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  • P-ISSN0023-3900
  • E-ISSN2733-9343

Globalization and Cinema Regionalization in East Asia

Korea Journal, (P)0023-3900; (E)2733-9343
2005, v.45 no.4, pp.233-260
(National University of Singapore)
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Abstract

In a region where, for a long time, international cultural flow between neighbors were scarce and thus, where regionally common popular culture was arguably American mass culture, a cultural flow between Korea, Taiwan, Japan, China, and other countries have recently and increasingly become active. More television dramas, films, and pop music from one of these countries are consumed in their neighbors, and co-production between these countries is in vogue. What is notable is that Korea, the country that used to be considered a backwater in terms of popular cultural production and international exchanges, plays an important role in the media regionalization in East Asia. By inquiring into the recent success of the Korean popular cultural and cinema industries in particular, as well as Korean initiatives in cinema regionalization in East Asia, this paper will further explore the concept of cultural globalization.

keywords
Asian cinema postcolonialism hybridization Korean popular culture Korean media Korean wave media regionalization

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