Dismantling and Reconstruction of Family Relationship as Revealed in "My Golden Life"

<황금빛 내 인생>에서 나타난 가족관계 해체와 재구성

  • Kim, Joon (The Faculty of Liberal Arts, Yewon Arts University)
  • 김준 (예원예술대학교 교양학부)
  • Received : 2018.09.12
  • Accepted : 2018.11.20
  • Published : 2018.11.28


The purpose of this article is to understand the causes and consequences of the formation and division process of the family relationship and the meaning of the restoration of the family relationship that appeared for the baby-boomer generation, the eco-boomer generation, and the subsequent generation which represent the reality of the time involved. The research method is based on a family that reflects the current age in the drama "My Golden Life" which showed the highest audience rating in the first half of 2018. As a result, the burdens, conflicts, and responsibility of the generations about family relations appeared as unilateral relations. It cut off the entangled relationship and dismantled it. However, the disconnection of the relationship played a role in recovering the subjectivity of the individual from the bridle of the family. As it turned out, the restoration of the family relationship was possible in the bi-directional relationship after the self-esteem and identity of the individual was established first.




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