Documentary Film “The Hanbok on The Court” Screening + Panel Discussion will be held on Friday, December 23rd.


This is a documentary film about Lee Shinhey (a 2.5-generation Zainichi Korean journalist) who filed and won Japan's first lawsuit against ghate speechh, and her supporter Yang Chunhaja (a second-generation Zainichi Korean and an instructor of gMinzoku Gakkyu (cultural classes to learn about and build a Korean ethnic identity)h). This film was invited to be the opening film of the 2022 Jeju Women's Film Festival. Also, it was invited to be screened in competition at the 2022 Aichi International Women's Film Festival.
An?up-and-coming director Oh So-young met Zainichi Korean women fighting against compound discrimination in Japan and captured their activities on film. Through watching this film, the audiences will share the reality surrounding compound discrimination and consider what efforts are necessary to eradicate it. After the screening, a panel discussion with the director Oh and the performers will be held.

organizersInstitute of Global Concern, Sophia University
Institute of Asian, African, and Middle Eastern Studies, Sophia University
date and timeDecember 23, 2022 17:30 - 19:45
venueSophia University, Yotsuya Campus
Building no.6, 1F Room 6-101
FilmThe Hanbok on The Court (2022)@South Korea
Japanese and English Subtitles
registrationplease register from the link below by Dec.22 9am.