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Actress Kim Ah-joong, Publication of book co-written with Korea University's Journalism professor Kim Kwang-su

2008/06/05 Source

Actress Kim Ah-joong's co-written book 'Emotion Communication' was published on May 30.

'Emotion Communication' was divided into six themes of emotions that were essential for the evolution of mankind: fear, anger, disgust, sadness, love, and happiness. For each emotion, it studies an example and type, reaction when it's experienced, and expressions of it in terms of brain science, physiology, psychology, and communication.

Profess Kim Kwang-su approached the emotions in a scholarly way, and Kim Ah-joong expressed what she felt as an actress, and she also was the model for the pictures of these emotions.

Kim Ah-joong is planning to donate all the proceeds from the book to a treatment center for children who have a disability in expressing their emotions.

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