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【臨時休館中】金達寿生誕100年記念、日本人と朝鮮人の相互理解を希求したその生涯と作品を紹介
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2021.01.14

[Temporarily closed] Introducing the life and works of Tal-su Kim's 100th anniversary, seeking mutual understanding between Japanese and Koreans

神奈川近代文学館 Holding period: 2020.12.12 ~ 2021.03.14
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「Spot Exhibition / Collection Collection Exhibition 19 "100th Anniversary of Tal-su Kim Exhibition"」

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(TOP image) Tal-su Kim "Viewing the Korean Peninsula from Tsushima" Photographed by Chin-hui Yi

* The Kanagawa Museum of Modern Literature will be temporarily closed from January 12th (Tuesday) to March 8th (Monday) to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection. Please see " here " for details.

Tal-su Kim (Kim, Tal-su / Kim Darus 1920-1997) was a writer who continued to ask what human beings are and what they should be through his works, centered on his experience as a Korean in Japan. Born in Gyeongsangnam-do, Korea under the annexation of Japan and Korea, Kim Tal-su, who moved to Japan at the age of 10, aspired to literature while helping poor families, and announced "Genkai Nada" and "Taebaek Mountains" after the war. Active as a pioneer of Korean writers in Japan. He is also a writer closely related to Kanagawa, who lived in Yokosuka for about 10 years during and after the war. In the latter half of my life, I pursued the relationship between Korea and Japan dating back to ancient times, and brought it to fruition in my life work, "Korean culture in Japan."

The Kanagawa Museum of Modern Literature donated the Tal-su Kim materials in 2003 (Heisei 15) and has preserved them as the "Tal-su Kim Library". With the 100th anniversary of the birth of Tal-su Kim in 2020 (Reiwa 2), we will introduce his life and works that sought mutual understanding between Japanese and Koreans, focusing on the materials of "Tal-su Kim Bunko".

Spot Exhibition / Collection Collection Exhibition 19
"100th Anniversary of Tal-su Kim Exhibition"
[Date and time] December 12, 2020 (Sat) -March 14, 2021 (Sun) 9: 30-17: 00 (Admission is until 16:30)
[Venue] Kanagawa Museum of Modern Literature, Exhibition Room 3
[Closed] Monday, January 12th (Tuesday) -February 7th (Sunday)
[Price] General ¥ 260, under 20 years old and students ¥ 160, 65 years old and over ¥ 110, high school students ¥ 100, junior high school students and younger free
* If you have a physical disability certificate, love certificate, nursing certificate, or mental disability certificate, you can show your certificate or Mirairo ID for free (please contact us for details).
[Organizer] Kanagawa Museum of Modern Literature, Kanagawa Literature Promotion Association
[Inquiries] 045-622-6666 (Kanagawa Museum of Modern Literature)
* Please check the "Preventive Measures Guidelines" when you visit the museum.

  • Kanagawa Museum of Modern Literature

This literature museum was opened in 1984. During this time, the exhibition includes large-scale exhibitions by genre such as popular literature, children, and poetry, as well as Soseki Natsume, Ryunosuke Akutagawa, Kyoka Izumi, the three brothers Arishima, Minoru Samurai, Yasunari Kawabata, Osamu Osamu, Eiji Yoshikawa, and Shu Yamamoto. We have held more than 50 special exhibitions such as exhibitions of individual writers such as Goro and exhibitions of literary walks that divide Kanagawa such as Kamakura, Yokohama, and Kawasaki by region, and we are focusing on literary exhibition activities including permanent exhibitions. I did.

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