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Ordinary Miracles: Spectators by Yoon Sunghee


An increasingly large number of people are living alone in Korea. There are more lonely souls than ever who live alone, eat alone, sleep alone, and die alone. These people are increasingly alienated from their roots and the family unit. A scant few decades ago it was common to see three generations under the same roof in Korea; now the concept of family itself is being challenged. Yoon Sunghee shows exceptional perception in examining the history and meaning of family in a Korean society that is slowly being forgotten.



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