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Korea Journal, vol. 52, no.1 (2012)

We are pleased to announce the publication of the Spring 2012 issue of the Korea Journal (vol. 52, no. 1), which covers the special topic of “A Cultural History of Korean Toponyms.” Toponym is a term derived from two Greek words, topos and onmya (the Aeolic and Doric form of onoma)meaning “place” and “name,” respectivelywhich is used in the study of place names. This special issue addresses Korean toponyms as both a cultural and a linguistic phenomenon. The first two articles in this issue study Korean toponyms from the perspective of linguistic history, while the third to fifth articles examine them, from geographers’ perspectives, as a cultural phenomenon that reflects the settlement history and power relations of the ! settlers.


The first article by Kim Jeong-tae examines the characteristics of phoneme variation that have resulted in toponymic variation across space and time in Korea. Park Byeong-Cherl’s article traces the linguistic histories of toponymic back morphemes, the generic elements, through the study of toponyms related to gogae (pass). In contrast, Jung Chi-young’s article examines the specific elements of village names, the toponymic front morpheme, in order to explore the environmental perception among the villagers. The fourth article by Kim Sun-Bae examines the making of toponyms under the Confucian ideology in the Joseon dynasty and the subsequent contestation of Confucian toponyms with other types of toponyms. The fifth article by Je-Hun Ryu focus! es on the patterns of naming in Bupyeong-gu of Incheon, viewing the toponymic changes as reflecting the long and contentious history of Japanese colonialism, the significance of reinstating Korean toponyms after liberation, and the contemporary politics of culture, identity, and belonging.


In addition, two interesting papers selected from submissions by a thorough peer review process are included in this issue. The paper by Koh Dong-Yeon critically examines the notion of national culture or national aesthetics by looking at the official policy toward manhwa in Korea, which exhibits ambivalence toward the influence of Japanese manga. And the paper by Tae Gyun Park examines the reorientation of South Korean science and technology from a system linked predominantly to Japan during the colonial period to one dominated by U.S. standards and prioritie! s after liberation.


Korea Journal, vol. 51, no. 4 (2011)

This issue contains eight papers dealing with a variety of topics pertaining to Korean Studies and an insightful book review of Patrick McEachern’s Inside the Red Box: North Korea’s Post-Totalitarian Politics. All of the papers and the book review in this issue have been selected through a rigorous peer review process by the journal’s editorial board as well as guest reviewers.


Korea Journal, vol. 51, no. 3 (2011)

Special Topic: Korean Studies Viewed through Academic Journals and Organizations   KIM Hyun-ju / [On This Topic] Korean Studies Viewed through Academic Journals and Organizations JEONG Jong Hyun / Shifts in Korea’s Intellectual Community and Academia in the Early Years of Nation-Building: A Study of Hakpung, an Interdisciplinary Journal by Eulyoo Publishing KIM Hyun-ju / Transition from Far Eastern/Eastern/East Asian Studies to Korean Studies:Focusing on the Practice of Humanities Institutes in Their Early Period LEE Hye Ryoung / Time of Capital, Time of a Nation: Changes in Korean Intellectual Media in the 1960s-1970s KIM Baek Yung / Korean Studies between the Social Sciences and Historical Studies: Debates...


Korea Journal, vol. 51, no. 2 (2011)

Special Topic: New Understanding of and Strategies for Korean Unification

PARK Kun Young / [On this topic] New Understanding of and Strategies for Korean Unification

KIM Hyong-chan / A Reflection on the Values of Unification and Unification Philosophies

JUNG Taehern / Peace and Unification of the Korean Peninsula Seen from a Utilitarian Rational Conservative Perspective: Beyond the Twenty-First-Century

Version of the “Conquer-the-North” Stance

CHO Dae-yop / Outlooks on a Civil Society-Initiated Unification of the Korean Peninsula

KOO Kab-Woo / Towards a Working Peace System on the Korean Peninsula: A Perspective on the Theory of Peace States

LEE Nam Ju / Northeast Asian Economic Cooperation and the Korean Peninsula Economy: The Impact of the Changjitu Development Plan

PARK Kun Young / Sino-American Relations and the Unification of the Korean Peninsula



Suk-yoon MOON and Hansang A. KIM / Discussions of the Uniqueness of the Sage’s Mind-and-Heart in the Horak Debate

Sunhyuk KIM and Eun Sun LEE / “Dynamics of Contention” in Democratic Korea: The Role of Anti-Americanism


Korea Journal, vol. 51, no. 1 (2011)

Special Topic: The Horak Debate in Eighteenth-Century Joseon

CHOI Young-Jin / [On this topic] The Horak Debate in Eighteenth-Century Joseon

LEE Kyungku / The Horak Debate from the Reign of King Sukjong to King Sunjo

CHO Sung-san / Discursive Structures and Cultural Features of Nak-ron Thought in Late Joseon Korea

