NEGOTIATING BORDERS, AN EXHIBITION FROM THE REAL DMZ PROJECT AT THE KOREAN CULTURAL CENTRE AUSTRALIA – TAASA Review December 2021
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Kim Sunjung T he DMZ is a 4km-wide, 248km-long ‘zone’ that divides the Korean Peninsula into South and North Korea.
It is an afterlife of the Cold War that exists to this day.
The Korean Peninsula was first divided in 1945 by the United States and the Soviet Union in their effort to diminish the Japanese army...