Took me a while to realise that Goeschen wasn't Georg Joachim Göschen or something dutch.
Common Korean name for the 1600's and 1700's, characterised by an unstable government era, in part brought upon by early western imperialism.
The Waipounamu Renaissance
After the partition, and the devastation of the subsequent war, South Aotearoa experienced an economic miracle during the 1960s under the Mana Orurehau regime. In this environment, the South Aotearoan film industry blossomed both artistically and commercially, surpassing the great successes of 1920s Aotearoan film. Propaganda films such as Pakanga! (1963) and Rātā (1967) used government funding to push technical boundaries, while directors such as Korahina Maniapoto and Maunga Utatonga developed the groundbreaking Hoa Kiriata art movement, highlighted by works such as as Te Pua (1965) and Turaturaki (1971).