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Editorial Note Downloaded from http://read.dukeupress.edu/journal-of-korean-studies/article-pdf/27/1/1/1503298/1kim.pdf by DEEPDYVE INC user on 19 April 2022 Jisoo M. Kim The spring 2022 issue comprises four articles and four book reviews. Drawing on multiple disciplinary trajectories, the four articles explore topics related to ritual performance, historical memory, narrative formation, and neoliberal transforma- tion. The first article, by Seunghyun Han, introduces understudied topic related to the mangbaerye ritual in late Chosŏn Korea. Han situates this ritual perfor- mance in the broader power dynamics between Ming loyalists and royal authority in the Chosŏn court. The next two articles cover colonial Korea. By utilizing pho- tographs and photo postcards, Jooyeon Rhee examines kisaeng’s visual represen- tations, demonstrating how images of kisaeng have been a contentious site of historical memory of Japanese colonialism. Through the literary analysis of Kim Namch’ŏn’s Barley, John Park examines how the aesthetic significance of build- ings shapes the narrative movement in colonial Korea. The final article, by Seung- kyung Kim and John Finch, explores one of the hot topics in contemporary South Korea: millennials’ military service. Based on college students’ interviews, Kim and Finch demonstrate the decisions and strategies Korean millennials have made regarding their military service in the twenty-first century. We very much http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Korean Studies Duke University Press

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Copyright © 2022 Journal of Korean Studies Inc.
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0731-1613
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2158-1665
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10.1215/07311613-9474253
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Downloaded from http://read.dukeupress.edu/journal-of-korean-studies/article-pdf/27/1/1/1503298/1kim.pdf by DEEPDYVE INC user on 19 April 2022 Jisoo M. Kim The spring 2022 issue comprises four articles and four book reviews. Drawing on multiple disciplinary trajectories, the four articles explore topics related to ritual performance, historical memory, narrative formation, and neoliberal transforma- tion. The first article, by Seunghyun Han, introduces understudied topic related to the mangbaerye ritual in late Chosŏn Korea. Han situates this ritual perfor- mance in the broader power dynamics between Ming loyalists and royal authority in the Chosŏn court. The next two articles cover colonial Korea. By utilizing pho- tographs and photo postcards, Jooyeon Rhee examines kisaeng’s visual represen- tations, demonstrating how images of kisaeng have been a contentious site of historical memory of Japanese colonialism. Through the literary analysis of Kim Namch’ŏn’s Barley, John Park examines how the aesthetic significance of build- ings shapes the narrative movement in colonial Korea. The final article, by Seung- kyung Kim and John Finch, explores one of the hot topics in contemporary South Korea: millennials’ military service. Based on college students’ interviews, Kim and Finch demonstrate the decisions and strategies Korean millennials have made regarding their military service in the twenty-first century. We very much

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Published: Mar 1, 2022

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