by LEE Jae-jin from Media Today · 15 MIN READ
“In this era of peace on the Korean Peninsula, the issue of North Korean defectors requires a combination of approaches… Defectors show characteristics of minorities, marginalized, and drifters.”
by Subin KIM · 9 MIN READ
Why the author’s NYT take on the Korean War has stirred up a hornet’s nest.
by JANG Seul-ki from Media Today · 13 MIN READ
Stuck in old ways.
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.
6 MIN READ
Stuck in a misconception.
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.