A Working woman in Korea

Australia, 1990

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Episode number 4 of Series “A Day in the Life of a Woman”.
Young Hee-Kim has been working as a car saleswoman with great success for a year, but she worries about her family and whether she should be spending such long hours away from them. The program looks at the dilemma faced by working women all over the world and one woman’s attempt to come to terms with it. Introduced by Franca Arena.

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producer

Gian Manara

producer/director

Cheol-Yong Kang

production company

Asian Broadcasting Union

Australia. Special Broadcasting Service

MBC Korea

Duration

00:30:00:00

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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