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A study on change in the subae nongga at the time of the South Korean land reform

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Title A study on change in the subae nongga at the time of the South Korean land reform
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[Seoul]:Seoul National University(Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies)

Date 2013-06
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Seoul Journal of Korean Studies:vol 26(no. 1)
Pages 27
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
Holding Seoul National University

Abstract

Though strictly forbidden by the South Koran Land Reform Act(1950), the resale of lands distributed by that land reform was widespread. In Namjong-myeon, 38.3 percent of the original recipient households (the so-called subae nongga, those households that originally received land under the land reform) resold their distributed lands in de facto land sales. As a result of such sales, while the original recipient households in Namjong-myeon had numbered 371, the actual number of final recipient households-those who ultimately gained possession of the distributed lands-increased to 393. Among these 371 subae nongga households, 77 abandoned their distributed lands. Those who did so were economically disadvantaged relative to their peers in both the size of their landholdings as well as land distributions. (The rest omitted)