Korea and U.S. Policy in Asia

Authors

  • F. V. Moment

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-013-01-1961-05_3

Keywords:

History, Imperialism

Abstract

Traveling between Inchon and Seoul, you see three faces of present day South Korea—the village, the town, and the city. Most representative are the farming villages, many without electricity, around which small rice paddies pattern the clayish earth. The lively movement of children, naked or ragged as they play in the season's dust, mud, or snow, counterpoints the slow rhythm of women washing laundry across bare rocks or working the fields with their men.

Published

1961-05-02

Issue

Section

Articles