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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2003;24(6): 133-146.
탈북 청소년의 노래와 놀이에 관한 연구
서미옥 , 김현아
The Songs and Play-games of Juveniles Who Escaped from North Korea
Seo Mi Og , Kim Hyeon A
This study examined the songs and play-games of youngsters who escaped from the North and came to South Korea. The 5 female and 1 male participant mostly entered South Korea through Chinese, Viet Nam and Cambodia after escaped from the North. Through individual interviews, the researcher collected 31 North Korean songs and 21 play-games. Themes of songs were devotion their`s country and/or their`s national leader, a television serial drama and such traditional play-songs as komojul-nomki(jumping the rubber rope). Data from the collected songs and play-games indicated similarity between South and North Korea; both North and South Korean children liked a television serial drama songs and both sides played similar games, through sometimes the name was different.
Key Words: peoples escaped from North Korea, juvenile, songs, play-games
주요어: 탈북자, 청소년, 노래, 놀이
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