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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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  • Here, We Are Face to Face
    English(English)

    2021-03-01 / II00000583

    The theme of the 51st issue of Korean Literature Now (KLN), a literary journal produced and distributed to introduce Korean literature and writers to the general public and experts abroad and form a discourse on Korean literature, is “disaster.” This is an excerpt from “Here, We Are Face to Face” by author Choi Eunmi, which is one of the works of Korean literature on disasters.

  • Audio Clip from the Seoul International Writers Festival 2020 – First Discussion Session
    Korean(한국어)

    2020-11-03 / II00000569

    This is an audio clip of the first discussion session at the Seoul International Writers Festival 2020. It was held online on November 3, 2020, and a total of 174 people registered in advance to attend. Writers from Korea and abroad discussed social issues under the theme of “You Must Crawl Forward.”

  • Results Report Sourcebook for the Seoul International Writers’ Festival 2020
    Korean(한국어)

    2020-11-02 / II00000546

    This is a sourcebook of reports on the results of the Seoul International Writers’ Festival 2020. Seoul International Writers’ Festival 2020 was held online from November 2 to 8, 2020, under the theme of “Writing Tomorrow.” A total of 25 writers from Korea and abroad participated in the festival, and a total of 2,894 people signed up in advance to attend. The sourcebook includes the results of the festival, information on the composition and operation of the events, information on participating writers, analytical results on surveys of participating writers and the audience, Opening and Closing Keynote Speeches, and related articles.

  • Program Book for the Seoul International Writers’ Festival 2020
    English(English)

    2020-11-02 / II00000545

    This is the program book for the Seoul International Writers’ Festival 2020. Seoul International Writers’ Festival 2020 was held online from November 2 to 8, 2020, under the theme of “Writing Tomorrow.” A total of 25 writers from Korea and abroad participated in the festival, and a total of 2,894 people signed up in advance to attend. The program book consists of a set of instructions on how to participate in the festival, a program of events, information on each event, and a list of participants.

  • Novel Reading II - Audio Clip from the Seoul International Writers Festival 2020
    Korean(한국어)

    2020-10-28 / II00000560

    This is an audio clip of Novel Reading II, the third reading session from the Seoul International Writers Festival 2020. It was held on October 24, 2020, and writers from Korea and abroad read their own works. Seven writers participated in the event, for which a total of 39 people registered in advance to attend.

  • Novel Reading II
    English(English)

    2020-10-28 / II00000550

    Novel Reading II was the third Reading session held as part of the Novel and Poetry Readings at the Seoul International Writers’ Festival 2020. It was held on October 28, 2020, and writers from Korea and abroad read their own works. Seven writers participated in the event, for which a total of 66 people registered in advance to attend.

  • [Audiobook/Excerpt] Downpour
    English(English)

    2020-09-01 / II00000313

    For the purpose of generating a discourse on Korean literature and introducing Korean writers and works to general readers and experts overseas, KLN publishes excerpts of translated Korean literary works. This is an excerpt from Son Bo-mi’s “Downpour”.

  • KLN(Korean Literature Now) Vol.48
    English(English)

    2020-06-12 / II00000190

    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.

  • I Won’t Go Home Just Yet
    English(English)

    2020-06-12 / II00000206

    For the purpose of generating a discourse on Korean literature and introducing Korean writers and works to general readers and experts overseas, KLN publishes excerpts of translated Korean literary works. This is an excerpt from “I Won’t Go Home Just Yet” by Baik Sou Linne.

  • Room
    English(English)

    2020-06-12 / II00000202

    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. KLN Vol. 48 introduces works that deal with housing issues and reality faced by women. This is an excerpt from “Room” by Kang Hwa Gil.