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Korean literature abroad

In The Korea Herald Claire Lee reports that KLTI reaches out to global literary market, as she talks to new Korea Literature Translation Institute-head Kim Seong-kon. He suggests: Each and every foreign country has different tastes and interests. I'd like to interact with literary critics and publishers overseas more often, and take their opinions into account. We'd like to be more 'foreigner-friendly.
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