Hyun Mooam

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Hyun Mooam
Hokkaido University
Research Faculty of Media and Communication

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Apr 2017
Mar 2018
Visiting Fellow, Australia National University

Published Papers

Kazue Morisaki’s "A Journey to Bury Original Sin": A History of Asia, Women, and Interaction by a Second-generation Colonist
Hyun Mooam
(11) 3-21   Dec 2018   [Refereed]
The narrow path to de-nationalisation of South Korean ‘colonial piece’ lms On the representation of ‘pro-Japanese collaboration’ in “Battleship Island”
Haga Megumi, Hyun Mooam
The Journal of International Media, Communication, and Tourism Studies   (26) 3-19   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
Border Politics on the Busan and Omura compounds during the formative period of the Japan-ROK relation
Hyun Mooam
The Japanese Journal of Contemporary History   (7) 41-58   Dec 2014   [Refereed]
Social consciousness of Japanese and Korean TV dramas observed in originals and remakes:Based on “Haken no Hinkaku” (Japanese) and “Shokuba no Kami” (Korean)
Hyun Mooam
The Journal of International Media, Communication, and Tourism Studies   (18) 69-90   Mar 2014   [Refereed]
Transnational “Anime-Song Community”: South Korean Cultural Identity as related to Japanese Popular Culture and to a Desire for the Original
Hyun Mooam
The Journal of International Media, Communication, and Tourism Studies   (18) 25-47   Mar 2014   [Refereed]


Doshisha journal of media & communication research   (3) 305-325   Mar 2006

Books etc

Russia and the countries of the APR: migration processes and problems of intercultural communication: Asia in Russia
Svetlana Paichadze and Igor Valdman (Part:Contributor, 1. The flow of ethnic media across borders: the Korean media network in the Russian Far East(pp. 257-288) 2. The negotiation process in the 1950s-1970s between Japan and South Korea regarding Koreans left on Sakhalin(pp. 257-288) 3. Korean and Japanese)
Novosibirsk State Technical University   Feb 2019   
Frontiers of Sovereignty:Korean Boder-Crossings and Deportation Camps in Post-EmpaireJapan
Hyun Mooam (Part:Contributor)
Jan 2017   
Voices from the Shifting Russo-Japanese Border
Svetlana Paichadze and Phillip A. Seaton (eds.) (Part:Contributor, Multi-layered Identities of Returnees in their ‘Historical Homeland’:Returnees from Sakhalin)
Routledge   Mar 2015   

Conference Activities & Talks

Traveling North Korea: from Regions Unexplored to Scenery
Hyun Mooam
International Symposium Culture, Society and North Korea   23 Mar 2019   
Between “Repatriation” and “Returning Home”: Experience of Japanese Women Left Behind in South Korea and in Sakhalin in 1960s [Invited]
Paichadze Svetlana, Hyun Mooam
International Conference on New Frontiers in Japanese Studies   18 Sep 2018   
Comment [Invited]
Hyun Mooam
Living Politics: Self Help and Autonomous Action in East Asia and Beyond,   16 Mar 2018   
Postwar Japanese women in South Korea:Between repatriation and returning home
Hyun Mooam
ANU Japan and Korea Institute Seminar   6 Nov 2017   
South Korea’s “Candlelight Revolution” Viewed from Japan: Thinking beyond Representation
Hyun Mooam
Biennial Conference of the Japanese Studies Association of Australia,   29 Jun 2017