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Kim, Kyung Hyun Virtual hallyu : Korean cinema of the global era (Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press) xviii, 255 p., 2014 pp 101-122 Dima Mironenko (2016) North Koreans at the movies: cinema of fits and starts and the rise of chameleon spectatorship. Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema 8:1 (2016) pp. 25-44 Kim, Immanuel, Comedy and Ideology in My Family’s Problem in Korean Screen Cultures: Interrogating Cinema, TV, Music and Online games , edited by Andrew Jackson and Colette Balmain, Oxford: Peter Lang, December 2015 ‘DPRK Film, Order No. 2 7 and the Acousmatic Voice,’ in Korean Screen Cultures: Interrogating Cinema, TV, Music and Online games , edited by Andrew Jackson and Colette Balmain, Oxford: Peter Lang, December 2015: pp. 161–175. Kim, Immanuel, ‘Snow Melts in Spring: another look at the North Korean film industry’, Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema , 2015 Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 41–56, Petersen, Martin, ‘A New Deal: Graphic Novel Representations of Food Issues in Post- famine North Korea’, Korea Yearbook 2012, Leiden: Brill: pp.181-208. Epstein, Stephen (2003), ‘Encountering North Korean Fiction: The Origins of the Future’, Words without Borders , September 2003 (Writing from North Korea) available at: < http://wordswithoutborders.org/issue/september-2003 >; accessed July 2014. David-West, Alzo, ‘The Literary Ideas of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il: An introduction to North Korean Meta-authorial Perspectives’ in Cultural Logic , pp. 1-31. Pihl, Marshall R. (1977), ‘Engineers of the Human Soul: North Korean Literature Today’, Korean Studies 1, pp. 63-92. Epstein, Stephen (2003), ‘Encountering North Korean Fiction: The Origins of the Future’, Words without Borders , September 2003 (Writing from North Korea) available at: < http://wordswithoutborders.org/issue/september-2003 >; accessed July 2014. Green, Christopher and Stephen Epstein, ‘Now On My Way to Meet Who? South Korean Television, North Korean Refugees, and the Dilemmas of Representation’, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus 11:2 (October 14, 2013).
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Petersen, Martin, ‘Sleepless in the DPRK: Graphic Negotiations of “Family” in the True Identity of Pear Blossom’, Scandinavian Journal of Comic Art (SJOCA) 1:2 (Autumn 2012): pp. 31-58. Petersen, Martin, ‘Patriots behind Enemy Lines: Hyperreality and the Stories of Self and Other in Recent North Korean War-Theme Graphic Novels’, Journal of Korean Studies 18:2, (Fall 2013): pp. 371-402 Petersen, Martin, ‘The Downfall of a Model Citizen?: Family Background in North Korean Graphic Novels’, Korean Studies 36, (2012): pp. 83-122
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