by Subin KIM · 16 MIN READ
Published in 2009, The Private Life of a Nation imagined the impossible: the unification of South and North Korea. Here’s an introduction to the opinions of its author, Lee Eung-jun, and a translation of the second chapter.
by LEE Dae-hee from Pressian · 28 MIN READ
by JEON Byung-geun from Book Club Origin · 43 MIN READ
In a rare interview with a Korean journalist, Taiwan’s Tang Nuo opens up decades of reading. ‘Reader agitation’, marriage to Chu T’ien-hsin, and musings on where societies are headed.
Why a former N. Korean TV anchor hanged herself in an empty locker room: Lee’s bleak vision of a unified Korea continues
by Subin KIM · 14 MIN READ
Our second excerpt from “Private Life of a Nation”, a novel by Lee Eung-jun.
by R.H. Lee · 16 MIN READ
In his sixth book, Oh YoungWook uses his love of travel and illustration to take a fresh look at life. He talks with us about his motivations and creative process, and shares some excerpts.