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Korean Literature Essay Contest at the University of Malaga, Spain
September 07, 2020 to December 04, 2020
Descriptions - 2 Languages
The contest was held at the University of Malaga, the University of Granada, and the University of Seville from September 7 to December 4, 2020. Participants were to read and write an essay on Kim Un-su’s The Plotters. Of the 12 participants, three received awards (one 1st prize, one 2nd prize, and one 3rd prize winners).
2020년 9월 7일부터 12월 4일까지 스페인 말라가대학교, 그라나다대학교, 세비야대학교에서 진행되었다. 독후감 대회의 대상 작품은 김언수 『설계자들』으로 총 12명이 제출하였다. 총 3명(1,2,3등 각 1명)에게 시상되었다.
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