15 Best Korean Book and Literature Blogs and Websites in 2024

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Here are 15 Best Korean Book and Literature Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. Korean Literature Now

Korean Literature Now Korean Literature Now is a quarterly published by LTI Korea to help readers around the world experience and appreciate Korean literature content. It is the world's only English-language quarterly that brings you the best of contemporary Korean fiction, poetry, interviews, reviews, essays, and engaging digital content in the form of audiobooks, video interviews, book readings, and much more.
Blog kln.or.kr
Facebook Followers 893Twitter Followers 2.4KInstagram Followers 4.3K Frequency 12 posts / quarter Domain Authority 40 Get Email Contact Get Influential Bloggers ContactsGet access to 250k active Bloggers in 1500 niche categories.Get targeted media contact list in your niche at your fingertips so you can focus on running your campaign.Email us the type of bloggers you want to reach out for your marketing campaign at anuj@feedspot.com Copy email. We'll share blogger's data in an Excel or CSV format.

2. K-Book Trends

K-Book Trends K-Book Trends is a web magazine by the Publication Industry Promotion Agency of Korea, providing valuable insights into Korea's publishing industry for global audiences. It offers professional data on promising Korean books and success stories of Korean publications and copyright exports, enhancing the industry's global competitiveness.
Blog kbook-eng.or.kr
Facebook Followers 5.4KTwitter Followers 5Instagram Followers 1.1K Frequency 10 posts / month Domain Authority 16 Get Email Contact

3. North Korean Literature in English

North Korean Literature in English North Korean Literature in English is a site created by Meredith Shaw to increase awareness and understanding of North Korean state-produced fiction, an important element in the country's socialist education and myth-creation system. The site includes summaries, analyses, and short translated excerpts of novels produced by the North Korean Writers Union.
Blog dprklit.blogspot.com
Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 27 Get Email Contact

4. The Korea Herald » Books

The Korea Herald » Books Herald, a trailblazer in mobile content, boasts two formidable pillars: The Herald Business and The Korea Herald. Beyond its journalistic prowess, Herald is evolving into a distinctive media entity, encompassing design, environment, education, and art auctions. With a commitment to innovation and diversity, Herald continues to shape the landscape of contemporary media, transcending traditional boundaries to deliver engaging and multifaceted content experiences.
Blog koreaherald.com
Facebook Followers 5.9KTwitter Followers 87.6KInstagram Followers 118.7K Frequency 11 posts / month Domain Authority 84 Get Email Contact

5. Asymptote Blog » Korean

Asymptote Blog » Korean Asymptote, the new international journal, serves as a literary translation hub, showcasing the finest contemporary writing worldwide. Curating a diverse array of genres such as fiction, poetry, drama, visual poetry, criticism, essays, and interviews, it offers a rich tapestry of literary voices and perspectives. As a unified platform for literary excellence, Asymptote celebrates the art of translation and fosters cultural exchange on a global scale.
Blog asymptotejournal.com
Facebook Followers 42.1KTwitter Followers 23.5K Frequency 1 post / quarter Domain Authority 64 Get Email Contact

6. Asian Review of Books » Korea

Asian Review of Books » Korea The Asian Review of Books is the only dedicated pan-Asian book review publication. Widely quoted, referenced, and republished by leading publications in Asia and beyond and with an archive of more than two thousand book reviews, the ARB also features long-format essays by leading Asian writers and thinkers, excerpts from newly-published books and reviews of arts and culture. It provides an unparalleled forum for discussion of key contemporary issues by Asians for Asia and a vehicle of intellectual depth and breadth where leading thinkers can write on the books, arts and ideas of the day.
Blog asianreviewofbooks.com
Twitter Followers 12.1K Frequency 2 posts / quarter Domain Authority 48 Get Email Contact

7. Speculative Fiction in Translation » Korea

Speculative Fiction in Translation » Korea Rachel Cordasco has a PhD in literary studies and used to work as a developmental editor. She's written for Strange Horizons, World Literature Today, the SFRA Review, Foundation, Locus, Tor.com, Skiffy and Fanty, and other publications. Since 2014, she has been reviewing science fiction in translation for SF Signal, fostering invaluable connections with publishers, authors, translators, bloggers, and readers alike.
Blog sfintranslation.com
Twitter Followers 2.5K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 35 Get Email Contact

8. Tony's Reading List » South Korea

Tony's Reading List » South Korea Tony, a British expatriate in Melbourne, compiles an extensive reading list, now exceeding a thousand titles, since the inception of his blog. His passion for fiction in translation has led him to explore a wide array of global literature, including a growing interest in Korean fiction over the past year.
Blog tonysreadinglist.wordpress.com
Twitter Followers 2.7K Frequency 1 post / quarter Domain Authority 31 Get Email Contact