HONG Jung Geun / Is the Morality of Human Beings Superior to the Morality of Non-Human Beings? Debate over Human versus Animal Nature in the Joseon Period

LEE Cheon Sung / Philosophical Implications of the Discussion of Mibal in the Horak Debate of the Late Joseon Period



PARK Daejae / War and Ritual in Ancient Korea: From the Bronze Age to the Three Kingdoms Era

Youngseok MOON / Sociological Implications of the Roman Catholic Conversion Boom in Korea

Soon-yang KIM / Configuring the New Topography of Korea’s Professional Interest Group Politics: An Investigation into the Declining Power of Organized Medicine in Health Politics


Korea Journal, vol. 50, no. 4 (2010)

Special Topic: The Centennial of Japan’s Annexation of Korea: Rethinking Annexation and Postcolonial Legacy

PARK Chan Seung and KIM Hyun-ju / [On this topic] The Centennial of Japan’s Annexation: Rethinking Annexation and Postcolonial Legacy

PARK Pae-Keun / Discussions Concerning the Legality of the 1910 “Annexation” of Korea by Japan

LEE Seung-il / Characteristics of Japan’s Annexation of Korea and the Japanese Colonial System: A Comparison of Korean and Taiwanese Legislation System

PARK Chan Seung / Japanese Rule and Colonial Dual Society in Korea

CHA Seung Ki / The Colonial-Imperial Regime and Its Effects: Writer Kim Sa-ryang as an Ex-ception

RYU Junpil / Several Present Conditions Defining 100 Years of Japan’s Annexation of Korea

KIM Dong-Choon / Korea’s Movement to Settle the Issues of the Past and Peace in East Asia


JOO Eun-Sun / Pension Politics in Korea after Democratization: The Failed Attempts of Party Politics and Social Dialogue


KIM Moon-sik / How the Joseon Kingdom Dealt with Disasters


Korea Journal Vol 50-No 3 (2010)

Special Topic: Contemporary Korean Society Viewed through the Lens of the Candlelight Vigils of 2008 HAN Do-Hyun / [On this topic] Contemporary Korean Society Viewed through the Lens of the Candlelight Vigils of 2008 Chul-Kyoo KIM and Hae-Jin LEE / Teenage Participants of the 2008 Candlelight Vigil: Their Social Characteristics and Changes in Political Views KIM Young Ok / Understanding the Candlelight Demonstration and Women’s Political Subjectivity through the Perspective of Changing Publicity Suhong CHAE and Soojin KIM / The Candlelight Protest and the Politics of the Baby Stroller Brigades HONG Sung-gi / A Look at the Changes in Debate...


Korea Journal Vol.50 No.2 (Summer 2010)

The Language and Writing of Ancient Korea [Articles] CHUNG Jaeyoung The Language and Writing of Ancient Korea KIM Byung-Joon The Introduction of Chinese Characters into Korea: The Role of the Lelang Commandery CHUNG Jaeyoung The Use of Chinese Characters in Ancient Korea: With a Focus on Texts Transcribwith Chinese-Borrowed Charactersed KIM Young Wook A Basic Understanding of Hyangga Interpretation YOON Seon-tae The Creation of Idu KWON In-han The Evolution of Ancient East Asian Writing Systems as Observed through Early Korean and Japanese Wooden Tablets KU Daeyeol The Failure of Baekje’s Prudential Diplomacy: Revisiting the Samguk sagi from an International Relations...


Korea Journal, Vol 50, n°1 (2010)

Special Topic: Consuming Food as Cultural Practice in Modern Korea: From an East Asian Perspective Okpyo MOON / [On This Topic] Food and Food Consumption as Cultural Practices: Lifestyle Changes in Contemporary Korea Kwang Ok KIM / Rice Cuisine and Cultural Practice in Contemporary Korean Dietary Life Okpyo MOON / Dining Elegance and Authenticity: Archaeology of Royal Court Cuisine in Korea HAN Kyung-Koo / Noodle Odyssey: East Asia and Beyond Young-Kyun YANG / Well-Being Discourse and Chinese Food in Korean Society Sangmee BAK / Exoticizing the Familiar, Domesticating the Foreign: Ethnic Food Restaurants in Korea ARTICLES Youngsoo YOOK / Historiography...


