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Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Market videos at the Visual Anthropology Archive

It's time for Hunjangûi karûch'im to return to topics which have been its mainstay, or at least meant to be. I visited prof. Lee Mun-woon'g Visual Anthropology Archives after a long time, and found all kinds of interesting new pieces, especially the outtakes from the CD/DVD "Sound of the Seoul Marketplaces" (Sôul Sijangûi Sori, 2004), produced by the Seoul Museum of History. This seems to interesting that I give my endorsement for the snippets even though I've only just opened the number 6, Garak Market.

I've given direct links to the videos here. They should open in a new window. Seems they can't be directly downloaded, but I could copy the files from the temporary internet files folder.

1) Gwangjang Market (7:01)

2) Dongdaemun Clothing Market (3:04)

3) Traditional Market (chaerae sijang) (10:38)

4) Gyeongdong Market (4:03)

5) Namdaemun Market (2:02)

6) Garak Market (5:59)

The 50-minute CD/DVD can be purchased, but on that I don't have any details.

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