ISSN 2674-8053

Julia Machado Gebara

Bachelor's Degree in International Relations from the Superior School of Propaganda and Marketing in São Paulo. Born in Baixada Santista, nurtures great interest in culture and foreign languages ​​since childhood.. Among its focuses of attention are European and Asian studies, with an emphasis on cultural movements.
And the wave took
China, South Korea

And the wave took

Yesterday was a milestone in cinematography: a movie "Parasite", sul-Korean, was the first feature film in "foreign language" (read up: not in english) winning the Academy Award for Best Film. In simple terms, we witness the crest of a cultural wave that has been gradually covering the world to reach its highest level. Of course, the Chinese journalists who coined, in the years 90, o neologismo Kpop ("hánlú"; in Korean, "hallyu"), "korean wave", to refer to the wide diffusion of Korean products in your country did not imagine the proportions that the phenomenon they observed would take. What started as a series of policies cultural "protectionists" of South Korea would soon translate, in other asian countries, in a growing audience across the ...