Ahn Eun-young, a public health teacher at M High School, has a special power to see things that are invisible to others. Ahn Eun-young's power is often used to exorcise demons. Ahn and Hong In-pyo join forces to address and resolve violence, scars, and conflicts among people and to create a safe school for students.
This is a novel by Chung Serang, published in 2015. The main character is an ordinary public health teacher at a private high school, who fights against invisible enemies that constantly threaten the daily life of students. Through an imaginary character who handles violent incidents and resolves invisible conflicts and confrontations, this novel presents hopes to escape from the oppression of reality are revealed.
2015년에 출간된 정세랑의 장편소설이다. 주인공은 사립고등학교의 평범한 보건교사로 사소하지만 지속적으로 학생들의 일상을 위협하는 보이지 않는 적들과 싸우는 인물이다. 폭력적인 사건과 보이지 않는 갈등과 대립을 해결하는 상상 속의 인물을 통해 현실의 억압에서 벗어나려는 기대를 드러내었다.
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