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This is a collection of data on various Korean literature events, exhibitions and education programs hosted by LTI Korea around the world.

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  • 2021 Seoul International Writers’ Festival Final Report Final Report
    Korean(한국어)

    2021-11-25 / II00000870

    This 51-page final report of the 2021 Seoul International Writers’ Festival contains the following information: results of the festival, program structure and operation, participating writers, survey (participating writers and audiences) results, opening keynote speeches, closing keynote speeches, related articles and media coverage

  • 2021 Seoul International Writers’ Festival One-on-One: Rhythm of Recovery II
    Korean(한국어)

    2021-10-08 / II00000854

    These are videos of One on One at the 2021 Seoul International Writers’ Festival. In this program, pairs of writers from Korea and abroad discuss various issues of modern society in relation to their works. The five sessions in 2021 were Restorative Writing (participants: Kim Yeonsu, Max Porter), Rhythm of Recovery (participants: Sin Yongmok, Jan Wagner), Artificial Intelligence and Utopia (participants: Kwak Jaesik, Ken Liu), Literature and the Way Home (participants: Koh Jaejong, Nouri Al-Jarrah), and Beyond Historical Trauma (participants: Kim Soom, Vanessa Springora). The videos were each produced in two parts in collaboration with Korea Educational Broadcasting System (EBS).

  • 2021 Seoul International Writers’ Festival One-on-One: Rhythm of Recovery I
    Korean(한국어)

    2021-10-08 / II00000853

    These are videos of One on One at the 2021 Seoul International Writers’ Festival. In this program, pairs of writers from Korea and abroad discuss various issues of modern society in relation to their works. The five sessions in 2021 were Restorative Writing (participants: Kim Yeonsu, Max Porter), Rhythm of Recovery (participants: Sin Yongmok, Jan Wagner), Artificial Intelligence and Utopia (participants: Kwak Jaesik, Ken Liu), Literature and the Way Home (participants: Koh Jaejong, Nouri Al-Jarrah), and Beyond Historical Trauma (participants: Kim Soom, Vanessa Springora). The videos were each produced in two parts in collaboration with Korea Educational Broadcasting System (EBS).

  • Poetry Reading I
    English(English)

    2021-10-08 / II00000847

    A total of 33 participating writers (17 from Korea and 16 from abroad) of the 2021 2021 Seoul International Writers’ Festival read selected excerpts from their own works. The 8 videos are divided into 5 novel readings and 3 poetry readings. From Korea, Jaesik Kwak, Kim Kichang, Kim Soom, Kim Yeonsu, Kim Jung Mi, Yun Ko-eun, Lee Miye, Yi Hyunseok, Lee hee young, Ch’oe Yun, Choi Jin-Young, Han Kang, Koh Jaejong, Sin Yongmok, An Hee-Yeon, Yu Gyeyoung, Lee Soyoun took part with their international counterparts, including Ge Shuiping, David Grossman, Mariana Enriquez, Maja Lunde, Max Porter, Matt Ruff, Vanessa Springora, Siri Ranva Hjelm Jacobsen, Evgeny Vodolazkin, Ken Liu, Trent Dalton, Nouri Al-Jarrah, Rim Battal, Seán Hewitt, Amanda Chong, Jan Wagner.

  • 2021 Seoul International Writers’ Festival Opening Ceremony (video)
    Korean(한국어)

    2021-10-08 / II00000839

    This is a video of the 2021 Seoul International Writers’ Festival Opening Ceremony and Opening Keynote Speech. Under the theme “Awakening”, the event was held on at 19:30 on Friday October 8, 2021 at Dongdaemun Design Plaza. Due to the coronavirus situation, it was live-streamed with no on-site spectators. Following the Opening Ceremony, the Opening Keynote Speech was given by Han Kang and Mariana Enriquez, two celebrated novelists from Korea and Argentina who perceive and navigate the world through texts. The speech was followed by a discussion moderated by Sin Yongmok.

  • 2012 Literary Events in Australia with Korean Poets : Author Shin Yong-mok Introductory Booklet
    English(English)

    2012-08-01 / II00000492

    This is an introductory material on poet Shin Yong-mok, produced for the 2012 Literary Event in Australia with Korean Poets. On August 29, Shin Yong-mok recited his poems and talked about his oeuvre at the poetry reading and reception held in the multipurpose hall of the Korean Cultural Center AU in Sidney, which was attended by over 80 people. On September 3, he also gave a general lecture on the history of Korean literature and read his works at Asialink in Melbourne. The event was attended by various people in the literary and cultural industries in Melbourne in addition to Australian poets, and broad discussions on the Korea-Australia exchange took place. The 25-page information booklet consists of two sections: “About the Author” and “About the Works.” It includes Shin’s poems such as “A Dangerous Bibliography,” “A Tank Lorry,” and “Autumn in the Enemy’s Land.”

  • 2008 Seoul International Writers’ Festival Final Report
    Korean(한국어)

    2008-05-19 / II00000004

    This is the final report of the 2008 Seoul Young Writers’ Festival, which took place on May 18~24, 2008 in Seoul, Youngju and Andong. The final report contains an overview of the festival, information on the program and participating writers and interviews.

  • 2008 Seoul Young Writers’ Festival
    Korean(한국어)

    2008-05-01 / II00000003

    This anthology from the 2008 Seoul Young Writers’ Festival contains selected works of 40 writers under the age of 45. The festival took place on May 18~24, 2008 in Seoul, Youngju and Andong.

  • 2008 Seoul Young Writers’ Festival Essay
    Korean(한국어)

    2005-05-07 / II00000002

    This collection of essays from the 2008 Seoul Young Writers’ Festival contains essays by 40 writers under the age of 45. The festival took place on May 18~24, 2008 in Seoul, Youngju and Andong.