• Event
    • Russia

    Korean-Russian Literature event in Russian State Library

    2017/09/07
    On September 7, LTI Korea held an event at the National Library of Russia to celebrate the Russian publication of Oh’s poetry anthology, and held a reading of Cho’s <Rogiwaneul Mannadda (I Met Roh Gi-wan)>, which was translated and published in Russia in 2016. The two Korean writers were...
    • Event
    • Russia

    Moscow International Book Fair

    2017/09/06 to 2017/09/10
    The Literature Translation Institute of Korea (LTI Korea) (President: Kim Seong- kon ) took part in the 2017 Moscow International Book Fair (MIBF) from September 6 to 10. Korean poet Oh Sae-young and novelist Cho Hae-jin participated in the event. LTI Korea also held an event celebrating the...
    • Article
    • Russian

    Десятый мост

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    OCT 11, 2017
    Poet Oh Sae-young and novelist Cho Hae-jin at Moscow International Book Fair Во время визита корейских писателей в Москву в Центре восточной литературы Российской государственной библиотеки состоялась встреча «Россия – Корея: Литературные переводы и обмены».
    • Article
    • Russian

    Повернуться лицом к Человеку

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    OCT 11, 2017
    Что объединяет литературу России и Кореи? О влиянии Толстого и Достоевского и о том, какие книги стоит прочитать, чтобы прикоснуться к душе Cтраны утренней свежести, рассказывают корейские писатели – поэт О Сеён и прозаик Чо Хэчжин.
    • Writer

    Cho Hae-jin*

    1976 ~
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    Writer
    Novelist
    / First Name:
    Haejin
    / Family Name:
    Cho
    • Book
    • Russian
    • Available

    Я встретила Ро Кивана

    Russia
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    2016
    / Literature - Korean literature - Contemporary fiction
    • Book Review
    • English

    Sibling Survival: A Forest That No One Has Seen by Cho Haejin

    Republic of Korea
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    OCT 27 2014

    A boy named Shin Hyun-su is declared dead because of his mother’s debts. When a large explosion occurs at a subway station in K city, the moneylenders try to get compensation by claiming that Hyun-su is one of the victims. Mi-su, who is seven years older than Hyun-su, is kept in the dark and...

    • Book Review
    • English

    In Search of a Stranger: I Met Lo Kiwan by Cho Haejin

    Republic of Korea
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    OCT 23, 2014

    It all starts with the initial, “L.” Right now, here, in this place, living in Seoul, a woman is gravely wounded. It’s not clear what has wounded her, but with this stimulus, she finally decides to write a novel rather than a text for a radio broadcast. The woman takes this one initial, “L,” and...

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