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Perhaps nothing is more appealing to a Korean TV audience than a stock of resilient wives and affable daughter-in-laws — themes which often draw a very warn reception from viewers.
Chusoek, probably the most politicised of holidays in the South Korean calendar, has become the family occasion in which the Married women in Gyeongju gender division of labour now clashes with the changing status of women thanks to the intense preparation necessary for jerye [ancestor worship]. Compounded with the several hours of travel-induced fatigue, the inevitable family grievances, and the stress of awkward questions from well-meaning relatives, the otherwise festive season can become quite the stressful tinderbox.
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To this ever-expanding front-line of the cultural war within South Korea, multicultural marriages and foreign housewives looks set to be an increasingly important topic. The below article is a series of screen shots published on Korean internet portal Daum about an SBS special that was aired on Korean television over the Chuseok holiday.
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