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[Arts]
[Contemporary Korean Arts 7] Coexisting Differences : Women Artists in Contemporary Korean Art 한국의 여성 미술가
by Jin Whui-yeon
   176 p
   July, 2012
   10,000 KRW
Contemporary Korean Arts Series 7 Leading Contemporary Women Artists from Korea A Discourse on “Difference” and “Coexistence” Korea become one of the most exuberant and productive centers in the world art scene. A number of artists are actively participating in the ...


[Arts]
[Contemporary Korean Arts 6] K-POP : Roots and Blossoming of Korean Popular Music 한국의 대중 음악
by Kim Chang Nam
   160 p
   July, 2012
   10,000 KRW
Contemporary Korean Arts Series 6 K-POP How it became the global craze K-pop, referred to pop and dance music performed by idol groups mainly targeted at teens, has been expanding in popularity beyond Asia to Europe and South America. It was the 1990s when this school of m ...


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[Contemporary Korean Arts 5] Dancing Korea : New Waves of Choreographers and Dance Companies 춤추는 한국
by Kim Malborg
   136 p
   July, 2012
   10,000 KRW
Contemporary Korean Arts Series 5 Contemporary Korean Dancers and Dance Companies An Overview of Past and Present Koreans have always enjoyed and appreciated dance. In the past, Korean dance was intimately rooted in people’s everyday lives, and the ideas that governed ev ...


[Arts]
[Contemporary Korean Arts 3] Harmonia Koreana: A Short History of 20th-century Korean Music 20세기 한국 음악
by Kim Choon Mee
   128 p
   June, 2011
   10,000 KRW
Contemporary Korean Arts Series 3 Harmonia Koreana: A Short History of 20th-century Korean Music is a brief overview of how Western classical music was introduced and developed in Korea. This book tells about the distinguishing features of the Korean composer's musical wo ...


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[Contemporary Korean Arts 2] Diaspora: Korean Nomadism 디아스포라
by Kim Jung-rak
   160 p
   June, 2011
   10,000 KRW
Contemporary Korean Arts Series 2 Innumerable artists leave their home countries to carry out works and projects as they wander in various countries. They gain strengths in other places and create new art. Unlike nomads who simply had to wander to survive, or the diaspora who ...


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[Contemporary Korean Arts 1] Daehangno: Theater District in Seoul 대학로
by Lee Chin A
   128 p
   June, 2011
   10,000 KRW
Contemporary Korean Arts Series 1 Daehangno is generally called a street of youth. However, it does not mean it is only frequented by young people. Daehangno is where the youthful passion of elderly artists is still tangible, where the youthful ardor of retired professors is s ...
 
 
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