Sun-mi Hwang


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Hongseong County, Korea, Republic of

Hwang Sun-mi (born 1963) is a South Korean author and professor who is best known for her fable The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly, which has also been made into a successful animated film in South Korea, Leafie, A Hen into the Wild.
She was Born in 1963, Hwang was unable to attend middle school due to poverty, but thanks to a teacher who gave her a key to a classroom, she could go to the school and read books whenever she wanted. She enrolled in high school by taking a certificate examination and she graduated from the creative writing departments at Seoul Institute of the Arts and Gwangju University, and from graduate school at Chung-Ang University. She lives in Seoul, South Korea.Hwang is an adjunct professor at the Faculty of Literature i
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“Just because you're the same kind doesn't mean you're all one happy family. The important thing is to understand each other. That's love!”
Sun-mi Hwang, The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly

“.هناكَ شيءٌ ما يحدثُ في هذا العالم على الدوام . هناكَ كائنٌ ما يموت و آخر يولد. هناك فراقٌ و لقاءٌ في الوقت نفسه تقربياً. يعني ذلك أنه يستحيل علينا أن نحزن إلى الأبدِ”
Sun-mi Hwang, The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly

“That's all there is to it. We look different, so we don't understand each other's inner thoughts, but we cherish each other in our own way. I respect you.”
Sun-mi Hwang, The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly

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