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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 One-on-One: Beyond Historical Trauma II
    Korean(한국어)

    2021-10-08 / II00000858

    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: Beyond Historical Trauma I
    Korean(한국어)

    2021-10-08 / II00000857

    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).

  • Novel Reading II
    Korean(한국어)

    2021-10-08 / II00000843

    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.

  • Seoul Bilingual Poetry Reading Poster (July 2020)
    Korean(한국어)

    2020-07-01 / II00000223

    This is a poster announcing LEE Jenny’s bilingual poetry reading at Wit N Cynical on July 24, 2020.

  • Seoul Bilingual Poetry Reading Leaflet (July 2020)
    Korean(한국어)

    2020-07-01 / II00000224

    This is a leaflet from Shin Mina’s bilingual poetry reading at Wit N Cynical on July 24, 2020. It contains Lee’s poems in Korean and French.

  • Korean Poetry in Bangla: Seoul to Soul: Poems from Korea by Kang Unkyo et al.
    English(English)

    2020-06-12 / II00000207

    For the purpose of generating a discourse on Korean literature and introducing Korean writers and works to general readers and experts overseas, KLN publishes book reviews by overseas scholars and publishers. This is a review of the Bengali translation of Poems from Korea by Kang Unkyo et al.

  • KLN(Korean Literature Now) Vo.45
    English(English)

    2019-09-05 / II00000021

    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. 45 is Bapsang. In literature, “Bapsang” offers insight into family, community, society, culture, and political ideology. This issue examines changes in the lives of Korean people through literary works.

  • Noodles
    English(English)

    2019-09-05 / II00000032

    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. 45 is Bapsang, which is where communication or disconnection occurs in daily life. This is an excerpt from “Noodles” by Kim Soon.

  • Knife Marks
    English(English)

    2019-09-05 / II00000031

    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. 45 is Bapsang, which is where communication or disconnection occurs in daily life. This is an excerpt from “Knife Marks” by Kim Ae-ran.

  • A Singularity. Kim Hyesoon
    English(English)

    2019-09-05 / II00000029

    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. 45 contains an essay on Kim Hyesoon, the winner of the 2019 International Griffin Poetry, by the US poet Joyelle McSweeney.