The Korea File ep88: Cuisine, Demographics and New Gendered Realities in South Korea

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On episode 88 of The Korea File podcast, cultural and culinary anthropologist Jennifer Flinn joins host Andre Goulet to explain how factors like the decline in multi-generational family living, the increasing age when Koreans first get married and the globalization and urbanization of South Korea are altering traditional assumptions about gender and cooking in Korea.

Plus: ghost tours, historical trauma and a menu for apocalyptic dining.

This episode was produced in collaboration with the Royal Asiatic Society- Korea Branch (RASKB). Find out about upcoming lectures and tours at www.raskb.com

Music courtesy of Creative Commons. Support the show at patreon.com/thekoreafile

This conversation was recorded on November 28th, 2019.

 

https://www.spreaker.com/user/koreamoments/xtkf-ep88-jennifer-flinn

 



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