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Sun-i Samch'on (Bi-lingual Edition Modern Korean Literature, #03)

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Paperback, 185 pages
Published by Asia Publishers

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Paul Fulcher
Aug 13, 2016 Paul Fulcher rated it did not like it
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I read this in the previous translation. The authorative Ktlit website described it as "in contention for the worst translation from Korean to English in the last decade" and I would have to agree.

However, I understand this retranslation is much better - although rather oddly the title, which was Aunt Suni, is now (in English) Uncle Suni.
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Hyun Ki-young was born on Jeju Island in 1941 and graduated from Seoul National University. He has served as the Managing Director of the National Literary Writers Association and as the President of the Korean Arts & Culture Foundation (2003). Hyun was also the director of the Committee for the Investigation of the April 3rd Jeju Uprising as well as the President of the Jeju Institute for the ...more
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