HSS Korea 2015. Filmed and edited by Ishak Caner, Joo Young Lee, Eun Hye Cho, and Michelle Yooyoung Kim.
Seeks to give its audience an intimate view of life for those living alone in light of the recent eye-catching trend towards single-person households in South Korea. (10 mins)
HSS Korea 2015. Filmed and edited by Francesca Simoni, Chaewon Baik, Jae Eun Lee, and Su Eon Ahn.
Visually captures the change in Koreans' perception of the body throughout time by examining the waning influence of Confucianism and the growing acceptance of tattoos in modern Korea. (8 mins)
HSS Korea 2015. Filmed and edited by Sara Atske, Kim Young In, Brian Claude Lee, and Ji Hyun Kim.
Illustrates the historical and cultural significance of alcohol in South Korea and its manifestation in modern-day Korean drinking culture. (10 mins)
HSS Korea 2015. Filmed and edited by Hanl Matthew Park, Natalie Vega, and Yeo Jin Kim.
Investigates the question of identity for Koreans raised abroad and how they attempt to reconnect with their roots back in South Korea. (8 mins)
HSS Korea 2015. Filmed and edited by Aaron Nelson-Purcell, Nisreen Shiban, Su Ji Song, and Hwa-Young Kim.
Explores the interplay between creativity and productivity in Korean work culture. We investigate creativity or the lack thereof in corporate Korea, and we highlight its importance for a happier and more productive outcome. (12 mins)