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01:574:230 Introduction to Korean Cinema and Cinematic Language 

Description: Cinematic development in Postcolonial Korea. Topics include depictions of traditional and contemporary Korea in films, reflecting political, social, and cultural changes.

Number of Credits: 3

Prerequisites: None

Semesters Offered: Fall 

Topics: Depiction of Korean traditional culture, postwar Korea and contemporary Korea in film.

Expected Work: Attendance, discussion and quizzes

Exams: Midterm assignment and final paper

 

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