Kim, J. (2022). Intersectionality in quality feminist television: rethinking women’s solidarity in The Handmaid’s Tale and Big Little Lies, Feminist Media Studies, 22(6), 1463-1477. doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2021.1891447
Kim, J. (2021). BTS as method: A counter-hegemonic culture in the network society. Media, Culture & Society, 43(6), 1061-1077.
Kim, J. (2020). The locality of plastic bodies: Korean reality TV, celebrity, and bimaxillary surgery. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 34(5), 720-732. doi: 10.1080/10304312.2020.1782837
Kim, J. (2019). The storyteller who crosses boundaries in Korean reality television: Transmedia storytelling in New Journey to the West. International Journal of Communication, 13, 2143-2160.
Jin, D., & Kim, J. (2018). The U.S. Adaptation of Korea’s Unscripted Format in the New Korean Wave Era: A Case Study of Grandpas Over Flowers. International Journal of Korean Studies, 22(2), 75-96.
Kim, J. (2018). Korea’s blacklist scandal: Governmentality, culture, and creativity. Culture, Theory, and Critique, 59(2), 81-93. doi: 10.1080/14735784.2018.1446837
Kim, J. (2016). Establishing an imagined SM Town: How Korea’s leading music company has produced a global cultural phenomenon. The Journal of Popular Culture, 49(5), 1042-1058.
Kim, J. (2016). Selling the past: Korea and China’s nation-branding to host Winter Olympic Games. China Media Research, 12(2), 23-29.
Kim, J. (2015). Reshaped, reconnected, and redefined: Media portrayals of Korean pop idol fandom. Journal of Fandom Studies, 3(1), 79-93.
Kim, J. (2006). Changes in television history documentaries in an age of globalization: A case study of KBS’ special documentary series, “China” (세계화 시대 TV 역사 다큐멘터리 변화에 관한 연구: KBS스페셜, “도자기”를 중심으로). Korean journal of Program and Text, 15, 73-104.
CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES
Kim, J. (2021). The Korean wave and the new global economy. In D. Jin (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Digital Media and Globalization. Routledge.
Kim, J. (2021). Korea’s creative migration to media cities in China: The space of flows and fluid assemblages. In Seok-kyeong Hong and Dal Yong Jin (Eds.). Transnational Convergence of East Asian pop culture. Roultledge.
Jin, D., & Kim, J. (2020). Global Media Organizations. In P. Moy (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Communication. 1-12. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jin, D., & Kim, J. (2018). Korean Wave (Hallyu) Studies, In K. Youm & N. Kwak (Eds.), Korean Communication, Media, and Culture: An Annotated Bibliography (pp. 255-282). Lexington Books.
Kim, J. (2018). Regionalizing reality: The rise of East Asian collaborations in television production, In Michael Keane, Brian Yecies and Terry Flew (Eds.), Willing Collaborators: Refashioning Content for the Chinese Media Market (pp. 155-170). Rowman & Littlefield.
Kim, J., & Huang, L. (2017). The unscripted format trade in a new era of the Korean Wave: The Chinese remaking of Korean Reality TV, Dad! Where Are You Going? In T. Yoon & D. Jin (Eds.), The Korean Wave: Retrospect and Prospect (pp. 209-224), Lexington Books.
Kim, J., & Kim, I. (2016). An art of remaking television dramas (반복과 변형의 미학, 리메이크). In Seok-Kyeong Hong-Mercier (ed.), All about Korean Television Dramas (pp. 171-199). Seoul: Culture Look.
Kim, J. (2015). Despite not being Johnny’s: The cultural impact of TVXQ in the Japanese music industry. In J. Choi & R. Maliangkay (Eds.), K-pop: The international rise of the Korean music industry (pp. 66-80). New York: Routledge.
Kim, J. (2020). The Rise of K-Dramas: Essays on Korean Television and Its Global Consumption. Edited by JaeYoon Park and Ann-Gee Lee. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2019. Pacific Affairs.