Korea Journal, vol. 49, no. 4 (winter 2009)

ARTICLES Chulwoo LEE / The Rule of Law and Forms of Power: Theorizing the Social Foundations of the Rule of Law in Korea LEE Gunho and KOH Heungseok / Conservative and Progressive Papers’ News Presentation of the U.S. Beef Imports Issue: Analysis of Sources in Korean Newspaper LEE Byoung-Hoon and EUN Soo Mi / Labor Politics of Employment Protection Legislation for Nonregular Workers in South Korea Michael REINSCHMIDT / Rural Development: Lessons from the Liberalization of Korean Trade Nohchool PARK / Undomesticated Visions: A History of South Korean Independent Women’s Films, 1974–2004 Hyung Yu PARK / Heritage, Tourism, and National...


Korea Journal / Vol.49 No.3 Autumn 2009

The Politics of the Body in Contemporary Korea [Articles]KIM Eun-Shil [On this topic]The Politics of the Body in Contemporary KoreaCHO Joo-hyun Neoliberal Governmentality at Work: Post-IMF Korean Society and the Construction of Neoliberal WomenByong-Hee CHO Two Paths for Alternative Medicine: Professionalization of Oriental Medicine and the Growth of Lay Acupuncturists in KoreaYoung-Gyung PAIK The Discourse of National Population Crisis and Its Framing of Bioethical Issues in Contemporary South KoreaHyunjung LEE and Younghan CHO Performing Nation-ness in South Korea during the 2002 Korea-Japan World CupMATSUMOTO Takenori and CHUNG Seu On the Hosokawa Farm and the History of Daejangchon, a Japanese-style Village...


Korea Journal / Vol.49 No.2 Summer 2009

A Contemporary History of the Korean Peninsula [Articles]Kun Young PARK [On This Topic] A Contemporary History of the Korean Peninsula from an International Political PerspectiveSang-Yoon MA From “March North” to Nation-Building: The Interplay of U.S. Policy and South Korean Politics during the Early 1960sSeongji WOO The Park Chung-hee Administration amid Inter-Korean Reconciliation in the Detente Period: Changes in the Threat Perception, RegiKOO Kab-Woo Gone but Not Dead, Sprouting but Not Yet Blossoming: Transitions in the System of Division, 1980-1997Kun Young PARK Nuclear Politicking on the Korean Peninsula: A Highly Enriched Uranium Program Coming Out of the Pandora’s BoxYoungmin KIM “Questions...


Korea Journal Vol 49-No 1 (2009 spring)

ARTICLES CHOI Jongryul – Eochongye Social Capital in Jujeon-Dong, Ulsan PARK Jong-rin – Irwolhoe and the Introduction of Marxism into Korea in the 1920s Sora PARK – Negotiating Identities and Re-acculturation of Second-Generation Korean Americans: The Role of EthnicMedia and Peer Group Dynamics HAN Keehyung – Formation of the Minganhak and Modern Magazines in Colonial Korea: The Case of Gaebyeok Dong-Jin JANG, Kyung-Ho SONG, and Min-Hyuk HWANG – China’s Northeast Project and Contemporary Korean Nationalism HUANG Yan-hong- Differences between South Korea and China in Acupuncture Research: A Case Study of the Publications in ISI Databases BOOK REVIEW Lauren W. Deutsch...


Korea Journal Vol 48 No 4 (2008 winter)

Ki-Soo Eun / Population Aging and Social Strategies for Aging Problems in Korea Cheong-Seok Kim / Intergenerational Family Relationships of the Elderly in Korea Lee Dong-Ok, Cho Uhn, and Chang Pilwha / Uncomfortable Transit from Caregiving to Care Receiving: Elderly Women Encounter the Problematic Reciprocity of Carving Chung Gene-Woong / Stigma, Lifestyle, and Self in Later Life: The Meaning and Paradox of Older Men’s Hang-Out Culture at Jongmyo Park Lim In-Sook / The Trend of Creating Atypical Male Images in Heterosexist Korean Society Seungsook Moon / Buddhist Temple Food in South Korea: Interests and Agency in the Reinvention of Tradition...


Korea Journal Vol.48 No.3 (Autumn 2008)

Colonial Modernity and the Making of Modern Korean Cities [Articles]Park Chan Seung [On this topic] Colonial Modernity and the Making of Modern Korean CitiesKim Baek Yung Ruptures and Conflicts in the Colonial Power Bloc: The Great Keijo Plan of the 1920sHong Soon Kwon Formation of the Modern City of Busan: Focusing on the Space and Culture of the Japanese Settlement in Busan before 1910Kim Il-Su Colonial Modernization of the Traditional City of DaeguPark Chan Seung Colonial Modernity and the Making of Mokpo as a Dual CitySin Ju-back ”How to Cross the Border” of Historical Perceptions in the History Textbooks of...


