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A Contrastive Study of Telops in Korean and Japanese Comedy Programs -Focusing on Type Classification Analysis-

LEE CHUNG KYU 1

1서원대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to conduct type classification targeting telops of Korean and Japanese comedy programs and to present the similarities and differences between them with a focus on the linguistic aspects by contrasting and analyzing the results. The findings in this study are as follows: Japanese comedy programs have overwhelmingly many telops faithfully transcribing 100% what is being verbally spoken at that time while Korean comedy programs have 100% non-verbal telops completely irrelevant to the actual verbal words such as noun(phrase)・adverb・exclamation telops or root telops, inner voice telops. Based on this, telops of comedy programs in both countries can be characterized by 'speech focusing type' in Japanese and 'non verbal general-purpose type' in Korean. Also, this study can be said to be different from the previous studies in a sense that it predicts important points which have not been fully discussed in them:stem telops classified into non verbal 100 telops, e.g.“aswib(sorry)” “bangab(glad)” occur in Korean comedy programs and these involve a potential that can gain citizenship in an everyday colloquial style in the future.

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