Modern Korean History And Nationalism
Product DescriptionKorean Studies Series 16
by Shin, Yong-ha
Trans. by N.M. Pankaj
size: 23x16cm 294pages. publisher: Jimoondang, 2000.
About this book
The author summarizes the characteristics of Korean Nationalism in the context of the development of modern Korean history. It has only sought to withstand the aggression of foreign powers in order to uphold freedom, independence and unification, and to ensure that the nation could pursue autonomous development.
Its development helped maintain national independence and identity in the wake of foreign invasion. Modern Korean nationalism has never caused the Korean people to violate or seek to dominate other people.
Table of contents
I. Origin of Modern Korean Nationalism
II. The Kapsin Coup of 1884 and Nationalism of the Early Progressive Faction
III. Kabo Peasant War and Nationalism of Tonghak
IV. The Independence Club and the People's Assembly and Their Nationalism
V. The Righteous Army Movement and Its Nationalism at the End of Choson Dynasty
VI. The Patriotic Enlightenment Movement and Its Nationalism at the End of Choson Dynasty
VII. The March First Movement and Its Nationalism