Lecture Video:Public Sentiment and its Place in Modern Korea

In recent years, we have heard a lot in Korea about “public sentiment.” The phrase sounds gentle enough – like the addition of a soft layer of feeling to the idea of “public opinion.” But, actually, it is something altogether different.

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Transactions, Volume 91 (2016)

Transactions Volume 91 (2016) was recently published. While it is a complimentary copy to those who were members in the corresponding year (2016), libraries and individuals who are not members should inquire about the cost and delivery by email to royalasiatickorea@gmail.com.

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(confirmed) Tea-making, temples and food in Jirisan Mountain

 
Korean tea can only be made from late in April until the end of May. After that, the leaves of the tea bushes lose their flavor. This annual visit to an individual tea-maker offers a unique opportunity to participate in the processes by which tea is made, and to taste the freshly dried leaves in the beautiful surroundings of Jiri-san mountain, as well as sampling some delicious local food.
 

Public Sentiment and its Place in Modern Korea

 

In recent years, we have heard a lot in Korea about “public sentiment.” The phrase sounds gentle enough – like the addition of a soft layer of feeling to the idea of “public opinion.” But, actually, it is something altogether different.

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