The Korean Screen Culture Conference (KSCC)

The 9th Korean Screen Cultures Conference took place between Thursday 9 December and Friday 10 December 2021 via Zoom.


For further details, please contact:
Dr Ji-yoon An
Korea Foundation Visiting Assistant Professor
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information

The annual Korean Screen Culture Conference (KSCC) is dedicated to exploring all aspects of  Korean screen culture, including: television, K-pop, internet, computer gaming, webtoons, and film from both North and South Korea.

The Korean Screen Culture Conference (KSCC) is an annual conference dedicated to critically engaging with some of the most important issues that have affected contemporary Korean screen culture. Each year we welcome proposals for papers and panels on all aspects of Korean screen culture, including but not limited to: Korean cinema – North and South, past and present; video games; production, distribution & reception of film, television, and K-pop music videos; and the transnational and intermedial aesthetics of Korean screen culture such as the impacts of the Korean Wave (Hallyu), transnational and intermedial adaptations, co-productions, collaborations, and various intermedia practices. Previous successful conferences were held at: SOAS, the University of London (2012 & 2013), Sheffield Hallam University (2014), the University of Copenhagen (Denmark, 2015), King’s College, London (2016), Universität Hamburg (Germany, 2017), the University of Helsinki (Finland, 2018).

This site houses information about forthcoming events and calls for papers and archived data about previous events including panels and posters.

For further information about the KSCC, contact: Andy Jackson at

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KSCC 2021 was organised by a committee comprised of Dr Ji-yoon An (University of Tübingen), Dr Mark Plaice (University of Central Lancashire), Dr Andrew Logie (Helsinki University), Dr Barbara Wall (Copenhagen University), and Dr Andrew Jackson (Monash University).

Posters and Programmes from Previous Events

2021 9th KSCC virtual programme (PDF)

2020 9th KSCC virtual poster (PDF)

2020 9th KSCC virtual programme (PDF)

2019 K-drama symposium programme (PDF)

2019 8th KSCC programme (PDF)

2018 7th KSCC poster (PDF)

2018 7th KSCC programme (PDF)

2017 6th KSCC poster (PDF)

2017 6th KSCC programme (PDF)

2016 5th KSCC poster (PDF)

2016 5th KSCC abstracts (docx)

2016 5th KSCC programme (docx)

2015 4th KSCC poster (JPG)

2015 4th KSCC panels (PDF)

2014 3rd KSCC programme (docx)

2013 2nd KSCC poster (PDF)

2013 2nd KSCC programme (PDF)

2012 1st KSCC poster (PDF)

2012 1st KSCC abstracts (PDF)