9. All Wrongs Reversed » Korea

All Wrongs Reversed » Korea At All Wrongs Reversed, Morgan Giles, a literary translator hailing from Kentucky and now residing in London, specializes in translating Japanese literature into English. Through her blog, readers embark on a captivating journey to explore the intricacies of Korean culture. With Morgan's insights and expertise, visitors delve into a rich tapestry of Korean traditions, history, and contemporary life, fostering cross-cultural understanding and appreciation.
Blog allwrongsreversed.net
Twitter Followers 4.2K Frequency 2 posts / year Domain Authority 13 Get Email Contact

10. World Kid Lit » Korean

World Kid Lit » Korean The World Kid Lit initiative strives to promote greater diversity in English-language publishing, advocating for a more accurate portrayal of our multicultural and multilingual world. By championing diverse voices and stories, it seeks to provide a fairer representation of global perspectives within the literary landscape
Blog worldkidlit.org
Facebook Followers 946Twitter Followers 4.2K Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 8 Get Email Contact

11. East Asian Literature in Translation » Korean Literature

East Asian Literature in Translation » Korean Literature The author is a teacher in New England, instructing 9th-grade Literature and Composition alongside AP Literature at a girls' school with domestic and international students, including those from East Asia. Motivated by her students' dedication to Western literature, she delves into East Asian culture and history through translated literature, chronicling her journey in this blog.
Blog eastasianliteratureintranslation.com
Frequency 1 post / quarter Domain Authority 1 Get Email Contact

12. Fly Into Books » Korean Literature

Fly Into Books » Korean Literature Embark on a literary adventure with Fly into Books, your ultimate destination for all things literature. They are passionate book enthusiasts dedicated to sharing their love for reading, exploring various genres, and engaging in thought-provoking discussions. Whether you're a seasoned reader or new to the world of books, Fly into Books is here to guide you on a journey through captivating stories, diverse genres, and literary treasures.
Blog flyintobooks.com
Facebook Followers 17Twitter Followers 840Instagram Followers 532 Frequency 4 posts / year Domain Authority 18 Get Email Contact

13. Nabillera - Contemporary Korean Literature

Nabillera - Contemporary Korean Literature Nabillera, a nonprofit web magazine, showcases contemporary Korean literature through translations by volunteer contributors. Its mission is to provide English readers with diverse works from established and emerging writers. Additionally, it fosters a community where enthusiasts can engage and share their creations related to Korean literature.
Blog nabillerakorea.com
Domain Authority 12 Get Email Contact

14. Ben Garrido's Blog

Ben Garrido's Blog Ben Garrido is the author of the novels The Blackguard, The Potency and Joshua and the Chosen People. He also writes award-winning journalism for the Reno News and Review, Chico News and Review and others, and lectures on second language acquisition at Mokwon University in South Korea. He writes on subjects including language, fiction, adventure and logic. Raised in Reno, Nevada, he now divides his time between South Korea and the United States.
Blog bengarrido.com
Frequency 3 posts / year Domain Authority 16 Get Email Contact

15. Korean Studies at the University of Bucharest » Korean Literature

Korean Studies at the University of Bucharest » Korean Literature The Korean Studies at the University of Bucharest blog features insightful posts on Korean Literature penned by Dianayuksel. As a platform dedicated to exploring Korean culture and academia, readers delve into the rich tapestry of Korean literary traditions. Dianayuksel's analyses offer profound insights into the nuances of Korean literature, enriching readers' understanding and appreciation of this vibrant literary landscape.
Blog koreanstudiesub.wordpress.com
Facebook Followers 1.7K Frequency 3 posts / year Domain Authority 2 Get Email Contact

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Korean Book and Literature Bloggers

Top Authors, Journalists, and Publishers covering Korean Book and Literature. Get Spreadsheet
Blogger NameEmailBlog LinkTotal Blog Posts
Rachel Cordascosfintranslation.com2
Kelly Zhangworldkidlit.org1
Ruth Ahmedzai Kempworldkidlit.org1
Bella Creelasymptotejournal.com1
Lee Yew Leongasymptotejournal.com1
Xiao Yue Shanasymptotejournal.com1
Christopher Corkerasianreviewofbooks.com1
Moe Yonezawaasianreviewofbooks.com1
Peter Gordonasianreviewofbooks.com1
Stephen Mercadoasianreviewofbooks.com1
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