Here are 9 Korean Books To Read Before Visiting South Korea.
The children of So-no, 69, who gets separated from her husband in the bustle of the Seoul metro station.
An unnamed narrator explores the dual white worlds of the blank page and winter Warsaw while on a writing residence.
The storylines were made more intense by the writing (or translation), which could transport me to the book’s fictional setting.
Sokcho, a tourist destination on the border between South and North Korea, is experiencing winter.
Yona has spent the last 10 years working behind a desk as a coordinator for Jungle, a tour operator that specialises in vacation packages.
You already know how it will turn out. A heart-breaking but lovely tale.
Yeong-hye and her spouse led routine lives before the nightmare. But Yeong-he chooses to cleanse her mind and stop eating meat.
Masaji Ishikawa, who is half Japanese and half Korean, has felt like a man without a nation his entire life.
Kim Jiyoung resides in a compact, orderly apartment on the outskirts of Seoul, a chaotic metropolis.