Korea Journal Vol.48 No.2 (Summer 2008)

Unearthing Joseon Court Life from Uigwe, Joseon’s Documentary Heritage [Articles]Park Chan Seung [On this topic] Unearthing Joseon Court Life from Uigwe, Joseon’s Documentary HeritageShin Byung Ju Court Life and the Compilation of Uigwe during the Late JoseonKim Moonsik Royal Visits and Protocols in the Joseon Dynasty:Focusing on Wonhaeng Eulmyo Jeongni Uigwe Compiled during King Jeongjo’s ReignKim Ji-young Politics of Royal Rituals and Banchado Illustrations of Uigwe in the Late JoseonKim Jong Su Royal Banquets and Uigwe during the Late Joseon PeriodDoobo Shim Joseph Sung-Yul Park The Language Politics of “English Fever” in South KoreaKim Young-Soo Two Perspectives on the 1895...


KOREA JOURNAL Vol.48 No.1 (Spring 2008)

Mapping the World:The Joseon Worldview As Seen Through Old Maps [Articles] Park Chan Seung [On This Topic]Mapping the World:The Joseon Worldview As Seen Through Old Maps Oh Sang Hak Circular World Maps of the Joseon Dynasty:Their Characteristics and Worldview Bae Woo Sung Joseon Maps and East Asia Kang Seok hwa Frontier Maps from the Late Joseon Period and the Joseon People’s Perceptions of the Northern Territory Jeon Jong Han Spatial Consciousness Represented in Provincial Maps from the Late Joseon Period Suh Ji young Women on the Borders of the Ladies’ Quarters and the Ginyeo House:The Mixed Self-Consciousness of Ginyeo in...


KOREA JOURNAL Vol.47 No.4 (Winter 2007)

Toward a Multicultural Society? [Articles] Cho Uhn [On this topic] Toward a Multicultural Society? Han Kyung-Koo The Archaeology of the Ethnically Homogeneous Nation-State and Multiculturalism in Korea Han Geon-Soo Multicultural Korea: Celebration or Challenge of Multiethnic Shift in Contemporary Korea? Eun Mee Kim and Jean S. Kang Seoul as a Global City with Ethnic Villages Kim Hyun Mee The State and Migrant Women: Diverging Hopes in the Making of “Multicultural Families” in Contemporary Korea Choe Hyun South Korean Society and Multicultural Citizenship Kim Sung Gun Korean Protestant Christianity in the Midst of of Globalization: Neoliberalism and the Pentecostalization of Korean...


KOREA JOURNAL vol 47- n. 3 (Autumn 2007)

Hwang Jongyon[On this topic] Theories of Beauty in Korean Art HistoryKwon Young-pil“The Aesthetic” in Traditional Korean Art and Its Influence on Modern LifeKim Sung-WooThe Beauty of Traditional Korean ArchitectureHan HeungsubTraditional Korean Music: Its Genres and Aesthetics Choi YeonsikTo survive as a Buddhist Monk in a Confucian State: Gihwa’s Response to Jeong Do-Jeon’s Critique of BuddhismKim JongmyungKing Sejong’s Buddhist Faith and the Invention of the Korean Alphabet: A Historical PerspectiveKim Hyoung-chanToegye’s Philosophy as Practical Ethics: A System of Learning, Cultivation, and Practice for Being HumanPark So JinEducational Manager Mothers: South Korea’s Neoliberal TransformationKim JinwungA Policy of Amateurism: The Rice Policy of...


KOREA JOURNAL vol 47- n. 2 (Summer 2007)

Jang Sukman[On this topic] The “Religious” in Contemporary Korean CultureYoo Ki BbeumLooking for Salvation beyond a Risk-laden Reality: The Religious Nature of Korean Internet CulturePark Sang Un“Beauty Will Save You”: The Myth and Ritual of Dieting in Korean SocietyLim HyunsooA Religious Analysis of Education Fever in Modern Korea Kim KuentaeDistinctive Characteristics of the Joseon Dynasty’s Fiscal Policy in the Nineteenth CenturyEllen Van GoethemThe Status of Descendants of the Baekje Kingdom during Emperor Kanmu’s ReignJoo Jong-TaickKorean Return migrants from Brazil: Ethnic and Economic AspectsKang Jung InPolitics and Truth: An Analysis of Richard E. Kim’s Novel, The MartyredKim JinwungA Policy of Amateurism:...


Korea Journal vol 27- n.1 (2007 spring)

This issue features the special topic: “A Postmodern Turn in Korean Literature.” It also includes four research papers and two book reviews. 1. A Postmodern Turn in Korean Literature No one doubts that Korean literature currently finds itself in a new environment. Taking into consideration that literature has lost the political and cultural power it exercised in the past, it can be said that Korean literature is facing a kind of crisis. However, the birth of a new, younger generation of writers and their new, experimental literary styles has undeniably given a new stimulus to Korean literature. With this in...

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