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The Korean Wave in Southeast Asia

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Consumption and Cultural Production
Editors: Joanne B.Y. Lim
Mary J. Ainslie
New Pb200 pp.
Subjects: Arts & Culture, Film, Social Studies, Southeast Asia
Condition: Good
Publisher: SIRD
Published: 2
The Korean Wave in Southeast Asia offers fresh details and new perspectives on the globalization of Korean popular culture, better known as ‘Hallyu’. Focusing on the dissemination, localization, consumption and fandom of Korean TV dramas, films, pop music and other forms of youth culture within the cultural geography of Southeast Asia, the chapters in the book offer a compelling analysis of the globalization of Hallyu and detail the various social and cultural mechanisms involved.

Deeply accomplished, this book will be a valuable resource for scholars interested in cultural and social change in Southeast Asia, as well as for graduate and undergraduate students learning about popular culture in Asia.

Nissim Otmazgin

Chair of the Department of Asian Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and author,
Regionalizing Culture: The political economy of Japanese popular culture in Asia
(University of Hawai'i Press, 2013).


This book proves to be an important addition to the growing scholarship on the Korean Wave and the resulting new pop culture trends in Southeast Asia. In addition to introducing new concepts for further comparative research, the roster of case studies on Hallyu consumption and production in the region (informed by interdisciplinary expertise) offer readers fresh analyses and diverse experiences of the phenomenon.

The publication of this collection is timely for our new course elective focusing on the ‘Korean Wave’, in which this book will certainly be a required reading.

Sarah Domingo Lipura
Associate Director, Ateneo Initiative for Korean Studies,
Ateneo De Manila University (Philippines)
The Korean Wave in Southeast Asia
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