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Wednesday, April 07, 2004

Video material on Korean culture

I have every now and then referred to and linked to the material in professor Lee Moon-wung's Visual Anthropology Archive at the homepage of the SNU anthro department. There are for example interesting collections of photos from 1950s and 1960s Korea - and this is not the first time I give these links.

Did some looking around in the archive which is bigger than I knew, with for example links to huge number of videos (streams, not downloadable) made by commercial producers like TV companies and by students in university courses.

Jjajangmyôn hyôlt'u (Jjajangmyôn battle), of the fierce competition between "Chinese" restaurants during the lunch hour. Anthro majors' class work, length 12.50.

Free Market - the flea market at Hongdae. Anthro majors' class work, length 12 min.

Korean material in the general category of videos.

"Daechi-dong, Mecca of Private Education". Produced and aired originally by SBS, length 7:21.

"Five-day market", produced and originally aired by KBS, length 23:35. (Five-day market or o-il chang means periodic markets held every five days.)

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