Корея и Россия: общество, политика, история, культура: К 120-летию корееведения в С.-Петербургском государственном университете
The book "Korea and Russia: Society, politics, history, culture. To the 120th anniversary of Korean studies in the St. Petersburg State University version "includes articles written on the basis of reports presented at the international scientific conference “120 years Russian and Korean Studies at St. Petersburg State University, which took place
October 13-14, 2017. In 15 chapters of the book, 5 of which are in English, the reader can get acquainted with the widest range of studies covering areas such as social change in Korean and Russian societies, history, culture, literature, linguistics of Korea, as well as History of Korean studies in Russia and abroad. Also, the book provides an opportunity to get acquainted with a number of achievements of South Korean colleagues in the millet exploring Russia. The book is intended for professionals, students of higher educational institutions of oriental profiles, as well as for all interested history, culture, society of Korea.
Invaluable role of Korean youth in the national liberation movement of Korea, in the fight against the Japanese colonization of the independence of the homeland. Analysis of activity of Korean youth organizations will allow to identify their role and place in the struggle for independence and its influence on the development of self-consciousness and national consciousness of the Korean youth. The article is devoted to the Korean youth movement in the 1920s. For the first time introduced into circulation new documents and materials from Russian archives, presents an analysis of the structure of various youth organizations, including the first Komsomol organizations in Korea, Manchuria, Japan and Russia. The main goals and objectives of youth organizations were directed not only to fight against the colonial domination of Japan, one of the main tasks of the Korean youth was educational activities directed at the elimination of Korean traditional values, the struggle for equality in society and in the family. Intuitively presented and ideological struggle between youth organizations, religious, socialist, communist and nationalist orientation, covers the activities of the Korean section of the Komsomol Communist Youth International (CIY). Sufficiently clear traced and ideological incompatibility not only in the youth movement, but also in general in the Korean independence movement.