Korean drama under Japanese occupation: plays by Ch'i-jin Yu and Man-sik Ch'ae
Homa Sekey Books, 2004 - Literary Criticism - 178 pages
Jinhee Kim discusses the foreign influences on the Korean theater through the plays of Ch'i-jin Yu and Man-sik Ch'ae, the two most important playwrights of the time.
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