A housewife in Seoul

Australia, 1990

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Episode number 3 of Series “A Day in the Life of a Woman”.
Kim Nan-Hi is a middle-class housewife in a high rise development on the outskirts of Seoul. This program looks at her daily life, her dedication to her children’s education and the family at work and play together, illustrating the Confucian philosophy that “great happiness has been found in the small pleasures of the family”. Introduced by Franca Arena.

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director

You Dang-Kyu

co-producer

Gian Manara

Lee Kyu-Im

production company

Asian Broadcasting Union

Australia. Special Broadcasting Service

KBS Korea

Duration

00:29:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1990

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A Day in the Life of a Woman

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A Day in the Life of a Woman

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