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Extra Credit: Forbidden Homeland
Dr. June Hee, Kwon was the guest speaker who delivered the lecture of divided
belonging on China- Korea border. The ideas of the lecture were to examine the influence of the
Korean Wind, to analyze ethnic minority as Korean Chinese, and to reconcile and reconstruct
their ethnic identity. I was not able to clearly understand about Korean- Chinese. The reason for
this is that I have not heard about Korean-Chinese and Yanbian socialism. In recent time,
South Korean people start stereotyping Korean-Chinese people as a criminal. The reason is that
the Korean-Chinese migrated to South Korea and then made a lot of crimes toward women. The
worst case was Heuksapa Incident. The few Korean-Chinese gang came to South Korea and
attempt to kill just random people in the street. It is also made in the movie called, The
From her lecture, Yanbian is located in Jilin province, next to the board with North
Korea. Geographically, Tumen river is located as left side of China and right side of North
Korea. The Korean-Chinese demonstration and Korean churches enable people who are KoreanChinese to reconcile their ethic place in contemporary Yanbian socialism by the Korean Wind,
which means (demonstrated as) passion and popularity. They migrated to South Korea from poor
socialism of China with having Korean dream. This idea became popular after 1992. Since
normalization in 1992, the idea of the Korean wind has developed. There are several types of
visiting Korea as Korean-Chinese; kinship visit, marriage migration, and labor migration. When
Korean-Chinese visit Korea, the government regulates the days of the stay and also the purpose
of them. However, there is an act that is called amnesty. It enables Korean-Chinese to move for
free migration. A half million undocumented Korean-Chinese workers have moved already.
According to her saying, In 2005, the South Korea government granted the largest amnesty in
Korean-Chinese workers. However, the remaining people in China, the Korea-Chinese, began to
settle and expand their land little by little due to the tension between terrorization. In addition,
Korean who migrated in late 1990s, they had to change their life style to Chinese style in a
various way. This movement influenced the cultural revolution in Korean-Chinese. Her lecture
seems to aim to put together a description of the specific emotional structure that the KoreanChinese feel when intervening between confusion and hesitation, controversy and contradiction,
economic despair and political attention. After this lecture, I now have a sense to understand the
politics of class and gender among Korean-Chinese ethnic minorities. Furthermore, I understand
that the minorities tend to articulate through transnational mobility across the nation.
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