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Kyuchan Kim


Associate Research Fellow at the Korean Culture & Tourism Institute, Korea. Dr. Kim has published many academic articles and reports related to the Korean cultural industry policy. He specializes in the Chinese cultural industry and the way in which it relates to the corresponding evolution of the Korean cultural industry.

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    The Next Growth Strategy for Hallyu: A Comparative Analysis of Global Entertainment Firms

    By: Kyuchan Kim Guest Author 

    Previous policy approaches on Hallyu have been focused on the role of government engagement, particularly in fostering diversity and equal business opportunities for small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs). However, a more strategic approach to the cultural industries should be implemented by carefully examining the role of the private sector, particularly the role of large enterprises (LEs). This is important because LEs have an overarching and...

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