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South Korea's G-generation: A nation within a nation, detached from unification

Campbell, Emma


It is hard enough to be a twenty-something in the best of times, but South Korea’s twenty-somethings (the yishipdae) are having it particularly tough. This new generation, the ‘G-generation’, is the focus of critical attention across Korea’s intellectual and media forums. They are Korea’s most highly educated generation, with unique international experience. They are the first generation whose lives have only spanned post-1987 democratic South Korea.

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2010-04-13
Type: Journal article
Source: East Asia Forum
Access Rights: Open Access


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