"Even when transplanted to the other side of the world, it seems, a man from an island not known for its pleasant weather will seek out more of the same."
Colin Marshall remembers Kevin O'Rourke's long-haul observations of changes in Korean society.
Colin Marshall discusses the enigmatic and subtle qualities of Bae Suah's fiction.
For this week's Korea Blog, Andrei Rogatchevski takes a look at Andray Abrahamian’s "Being in North Korea."
"The collision of the sexes in Hong's work has become more awkward and disembodied over time, and sex itself has dwindled to a conspicuous absence."
When first learning Korean in Los Angeles, I went to a Koreatown bookstore in search of simple reading material. There …
Colin Marshall continues his dive into the Korean Film Archive’s YouTube channel with Jang Sun-woo's "The Road to the Race Track" (1991).