New York, United States
In 1948, the Korean peninsula was divided into North and South Korea at the 38th parallel. I would like to introduce viewers to modern Korean history and culture by contrasting the story of my grandfather, who served in the Korean War, with the rise of K-POP. The 38th parallel is not the only parallel that separates the Korean peninsula; ideology prevails across all levels, between generations, between individuals and spectators, and between illusion and reality.
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