[KS] Koreanstudies Digest, Vol 122, Issue 20

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Fri Aug 30 04:08:58 EDT 2013

You can use Korean Movie Data Base System (http://www.kmdb.or.kr).

Korean Film Archives(한국영상자료원) provides VOD service of its collection. 

Its website is http://www.koreafilm.or.kr/index.asp 


If you want to purchase DVDs of Korean films, you can use 'Seoul Selection' or 'Kyobo Bookstore website'. 

They may have international delivery service. 



Noh, Kwang Woo

The Research Institute for Information and Culture
Korea University
Anam-dong, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-701 
Republic of Korea


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> I am looking for two recent films "Grandmother's Flower" (documentary) and Jiseul (film). I see that at least one is available for purchase, though only in dvds from Korea or US, where most resources are concentrated in. It may take a long while for me to obtain these materials by regular mail. I wonder if there is some kind of online database or loan system, where we can buy these films or access them as pay-per-view films for educational use. Please respond to my email skhwang3 at gmail.com and not to the list. Thank you. 
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