> * Must be 2-3 double-spaced, typed pages in total.
> * Proofread your essay before turning it in. You will be graded on
> both content and style.
> * Bring a hard copy to class! Electronic file versions will not be
> As Chung and Diffrient point out, many Korean film scholars have
> argued that “Korean melodrama hinges upon the national sentiment of
> /han/, a slippery and subtle term that…denotes everything from
> “resentment” and “lamentation” to “unfulfilled desire” and
> “resignation.” (C/D, P. 22)Both /Epitaph /and /The Stray Bullet/
> mobilize this Korean /han /arguably to express not melodrama, but
> respectively horror and realism.Does this mean that /han /becomes a
> less significant concept when it is exploited as a sensibility to
> express non-melodramatic emotion such as shock in horror films or
> social anger in realist films?Do you agree with this general
> assessment that /han /is less relevant in these two films because it
> is an anachronistic and nationalist feeling or do you feel that it is
> just as relevant in these two films?Use AT LEAST two specific
> references from these two films studied so far in the course to build
> your case.
> On 10/5/15 11:35 AM, Kyung Kim wrote:
>> The revised prompt–only a couple of clerical typo corrected….