When it comes to translated literature from Asia, Japan tends to take the spotlight in the realm of fiction, sometimes overshadowing South Korea.
However, it's worth noting that South Korea has given rise to numerous exceptional authors who have made significant contributions to literature, both in translated works and those originally written in English.
While I wouldn't claim expertise in Korean literature, I've had the pleasure of delving into a few Korean novels in recent months, and each one has left a lasting impression on me.

  • I Want To Die But I Want To Eat Tteokbokki

  • Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982

  • Almond

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