Matt VanVolkenburg’s prolific blog ‘Gusts of Popular Feeling’ celebrates it’s 10th year of analysis on Korean society, history, urban space, film and current events this month.
In the second of a 3-part interview, Matt discusses the concept of Korean identity, the notion of the unfinished country and the history of anti-Americanism on the peninsula.
For an epic 10 year run of writing check out VanVolkenburg’s archived work at http://populargusts.blogspot.kr/
Music on this episode:
‘From Mother’s Arms to Korea’ The Louvin Brothers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM0b-Mt79sI&index=14&list=PL4JAoPLjRunSuxI0y99cRxxeFjBeB74Gv