This paper is the first work on the introduction and translations of documents on Korean new woman Choi Yeong-Suk, including her writings and interviews in Sweden. The original texts are written in English and Swedish: Three letters to Ellen Key (1925-1926), “Lyckliga Lyckliga Svenska Kvinnor” (Stockholm Dagblad, November 14, 1927), and Ch’oe, Yŏngsuk. “Koreansk Ungdom” (Sigtunaringen, no. 7 (1927): 4). Choi is one of the important figures in the Korean new women history but only limited information was discovered due to the language boundary. This series of papers gives translations of new findings in Sweden and will help further researches and studies.

Swedish Documents on Korean New Woman Choi Yeong-Suk (1)

Hyojin Lee
2021

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This paper is the first work on the introduction and translations of documents on Korean new woman Choi Yeong-Suk, including her writings and interviews in Sweden. The original texts are written in English and Swedish: Three letters to Ellen Key (1925-1926), “Lyckliga Lyckliga Svenska Kvinnor” (Stockholm Dagblad, November 14, 1927), and Ch’oe, Yŏngsuk. “Koreansk Ungdom” (Sigtunaringen, no. 7 (1927): 4). Choi is one of the important figures in the Korean new women history but only limited information was discovered due to the language boundary. This series of papers gives translations of new findings in Sweden and will help further researches and studies.
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