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Kim Yeonsu was born on 1970 in South Korea, is an Author.

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As a young author, Kim’s works are just now being translated. To this date, only one short essay (New York Bakery) and several short stories referenced below have been translated into English. Rather, more of his works are translated into Japanese, French, and Russian. World’s End Girlfriend, Wonder Boy, The Country of the Blind, and other short stories are published in Japanese. So You Love Me, Seonnyeong (Sarang-irani, Seonnyeong-a), If the Waves Belong to the Sea, and I am a Ghost Writer are translated into French. World’s End Girlfriend and Wonder Boy are also published in Russian, I am a Ghost Writer is published in German, and again, World’s End Girlfriend in Chinese.


Kim made his debut in 1993 with a poem in the journal Jakka Segye (Writer’s World) and the next year published a novel Walking While Pointing to the Mask (Gamyeon-eul Gariki-myeo Geotgi). He is one of the most well-received Korean writers since 2000, and also a best-selling author in Korea. For example, his work World’s End Girlfriend, published in 2009, sold 40,000 copies in less than three months of publication.


Kim Yeonsu (The romanization preferred by the author according to LTI Korea) (Korean: 김연수 ; born 1970) is a South Korean writer.

Kim Yeonsu was born in Kimcheon, Kyeongsangbuk-do in 1970. He graduated with a degree in English Literature from Sungkyunkwan University in Korea. After graduation, Kim was an office worker by day, a translator at night, and spent the remainder of his time writing novels. In 1997, Kim worked as a reporter for a woman’s magazine, and this experience was also key to his outlook that daily life is difficult.


Kim did not content himself with a place in the shadow of a literary great. His third novel, Goodbye, Yi Sang was met with a critical reception worthy of a masterpiece at the very pinnacle of humanistic imagination. To be sure, Borgesian influence is still unmistakable, but only in the background: the novel, as a whole, is animated by the author’s own meticulous and in-depth study of Yi Sang, the Korean existentialist writer of the 1930s who produced some of the most exotic and complex stories in Korean literary history. Goodbye, Yi Sang is concerned with the question of truth and of existence as well as the very definition of literature which, in Kim’s view, are not mutually exclusive. “The reason why I write,” the author has said,” is to find out whether the truth does indeed exist in the act of writing.””