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Kyung-sook Shin

Kyung-sook Shin is one of South Korea’s most widely read and acclaimed novelists. She has been awarded the Manhae Grand Prize for Literature, the Dong-in Literature Prize, the Yi Sang Literary Prize, and many others, including France’s Prix de l’Inaperçu and the Man Asian Literary Prize. Shin is the author of nine novels, eight short story collections, and four essay collections, including the New York Times bestselling Please Look After Mom. Her latest novel is I Went to See My Father. She currently lives in Seoul.

Kyung-sook Shin

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    Kyung-Sook Shin & Anton Hur: I Went to See My Father

    Kyung-Sook Shin and her translator Anton Hur discuss their book I Went to See My Father, a gripping story of war and family and a love letter to South Korea.

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