IM KKEOKJEONG or IM KKUK-JUNG (
* 1 Legacy
* 2 Popular culture
* 2.1 Literature * 2.2 Film and television
* 3 References
Im Kkokjong became an inspiration for the fictional character of Hong Gildong , subject of Hong Gildong jeon , often considered the first Korean novel.
* Im Kkokjong - novel by the North Korean writer Hong Myong-Hui (洪命熹) (1888—1968)
FILM AND TELEVISION
* ^ Yi Tae-jin The dynamics of Confucianism and modernization in Korean history East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2007 p44, p113 "In Choson, tax rebellions (chongnan), most notably that of Im Kkok-chong (?-1562 ), broke out all over the country" * ^ (in Polish) Joanna Rurarz (2009). Historia Korei. Dialog. ISBN 978-83-89899-28-6 . P.237 * ^ Kenneth M. Wells South Korea's minjung movement: the culture and politics of dissidence University of Hawaii at Manoa. Center for Korean Studies - 1995 p184 "Of course, as a long novel, Im Kkokjong has a structure and continuity of plot that is absent in Ten Thousand Lives and possesses, besides, those unique strengths and aesthetic virtues of Hong which Ko Un lacks." * ^ Illusive Utopia: Theater, Film, and Everyday Performance in North Korea (review) P Miller - Asian Theatre Journal, 2011 - muse.jhu.edu "The Great Leader reincarnates ancient popular heroes such as Hong Gil-dong, On-dal, and Im Kkeok-jeong, who topple the corrupt feudal order to bring about the people's utopia." * ^ SH Kim A costume study on the basis of descriptions in the novel Im Kkeok Jeong - International Journal of Costume, 2008 한국복식학회.
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