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Response of the Japaneses Rresidents’s Media in Joseon about the March 1st Movement and 1919’s Japanese-Language Literature

  • 日本硏究
  • 2015, (39), pp.217-233
  • Publisher : The Center for Japanese Studies
  • Research Area : Humanities > Japanese Language and Literature
  • Published : August 20, 2015

Jung, Byeong-Ho 1

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ABSTRACT

Response of the Japaneses Rresidents’s Media in Joseon about the March 1st Movement and 1919’s Japanese-Language Literature This study investigated the characteristics of Japanese literatures about the March 1st Movement to examined how Japanese magazines published by Japanese people recorded the March 1st Movement in colonized Joseon. There have been various discussions about the March 1st Movement in Korean modern literature and the studies on Japanese literature, whereas there has been no studies on how the Japanese residents in Joseon who witnessed the Movement understood it through the magazines in Japansese and how the literary section of those magazines expressed the reality. Most Japanese magazines written by the Japaneses residents in Joseon disputed and criticized the appropriateness and basis of the Movement. On the other hand, there were also a lot of articles which indicated the problems of Japanese colonial policies, required other policies which could actually unite the two races, and criticized the discrimination against Koreans. In particular, the most distinctive characteristic of the Japanese literatures about the March 1st Movement was the love(marriage) between a Japanese and a Korean for taking the issue. In other words, the emotional communication and friendship between the Japanese and the Korean were considered to be effective on teaching the importance of harmony and assimilation between the Japanese and the Korean. Thus, the love between a Japanese and a Korea was one of the ideologies for the March 1st Movement.

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