This article investigates relationships between South Koreans and North Korean Refugees where many North Korean Refugees co-reside with native South Koreans. It focuses on the relationships within a space for everyday life. By examining interaction and social relations of South-North Koreans in a ordinary social space, this articles provides useful data to comprehend cognitively and emotively dimensional interactions between them.
ChunHeung Mo, Hanyang Peace Institute, South Korea
Stream: Politics/ political Studies/ Political Sciences
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