The House with the Sunken Courtyard by Kim Won Il, published in 2009 by the China Social Sciences Press, is a work that deftly reveals the social realities of Korea in the wake of the Korean War, providing readers with an opportunity to learn about the history and realities of Korea. The wounds and brutal reality resulting from the war are vividly revived through a look into the daily lives of refugees after the war. The Korean War, which broke out on the Korean peninsula in 1950, had a deep impact on Korean society, as well as a direct impact on Chinese society, and has left people with vivid memories. The House with the Sunken Courtyard, with its adroit, true-to-life depiction of the social realities of Korea after the war, is a major work representing the Korean War novels that serve as a window through which Chinese readers may learn of the recent history.



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