Korean Literature Club - "The Story of Hong Gildong" (translated by Minsoo Kang)

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 -
7:00pm to 9:00pm
B1 of North Terrace Cafe, near Jongno 3-ga and Anguk Station
Tour Leader: 
Yonjoo Hong & Brother Anthony


"The Story of Hong Gildong" (translated by Minsoo Kang)

This month, we will be reading "The Story of Hong Gildong" in the Penguin Classics series, translated by Minsoo Kang. Follow the link below for the edition and cover.
There are links to other interesting information on the book in the link above, FYI.
The meeting is scheduled for the last Wednesday of this month, June 26, as the Colloquium scheduled for Thursday.
On that note, I would like to propose that we meet on the first Wednesdays of the month from now on, as people tend to get busier towards the end of the month and there may be less schedule conflicts in the first week with other RAS events. I think we could use a break for the summer, and resume the meetings in September on the 4th, provide the room is available. We can talk about this at the meeting later this month. 
Looking forward to seeing you all then, and happy reading!
Yonjoo Hong

The North Terrace Book Cafe is located at Yulgok-ro 10-gil, Jongno 1234, Jongno-gu, Seoul.  Go to Anguk Station on the Orange #3 Line.  Go out Exit 4 and do and immediate U-turn on the sidewalk.  Then take a right in front of the Japanese Cultural Center and walk towards Changdeok-gung, but on the opposite side of the main street (Yulgok-ro) from the palace.  Please note the below map. 


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