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Young-ha Kim, one of the most talented and prolific Korean writers of his generation, made a rare appearance in New York to celebrate the launch of his latest novel, which explores social disintegration and the seedy underside of Seoul. Translated by Krys Lee, I Hear Your Voice, Kim’s fifth book, follows the ascent of disaffected young people living life on the run. He’ll appear with one of his translators, Jenny Wang Medina, who studies the reinvention of Korean culture in the twenty-first century. Young-ha Kim and Jenny Wang Medina were in conversation with E. Tammy Kim, a former AAWW Open City Fellow and a member of The New Yorker’s editorial staff.
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