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New Korean Wave by Dal Yong Jin (review)

New Korean Wave by Dal Yong Jin (review) to creating a larger space for and attention to of narratives, and amplified by its place in cin­ queer representations in cinema and society ema around the world. at large. Ultimately, the authors make a strong case that queer cinema cannot be confined; it joanna randall is fluid and pervasive, active in a diverse array California State University, Los Angeles NEW KOREAN WAVE Dal Yong Jin. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2016, 232 pp. Hallyu, or “Korean Flow,” describes the wave historical, political, and cultural precedents of Korean pop culture that has recently gained that allowed the South Korean culture indus­ global recognition. According to author Dal tries to flourish in the late 1990s and early Yong Jin, the New Korean Wave (Hallyu 2.0) 2000s. He then goes on to explain the dif­ started around 2008, with the convergence ferences between Hallyu 1.0 and Hallyu 2.0 of Korean creative cultural content and (the New Korean Wave) and the governmental digital technology. Psy’s 2012 global sensa­ policies behind each phase. He discusses the tion “Gangnam Style” exemplifies the spirit flow of popular culture between Korea and of Hallyu 2.0. It shares characteristics with other countries, especially between Korea and earlier http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Film and Video University of Illinois Press

New Korean Wave by Dal Yong Jin (review)

Journal of Film and Video , Volume 70 (3) – Aug 24, 2018

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University of Illinois Press
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Abstract

to creating a larger space for and attention to of narratives, and amplified by its place in cin­ queer representations in cinema and society ema around the world. at large. Ultimately, the authors make a strong case that queer cinema cannot be confined; it joanna randall is fluid and pervasive, active in a diverse array California State University, Los Angeles NEW KOREAN WAVE Dal Yong Jin. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2016, 232 pp. Hallyu, or “Korean Flow,” describes the wave historical, political, and cultural precedents of Korean pop culture that has recently gained that allowed the South Korean culture indus­ global recognition. According to author Dal tries to flourish in the late 1990s and early Yong Jin, the New Korean Wave (Hallyu 2.0) 2000s. He then goes on to explain the dif­ started around 2008, with the convergence ferences between Hallyu 1.0 and Hallyu 2.0 of Korean creative cultural content and (the New Korean Wave) and the governmental digital technology. Psy’s 2012 global sensa­ policies behind each phase. He discusses the tion “Gangnam Style” exemplifies the spirit flow of popular culture between Korea and of Hallyu 2.0. It shares characteristics with other countries, especially between Korea and earlier

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Journal of Film and VideoUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Aug 24, 2018

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