The Library provides information on where to purchase e-books of Korean literature. In addition, you can find free e-books in the Library's digital collection
저작권이 만료된 한국문학 번역작품을 PDF 또는 EPUB 형태로 제공합니다. 대표적으로 "20세기 한국문학 시리즈(20th Century Korean Literature Series)"가 있습니다.

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  • Crisantemo blancoMARY LYNN BRACHT

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    2018
    Estamos en 1943, en la Corea ocupada por los japoneses, dos hermanas crecen dentro de la comunidad Haenyeo de la isla de Jeju. Las mujeres haenyeo son conocidas por su maestría en el buceo; la suya es una comunidad muy peculiar donde son las mujeres las que ganan el pan.La hermana mayor, Hana, se...
  • The Way You Make Me FeelMAURENE GOO

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    2018
    From the author of I Believe in a Thing Called Love , a laugh-out-loud story of love, new friendships, and one unique food truck. Clara Shin lives for pranks and disruption. When she takes one joke too far, her dad sentences her to a summer working on his food truck, the KoBra, alongside her...
  • At DuskHwang Sok-yong

    In the evening of his life, a wealthy man begins to wonder if he might have missed the point. Park Minwoo is a success story. Born into poverty in a miserable neighbourhood of Seoul, he has ridden the wave of development in his country. Now the director of a large architectural firm, his hard work...
  • The Court DancerKyung-sook Shin

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    2018
    Set during the dramatic final years of the Korean Empire, the new novel from Man Asian Literary Prize winner Kyung-Sook Shin features a mysterious dancer caught up in the dizzying sweep of history. Based on a remarkable true story, the New York Times bestselling author of Please Look After Mom...
  • City of Ash and Red (will be released on Nov 06, 2018)Hye-young Pyun

    For fans of J. G. Ballard and early Ian McEwan, a tense psychological thriller and Kafkaesque parable by the 2017 Shirley Jackson Award winner—called "an airtight masterpiece" by Korea's Wall street Journal. Distinguished for his talents as a rat killer, the nameless protagonist of Hye-young Pyun's...
  • The HoleHye-young Pyun

    A 2017 Shirley Jackson Award Winner Named one of the Top 10 Thrillers to Read This Summer by Time magazine. In this tense, gripping novel by a rising star of Korean literature, Oghi has woken from a coma after causing a devastating car accident that took his wife's life and left him paralyzed and...
  • Dead Soon EnoughSteph Cha

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    2015
    From critically acclaimed author Steph Cha-Los Angeles-based P.I. Juniper Song is back in a thrillingly written, masterfully plotted story of how far a mother will go for her child Finally a licensed private detective, Steph Cha's "compelling and original" (LA Times) crime heroine Juniper Song is...
  • Beware BewareSteph Cha

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    2014
    Juniper Song—an unforgettable new crime heroine hailed as "young, sharp, and worldly-wise" by New York Times bestselling author Meg Gardiner—returns in this smart, fast-paced follow-up to Steph Cha's critically acclaimed debut Follow Her Home Working as an apprentice at a P.I. firm, Juniper Song...
  • Follow Her HomeSteph Cha

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    2013
    A stunning, edgy debut introducing Juniper Song, an amateur sleuth taking on the darkness in the veins of L.A. with razor-sharp wit and a breaking heart. Juniper Song knows secrets–how to keep them and how to search them out. As a girl, noir fiction was her favorite escape, and Philip Marlowe has...
  • The CollectiveDon Lee

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    2012
    "Heartbreaking, sexy, and frequently funny."—Stephan Lee, Entertainment WeeklyIn 1988, Eric Cho, an aspiring writer, arrives at Macalester College. On his first day he meets a beautiful fledgling painter, Jessica Tsai, and another would-be novelist, the larger-than-life Joshua Yoon. Brilliant,...
  • When My Name Was KeokoLinda Sue Park

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    2011
    Sun-hee and her older brother, Tae-yul, live in Korea with their parents. Because Korea is under Japanese occupation, the children study Japanese and speak it at school. Their own language, their flag, the folktales Uncle tells them—even their names—are all part of the Korean culture that is now...

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