Seoul Villages: Guisin-dong and other Seoul Villages

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Seoul Village, Apr 21, 2020 - Fiction - 83 pages

"A series of love letters to Seoul and its many alleyways" (The Korea Times)

'Let's dive into the surreal world built by this urbanism enthusiast" (KBS World Radio)

Don't try to escape this ghost neighborhood, don't waste your energy tearing off that plant, and don't even think about catching Korea's most elusive shaman: you just can't shake off death. So let this fictional Seoul claim your soul.

 

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Contents

Seoul Villages the map
6
Crossroads and forking paths a foreword by Mr Ho
7
Seoul Villages a foreword by the author
9
Guisindong
11
Year of the Dog
18
de Vermis Seoulis
23
Sweat dream
36
Black snow
41
Korean wave
54
Tchik
57
Comin up next
61
Seoul Metamorphosis
65
Alleyways Ogindong Autumn
68
Hunting for KIM Mudangnim
71
Alleyways Sajikdong Somewhen
76
Lexicon Korean terms
80

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About the author (2020)

A French author and conceptor born in Paris in 1967, Stephane MOT thrives on strategy and innovation (ESSEC alumni, serial startup survivor) without ever disowning fiction, satire, and nonsense.

Author of ‘dragedies' (a collection of bittersweet going on pungent fictions), and of ‘La Ligue des Oublies' (The League of The Forgotten, a tribute to soccer legends who never existed), Stephane founded among other blogs SeoulVillage.com. Seoul villages is his first collection of fictions in English.

Stephane and Seoul have been haunting each other since 1991.


Official website: www.stephanemot.com

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