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  • Comics: Hong Gildong
  • Shin Dong Wu (bio) and Minsoo Kang

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Dream. 2007, Etching, 50 × 90 cm 6

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Bicycle. 2004, Etching. 50 × 80 cm 10

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Girl. Pencil drawing on paper, 60 × 35 cm 12

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Shin Dong Wu

Shin Dong Wu (1936–1994) was the most important South Korean comic book artist of his time. He was born in Hoeryeong in North Hamgyeong Province, but moved to Seoul with his mother when he was eleven years old. He studied applied art at Seoul National University and began producing comic strips for various journals. He is most famous for his Hong Gildong comics, which first appeared in 1965 in the children’s newspaper Sonyeon Joseon Ilbo and were also published in book form starting from 1968.

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ISSN
1944-6500
Print ISSN
1939-6120
Pages
pp. 328-355
Launched on MUSE
2013-05-03
Open Access
No
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