May their Adelphi series published Jonathan Pollack?s new 
> book No Exit: North Korea, Nuclear Weapons and International Security. See 
> _http://www.iiss.org/publications/adelphi-papers/adelphis-2011/north-korea-nucl
> ear-weapons-and-international-security/_ 
> (http://www.iiss.org/publications/adelphi-papers/adelphis-2011/north-korea-nuclear-weapons-and-international-se
> curity/) 
> Kind regards, and happy weekends, 
> Aidan FC 
> Aidan Foster-Carter 
> Honorary Senior Research Fellow in Sociology & Modern Korea, Leeds 
> University, UK 
> Flat 1, 40 Magdalen Road, Exeter, Devon, EX2 4TE, England, UK 
> T: (+44, no 0) 07970 741307 (mobile); 01392 257753 (home) Skype: 
> Aidan.Foster.Carter 
> E: _afostercarter at aol.com_ (mailto:afostercarter at aol.com) , 
> _afostercarter at yahoo.com_ (mailto:afostercarter at yahoo.com) W: _www.aidanfc.net_ 
> (http://www.aidanfc.net/) Twitter: @fcaidan 
> * IISS policy is not to name contributors, but I must declare an interest 
> here as but one of many hands. 
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