Futurejapanese didnt care much about koreans

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future>>Japanese didn’t care much about korean’s education >>>cultural movement >>education) Teach leaders from YMCA or YWCA >>then send out to countryside for education >> no school to teach but a lot of children to be taught >> used church as a place >> surplus (only 80 out of 150) Chae & Pak tonghyuk – romance story but keep the cultural affair in the story Problem – Japanese oppression and the farmers’ reluctance Sim Hun (evergreen) * (Yi sang – Wings) Wings, grow again! Let me fly, fly, fly ; let me fly once more.
Let me try then once again. >>I am a wing>>gotta fly (last phrase) (background of your education is important >>affects huge for your works >>background matters)
February 9 th , 2016 Thesis : 1) Kabo Reform 2) Ewha Women’s School 3) Ch’angyang Association 4) Songchuk Association 5) Yu Gwan-sun 6) Korean women’s socialist Association 7) Kunu Association 8) Kim Myongsun 9) Kim Wonju 10)Na Hyesok 11)A suspicious young Woman 12)KyongHui 13)Ibsen Doll’s House 14)Shinyoja New Woman Changing Status of Women 1910~1919 - Korean women’s active roles and the anti-colonial movement - 1913 – Songchuk Association, consisted of women who had attaended Ewha Hakdang - March 1 Movement – would not have been possible without the work of women’s organizations Yu Kwan soon
- Participated in March 1 demonstrations - “Korea’s Joan of Arc” “mother and the guest” – Chu Yosop How does this film indicate the conflict between traditional virtues for women and modern life? Changing Status of Women 1920~1945 - 1924 – YWCA established – promoted education and vocational training for women - 1924 – Korean Women’s Socialist Association – emphasized need for gender equality - 1927 – Keunu Association – Nationalist group - Women under colonization were under double slavery – 1 from colonization, 1 from house (inhouse work) - 1937 war between Japan and China - Colonial government mobilized Korean men and women to serve the war effort - Men were drafted into the Japanese Army - Women were compelled to work in factories - “Comfort Corprs” – all single women between 12 and 40 were eligible Women and Literature in the early 20 th Century Literary trends in the colonial period:
1. The Nationalist Literary Group 2. The Socialist Literary Group 3. The Foreign Literature Group 4. The Modernists Yi Kwangsu - Born in 1892, lost his parents in the age of 11, went to Japan to study, came back to Korea as a teacher, went back to Japan to study, came back to Korea>> was an important person for the independent movement - 1918 – novel Heartless (mujong) serialized in the Daily News (Maeil Shinbo) - Considered to be the first modern novel in Korea - Heartless deals with conflicts of love and new civilization (romantic love, love of God, love for a country) Tolstoy of Korea The New Women (SinyoSong) Ideal - Intellectuals educated in the modern way - 1920s – ‘New Women” ideals promoted in works of Korean women authors Kim Myong-soon - Born in 1896, Pyongyang - 1917 – literary debut “A suspicious Young Woman” received critical acclaim Kim Won-Ju - Born in 1896, Pyongyang - 1919 – went to study in Japan – pursued a literary career

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