The KCC’s first literature night of 2017 is The dog who dared to dream

by Philip Gowman on 11 February, 2017

in Asides, Event Notices, KCCUK, Korean literature in translation

The KCC’s first Korean Literature Night of 2017 features another of Hwang Sun-mi’s short novels. And this year, the nights don’t clash with the film screenings.

The Dog Who Dared To dream

Hwang Sun-mi
Tuesday 28 February 2017, 18.30-20.30 @KCCUK

The dog who dared to dreamThe Korean Literature Night (KLN) is a monthly discussion group that explores various themes and topics relating to that month’s chosen book. We begin our 2017 programme with the international bestselling author Hwang Sum-mi and her book The Dog Who Dared to Dream.

Entrance Free – Booking Essential. Apply to info@kccuk.org.uk or call 020 7004 2600 with your name and contact details by Monday 13th Feb 14.00. The booking system utilises a lottery based programme that picks names at random, once the final selection has been drawn we will send you an e-mail regarding the result of the selection. You can pick up a copy of the book from the KCCUK, once you have received your confirmation e-mail.

Available Seats: 15

About the Book

This is the story of a dog named Scraggly. Born an outsider because of her distinctive appearance, she spends most of her days in the sun-filled yard of her owner’s house. Scraggly has dreams and aspirations just like the rest of us. But each winter, dark clouds descend and Scraggly is faced with challenges that she must overcome. Through the clouds and even beyond the gates of her owner’s yard lies the possibility of friendship, motherhood and happiness – they are for the taking if Scraggly can just hold on to them, bring them home and build the life she so desperately desires.

Dog who dared to dream (Korean cover)

About the Author

Sun-mi Hwang is a beloved writer in South Korea, where she has won many awards and published more than forty books. The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly became an instant classic, and remained on the Korean bestseller list for ten years.

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