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KCI등재 학술저널

문화재 반환과 둘러싼 한일회담의 한계

- 일본의 한국 문화재 반환 절차를 중심으로

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This study investigates how Japan nationalized the cultural assets from the colony and foreign countries when the “Cultural Assets Protection Law” was legislated in 1950. It also analyzes how Japan enforced the nationalizing and returning of the cultural assets to Korea during the Korea-Japan talks in the 1950s and the 1960s. During the 14 years of Korea-Japan talks, the cultural assets which was excavated out of the Korean peninsula and defined as the Japanese assets were partly turned to Korea. It was proceeded, however, in secret by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan. After returning of assets, the ministry reported to the Diet and Japanese society learned the event from Korean or Japanese newspapers. Although the return of cultural assets was made from Japan to Korea, it was done only in the frame of “National Assets” of Japan. It showed the limited undertaking in the legacy of the Japanese colonial rule, resulting in the Korea-Japan agreement for the Korean cultural assets as “the private assets of the Japanese people” and “the belongings of the Japanese people.”

Ⅰ. 들어가며

Ⅱ. 패전 이후 일본 내 약탈 문화재의 처리

Ⅲ. 일본의 `문화재보호법` 제정 과정과 외국 유래 문화재에 관한 규정

Ⅳ. 한국으로의 일본 국유재산의 증여 - 한국 문화재 반환의 또 다른 얼굴

Ⅴ. 일본의 반환 품목 선정의 기준 - `양산부부총` 유물을 중심으로

Ⅵ. 결론을 대신하며

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