cinema and media studies, Film, korea, korean drama, queer studies, TV

Queer Korean Television Studies

My most recent work on Korean television and queer studies is now available in the latest issue of Jump Cut!

Thank you for reading.

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cinema and media studies, Gender Studies, ideology, korea, korean drama, podcast, TV

K-Drama School – Ep 6: The World of the Married and Getting Stabbed by Your Girlfriend with Dante Chang

[Spoiler Alert] In this episode of K-Drama School, Grace discusses The World of the Married. She goes into the declining number of South Korea’s marriages, increase in divorce, negative stereotypes of single working women, and why Kim Hee-ae is the queen of K-dramas. Grace then has a chat with Los Angeles-based comic Dante Chang (@dantechang) who is originally from DC. They discuss girlfriends who get revenge by stabbing, self-care, emotional health, and violent Asian American and Korean masculinity. Follow @KDramaSchool on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok. Visit kdramachool.com to learn more. Next week, we discuss The Greatest Love (2011, MBC).
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