Encounting Joseonjok immigrants in London, who seemed eager to earn money outside their land, I found myself confronting one of the most profound problems created by globalization. That is, joseonjok are often defined as either Chinese as political perspective, or Korean as ethnic perspective. It is a conventional way of affiliating minority into majority,… Continue reading Food Directory: To find hidden trace
I will be running a workshop as a part of Livingmaps Seminar Series with Kimbal Bumstead and Nicolas Fonty. Date/Time: 01/07/2017 from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm SEMINAR VENUE: MayDay Rooms 88 Fleet Street London EC4Y 1DH Workshop Leaders: Kimbal Bumstead, Nicolas Fonty and Jina Lee I have been running ‘Talkingmap’ workshops to UAL students for three… Continue reading Livingmaps Participatory Mapping Workshop
I first met Boram, MRes student from CSM when I was invited to give a presentation from Richard Layzell at Wimbledon College of Arts as a part of Korean Town exhibition. She kindly sent me an email afterwards, showing big interest on my research. She said she was writing her final MA thesis on East Asian… Continue reading Beyond the Borders, 03/08, 6pm – 9pm, 04,05/08, the Crypt Gallery
I will be giving a presentation about the recent work at King’s College. For detailed information, please visit: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/filmstudies/eventrecords/16-17/Mapping-in-Arts-and-Humanities-Research.aspx MAPPING IN ARTS AND HUMANITIES RESEARCH Location King’s College London – Strand Campus Category Conference/Seminar, Culture, Other, Workshop When 14 (09:00) – 27/06/2017 (19:00) On June 27th, 2017, KCL and UCL will co-host a one-day symposium… Continue reading Presentation at King’s college: MAPPING IN ARTS AND HUMANITIES RESEARCH
SAT 10th June 2017, 12:30pm The Palace Korean Restaurant 183-185 High Street, New Malden KT3 4BH Kwon, June Hee (2015) THE WORK OF WAITING: Love and Money in Korean Chinese Transnational Migration Lee, Byoungha, Jun Young Choi and Jungmin Seo (2014) Korean–Chinese Migrant Workers and the Politics of Korean Nationalism As a part of an exhibition… Continue reading Reading Group: Exhibition ‘Beyond the Borders
New Directions in Ethno-Cartography As a part of Livingmaps seminar series, I was invited to give presentation on my PhD research. Sound record is accessible at http://www.livingmaps.org.uk/wordpress/?event=new-directions-in-ethno-cartography
My work has been selected for Livingmaps Review 2ns issue. http://livingmaps.review/journal/index.php/LMR/index Please visit!