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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2022;14(1): 191-205.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2022.14.1.191
The Forgetting and Remembering of the Jeju Uprising:Focusing on Kim Chang-saeng’s Kaze no Koe
Seongju PARK
PhD Student, Nagoya University Graduate School of The Humanities
埋もれていた存在の可視化と済州4·3という記憶―― 金蒼生風の声(2020)論
朴成柱
名古屋大学大学院人文学研究科博士後期課程。在日朝鮮人文学。
Correspondence  Seongju PARK ,Email: seichu129@gmail.com
Published online: 30 June 2022.
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ABSTRACT
Kim Chang-saeng’s novel “Kaze no Koe” tells the story of a twin sister who flees Jeju and smuggles herself into Japan. In a sense, women from Jeju Island who live in Japan constitute a diaspora based on two pillars, Japan and Jeju Island. They have survived many hardships such as patriarchal discrimination against women, ethnic discrimination in Japanese society, and the sacrifices made during the Jeju uprising.
The novel “Kaze no Koe” can serve as an illustration of how women in this diaspora are searching for their identity in this day and age, even as they are passing away over time.
Therefore, in light of Kim Chang-saeng’s novel “Kaze no Koe” this paper attempts to capture the lives of women who were forced to remain socially silent. This is because the novel is a clear testimony of Japan’s colonial rule and the Cold War structure of Japanese society, and I think it can help make it possible to heal the emotional wounds suffered by many at the hands of the state. In addition, the paper looks at the dynamics of the Jeju uprising.
Keywords: Kim Chang-saeng, Kaze no Koe, Zainichi Korean Women in Japan, Jeju uprising, Memory

キ―ワ―ド: 金蒼生, 風の声, 在日朝鮮人女性, 済州4·3, 記憶
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