Table of contents for New Korean cinema / edited by Chi-Yun Shin and Julian Stringer.

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Table of Contents
Notes on Contributors
Introduction
JULIAN STRINGER
Part I: Forging a New Cinema
1. Contemporary Cultural Production in South Korea: Vanishing Meta-Narratives of
Nation
MICHAEL ROBINSON
2. The Korean Film Industry: 1992 to the Present
DARCY PAQUET
3. Globalization and New Korean Cinema
JEEYOUNG SHIN
4. Chunhyang: Marketing an Old Tradition in New Korean Cinema
HYANGJIN LEE
5. 'Cine-Mania' or Cinephilia: Film Festivals and the Identity Question
SOYOUNG KIM
Part II: Generic Transformations
6. Putting Korean Cinema in Its Place: Genre Classifications and the Contexts of
Reception
JULIAN STRINGER
7. Horror as Critique in Tell Me Something and Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance
KYU HYUN KIM
8. Two of a Kind: Gender and Friendship in Friend and Take Care of My Cat
CHI-YUN SHIN
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9. 'Just Because': Comedy, Melodrama, and Youth Violence in Attack the Gas Station
NANCY ABELMANN AND JUNG-AH CHOI
10. All at Sea?: National History and Historiology in Soul's Protest and Phantom, the
Submarine
CHRIS BERRY
Part III: Social Change and Civil Society
11. Peppermint Candy: The Will Not to Forget
AARON HAN JOON MAGNAN-PARK
12. The Awkward Traveler in Turning Gate
KYUNG HYUN KIM
13. Memento Mori and Other Ghostly Sexualities
ANDREW GROSSMAN AND JOORAN LEE
14. Interethnic Romance and Political Reconciliation in Asako in Ruby Shoes
HYE SEUNG CHUNG AND DAVID SCOTT DIFFRIENT
Glossary of Key Terms
CHI-YUN SHIN
Bibliography of Works on Korean Cinema
SOOJEONG AHN

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures -- Korea (South) -- History.