Where to start in Korean literature, and five “Classics” to avoid

KTLit.com logoCharles Montgomery has a great post on where to start in translated Korean literature, and in another article shares Five Korean “Classics” To Avoid:

  • Heartless (Yi Kwang-su, 1917)
  • Aunt Suni (Hyeon Ki-young, 1978)
  • Between Heaven and Earth (Yun Dae-nyong, 1996)
  • A Man (Hwang Soo-won) and
  • Buckwheat Season (Yi Hyo-sok, 1936).

One day, I’m going to read some of those. One day …

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