Watch the 12-minute fragment of Tyosen (1938, K. Kawaguchi), which portrays a traveler's view of Korea (or "Chōsen" as it was known under Japanese colonial rule). Pay close attention to the way in which "Korea" is being presented to the viewer, and how it is being talked about in the voice over. What impression of Korea does the film give you? What does the filmmaker choose to show us of this country? Whom do we see? What do you think the purpose or message of this "travel essay" might be?