Some Things Do Not Hurt, Even If They Get in My...

Artist Yoo, Heeju   Some Things Do Not Hurt, Even If They Get in My Eyes   I live Because some things do not hurt, even if they get...

A Bird Sign- Write by Lee, Jeonglock

Artist Yoo, Heeju A Bird Sign   The first stroke of the character “bul” 不 stands for ‘sky’: -- The arrow under ‘sky’ is shaped After the wings and...

A Country to be Misse – Chang, SeokJoo

  A Country to be Misse   A country to be missed; I will return there in October. The hometown of my first wife, in my younger...

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What’s Lost and Found in Translation: Korean Poetry and the Case...

  Yu Jin Ko Wellesley College What's Lost and Found in Translation: Korean Poetry and the Case of Ko Un   One way or another, all translators of poetry contend...

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Happy New Year 2018.

  Thank you for loving Koreanlit.com in 2017. Poets, translators, staff, friends, supporters, poetry readers ... Happy New Year 2018. Koreanlit.com Team love Korean poetry Readers. We will do...

Human Acts by Han Kang; trans. Deborah Smith, book review

    Human Acts by Han Kang; trans. Deborah Smith, book review 북리뷰: 한강의 <소년이 온다> (데보라 스미스 역) Han Kang tackles a shocking moment in South Korean...

Events

Introduction to Events- 2nd Korean Poetry Reading

https://youtu.be/vq9GdSa4oJU   Korean literature and politics are entering a new phase. From October 2016 through April 2017, a series of 23 rallies were held that demanded the...

 2nd Korean Poetry Reading

   2nd Korean Poetry Reading UMASS AMHERST CAMPUS CENTER RM # 165 Wed 6:30 pm Dec 6. 2017 For the first anniversary of the candlelight revolution For peace in...

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