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  • Review: Honford Star | Endless Blue Sky by Lee Hyoseok
    Review: Honford Star | Endless Blue Sky by Lee Hyoseok
    English(English) Article

    Books And Bao / August 18, 2018

    A review of Lee Hyoseok's  

  • ‘ENDLESS BLUE SKY’ BY LEE HYOSEOK (REVIEW)
    ‘ENDLESS BLUE SKY’ BY LEE HYOSEOK (REVIEW)
    English(English) Article

    Tony's Reading List / September 10, 2018

    A review of Lee Hyoseok's  

  • Festival Kebudayaan Hyo Seok
    Festival Kebudayaan Hyo Seok
    Malay(Bahasa Melayu) Article

    Uncle Zuan / July 09, 2017

  • ENDLESS BLUE SKY
    ENDLESS BLUE SKY
    English(English) Book Review

    East Asian Literature in Translation / March 11, 2023

    Lee Hyoseok wrote the progressive romance Endless Blue Skies and published it in installments in the Maeli Times from January of 1940 to July of 1941.

  • 18 Must-Read Korean Novels in English
    18 Must-Read Korean Novels in English
    English(English) Article

    Books&Bao / March 17, 2023

    If you’re looking for the best Korean novels in English translation, this list of ten is the perfect place to start.

  • 8 Penerbit Buku yang Wajib Dipantengi Penggemar Fiksi Jepang dan Korea
    8 Penerbit Buku yang Wajib Dipantengi Penggemar Fiksi Jepang dan Korea
    Indonesian(Bahasa Indonesia) Article

    idntimes / August 27, 2023

    Dengan misi menerbitkan karya-karya sastra terjemahan karya penulis asal Jepang dan Korsel yang belakangan sedang naik daun, mereka bisa jadi rujukanmu saat hendak belanja buku. Tenang, tak hanya translasi bahasa Inggris, ada beberapa penerbit yang khusus menerjemahkannya ke dalam bahasa Indonesia untuk mengakomodasi pembaca Tanah Air.

  • 23 Must-Read Korean Novels in English
    23 Must-Read Korean Novels in English
    English(English) Article

    Books and Bao / November 03, 2023

    Ask anyone with at least one eye on world literature in translation which countries are putting out the most groundbreaking novels, and they will likely mention South Korea. Korean novels frequently bend and break genres, explore often untouched social and political themes, and speak to our very souls.

  • 20 Must-Read Historical Fiction Books Set in Korea
    20 Must-Read Historical Fiction Books Set in Korea
    English(English) Article

    Book Riot / December 15, 2023

    The Korean Wave has exploded in popularity in recent years. It’s evident in K-pop, K-drama, and webtoons, all of which originated in South Korea. The Korean Wave is stronger than ever in many countries, particularly in mine, which is only a few hours away from Seoul. K-pop concerts are held on occasion, and there are even Korean barbecue restaurants on almost every corner (samgyeopsal is to die for). This phenomenon is not going away soon, either. Everything Korean these days seems in high demand, even in various storytelling formats such as comics and books. The boom of K-drama-inspired novels has made it to romance publishing and beyond.