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A Study on the Aspects and Expressions of hatred in the Movie 'Gisaengchung’

  • The Journal of Korean drama and theatre
  • 2020, (69), pp.179-211
  • DOI : 10.17938/tjkdat.2020..69.179
  • Publisher : The Learned Society Of Korean Drama And Theatre
  • Research Area : Arts and Kinesiology > Other Arts and Kinesiology
  • Received : August 9, 2020
  • Accepted : September 20, 2020
  • Published : September 30, 2020

Song Dayeong 1

1동국대학교

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ABSTRACT

We live by feeling countless emotions. In modern society, however, there is a strong sense of "hate" Where does hate occur? Anaversion comes from the perspective of comparing me to a batter. In other words, when one's own deficiency is satisfied, a jealous and jealous heart becomes hateful, its hatred becomes anger, and the direction of anger is not singular but a complex majority, extending into a thoughtless hatred of the object. The film "Gisaengchung" in this study tells the story of two families living on different levels, who have less capital than themselves, and their uncomfortable feelings toward each other because of their large capital, eventually leading to tragedy. Park Dong-ik's family cannot live without Kim Gi-taek's family and family members, so it is a complementary relationship that pays the labor cost to those who provide the labor force and forms a "parasitic" to each other. However, Park Dong-ik's words and actions, which express hatred toward the weak in the form of "Smell" and "Line," reveal his gaze at the batter. The gaze leads to the murder of Park Dong-ik in response to Kim Gi-taek's hatred speech. Kim Gi-taek's acts of murder are forbidden according to morality and ethics as well as social norms. However, it is noteworthy that the "Hatred" and the "Hatred-express" that cause Gi-taek's murder are generated and the process of being expressed.

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