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The Research is about a TV Documentary on the Joseon Dynasty's Beauty Makeup -Focus is on the Re-mediation-
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  • Journal title : Fashion business
  • Volume 19, Issue 5,  2015, pp.48-62
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Fashion Business
  • DOI : 10.12940/jfb.2015.19.5.48
 Title & Authors
The Research is about a TV Documentary on the Joseon Dynasty's Beauty Makeup -Focus is on the Re-mediation-
Barng, Kee-Jung;
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 Abstract
The purpose of the study was to investigate how the Classification of the Joseon Dynasty's Beauty characteristics were expressed in a TV documentary focusing ona Re-mediation theory. The methods of study comprised of library research, Internet search, and using TV documentary program case studies. The work this Researcher makeup in the manufacture from the documentary in which the methods the Joseon. Dynasty expressed were selected. The literature, and preceding research, were referred to as a way to help organize the Joseon Dynasty's 'gi-saeng Hwang Jin-Hee', 'woman of royal family', and way of make-up of 'sadae-bu lady'. The TV documentary programs selected were 'MBC special' and '2 parts of channel A documentary special'. First, the improvisation of nature and simultaneity expressed in the Joseon Dynasty's usage of make-up is shown through the interview form reflecting the make-up tools and age direction of the scenes or expert. Second, the interactivity and reality are well seen through the row equivalent in which the model seems to directly use the dressing demonstration of the expert and cosmetics material. Third, the cultural expandability and unexpectedness show through the production of situations which are viewed from the explanation of the narration and letter subtitles and drama.
 Keywords
Re-Mediation;TV Documentary;Joseon Dynasty Beauty Makeup;
 Language
Korean
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