• As Detroit Shows Americans an American Riot, A Taxi Driver Shows Koreans a Korean Massacre

    As "Detroit" Shows Americans an American Riot, "A Taxi Driver" Shows Koreans a Korean Massacre

    The Explorer’s History of Korean Fiction in Translation: Postmodern Freedom, Postmodern Peril

    The Explorer's History of Korean Fiction in Translation: Postmodern Freedom, Postmodern Peril

    The Explorer’s History of Korean Fiction in Translation: the Prehistory of Postmodernism

    By Charles Montgomery  The LARB Korea Blog is currently featuring selections from The Explorer’s History of Korean Fiction in Translation, …

    Okja, the Groundbreaking Netflix-Produced Korean Movie About a Girl and Her Pig, Shows What Translates and What Doesn’t

    By Colin Marshall On the day we caught Okja, the latest, Netflix-produced film by superstar Korean director Bong Joon-ho, my …

    Korean 101 (or, How to Win Over Your Girlfriend in a Semester or Less)

    By Stefano Young Stefano Young didn’t know the difference between Korea, China, and Japan until he was 23 — but …

    The Explorer’s History of Korean Fiction in Translation: Not a Soul Without Blame

    By Charles Montgomery The LARB Korea Blog is currently featuring selections from The Explorer’s History of Korean Fiction in Translation, …

    Why Do Koreans Love Herman Hesse’s Demian Above All Other Western Novels?

    By Colin Marshall Not long before moving from Los Angeles to Seoul, I went book-shopping with my Korean language exchange …