Dark Side of Modernization: Bong Jun Ho's Memories of Murder (2003)
In this paper, it will be examined how Bong Jun Ho's Memories of Murder (2003, 2005 U.S. release) deals with the collective memory of modernization in Korea. Being the second top at the box office in 2003 in Korea, the movie is a crime film/detective story based on a true story. It is helpful to understand the historical background of modern Korea and its recent political and social conjuncture to understand the way Memories of Murder deals with the Korean past.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2008
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