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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 9th, 2016Thesis : 1)Kabo Reform2)Ewha Women’s School3)Ch’angyang Association4)Songchuk Association5)Yu Gwan-sun6)Korean women’s socialist Association7)Kunu Association8)Kim Myongsun9)Kim Wonju10)Na Hyesok11)A suspicious young Woman12)KyongHui13)Ibsen Doll’s House14)Shinyoja New Woman Changing Status of Women1910~1919-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 organizationsYu Kwan soon
-Participated in March 1 demonstrations-“Korea’s Joan of Arc”“mother and the guest” – Chu YosopHow does this film indicate the conflict between traditional virtues for women and modern life?Changing Status of Women1920~1945-1924 – YWCA established – promoted education and vocational training for women-1924 – Korean Women’s Socialist Association – emphasized need forgender 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 thewar 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 20thCenturyLiterary trends in the colonial period:
1.The Nationalist Literary Group2.The Socialist Literary Group3.The Foreign Literature Group4.The ModernistsYi 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 authorsKim Myong-soon-Born in 1896, Pyongyang-1917 – literary debut “A suspicious Young Woman” received critical acclaimKim Won-Ju-Born in 1896, Pyongyang-1919 – went to study in Japan – pursued a literary career