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Stephane Mot

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- "A series of love letters to Seoul and its many alleyways" (The Korea Times about 'Seoul Villages')
- "Let's dive into the surreal world built by this urbanism enthusiast (KBS World Radio about 'Seoul Villages')

French author born in Paris and based in Seoul.
. 'Seoul Villages' (in English - 2020)
. 'dragedies' (in French - 2009)
. 'La Ligue des Oublies' (in French - 2009)
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Stephane Mot I deal with writer's overflow. I actually define writing as my most embarrassing bodily function.…moreI deal with writer's overflow. I actually define writing as my most embarrassing bodily function.(less)
Stephane Mot Each story has its own story. Ideas often come when I walk alone on a street or an alleyway. Since I'm not a story teller, it's not about scenes invol…moreEach story has its own story. Ideas often come when I walk alone on a street or an alleyway. Since I'm not a story teller, it's not about scenes involving people, or about putting myself in someone else's shoes. It seldom comes from my personal experience, like for 'Year of the Dog', or more recently 'Tchik!': I did fight helplessly against kudzu in Yongmiri cemetery. (less)
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Interview avec KBS World Radio

(Interview in French on KBS World Radio - listen to the podcast)

Je vous invite à écouter cet entretien avec LEE Seula, diffusé le 26 juin 2020 sur KBS World Radio dans le cadre de l'emission francophone Séoulscope,

Vous entendrez parler de 'Seoul Villages' et Seoul Village, de Séoul et Paris, d'auteur et de concepteur, de réalité et de fiction, de papier et d'ebooks, de fantômes et de hantise, et Read more of this blog post »
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