KLN(Korean Literature Now) Vol.48
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- KLN(Korean Literature Now) Vol.48
- Women’s Housing Experiences in Korean Megacities, Lim Chulwoo
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KLN is published and distributed for the purpose of generating a discourse on Korean literature and introducing Korean writers and works to general readers and experts overseas. The theme of KLN Vol. 48 is Women’s Housing Experiences in Korean Megacities. In the pandemic era, the recognition of one’s house or room as a safe haven that ensures privacy makes us consider whom or what we’ve forgotten. This issue brings forth forgotten faces and illustrates the places they find themselves in.
한국문학 및 한국작가 등을 해외 일반인 및 전문가들에게 소개하고 한국문학에 대한 담론을 형성시키고자 제작, 배포하고 있는 KLN의 48호 주제는 ‘도시 여성의 취약한 주거 환경’이다. 팬데믹 시대의 누구에게나 유일한 피난처이자 사생활을 보장하는 안전한 공간이라는 집과 방에 대한 인식이 누구를 무엇을 망각하고 있는가를 묻는다. 잊어도 좋았던 얼굴들을 불러오고 그들이 놓인 공간을 가시화한다.
This work held by the Literature Translation Institute of Korea can be used under the conditions of the “Korea Open Government License (KOGL) Type 4: Source Indication, Commercial Use Prohibition, and Change Prohibition.” However, there may be additional restrictions against the use of photographic works, which are protected by copyright. Therefore please inquire before use.
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