LTEA 142 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: National Arts Festival, Prostitutes In South Korea For The U.S. Military, Old Money

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Lecture 12, 04.27.2018
Literary circles also encourage the production of content, following the models of works
produed  professioal authorized riters
People are encouraged to tell their stories (autobiography, reportage in their factory) and frame
their stor i a ideologiall orret a
Literary contests and publication manage to produce enthusiasm and increase popular
participation and consumption of official representations
1949 Natioal Arts Festial: Four ears after lieratio, the orkig asses hae alread
eoe reators of ulture
Separate sections for professionals and amateurs/circle members in the festival
Ubiquitous and irreconcilable distinction between culture without epithet, the cultural
productions of officially recognized artists, and mass culture, the works of amateur circles
aateurs ere preeted fro joiig the raks of the itelligetsia
If everyone becomes artists, then no one will work in the factories anymore
Peasants could not join the artists
Writers legitia i North Korea ae i part fro their professed ailit to speak for the
people, but what happens when the people can speak for themselves?
Cultural censorship
Language has a pragmatic power: it gives people an identity
Reflecting a reality and creating it through your discourse
Selecting symbols that are representative of the nation
Military camps, gender and popular entertainment in post-war South Korea
Flower in hell - 1958
~50,000 U.S. troops stationed in South Korea mostly around Seoul
Neorealist stle: o loatio filig, poert ad oo people i ap tos
Was popular due to the post WWI situatio → poor, destroed eiroet
A radical film for a time of radical changes?
Someone upset by a conservative discourse
Characters: hoodlums & prostitutes
Sex, naked bodies only four years after the first onscreen kiss
Americanization of lifestyle: canned food and drinks
If ou are ale to afford aed food/food that ot gie ou food poisoig, the ou ust e
wealthy
Fashion and distinction
Fashion acts as a social marker for the film director himself
A way to display his knowledge of international fashion trends and of his sese of taste
Old money vs new money
Sonya
The Wester priess
Prostitutes servicing American soldiers
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