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The Quarterly Changbi was registered in December.


Edited by Paik Nak-chung and printed by Munu Chulpansa, the inaugural issue of the Quarterly Changbi (winter 1966) was published. It included Paik’s substantive article “A New Stance on Creation and Criticism,” which stated the case for a new era of progressive intellectual thought and discussion.
In its autumn issue, the Quarterly Changbi published a Korean translation of Arnold Hauser’s “The Film Age,” the final chapter in his The Social History of Art.


Began serializing Bang Yeong-ung’s novel A Story of Bunnye in the summer issue.
The Quarterly Changbi switched its printing house to Ilchokak in the winter.