Below you will find some useful links related to Korean literature.
Korea Language Translation Institute
The KLTI is the Korean government’s literature translation body, and a supporter of Oz-Ko.
The Asialink Centre at the University of Melbourne is a major supporter of Oz-Ko.
The webpage of Brother Anthony, known in Korean as An Sonjae. A wealth of Korean poetry.
Paju Book City
Paju Book City is “an industrial city related specifically to books” whose aim is “to recover the lost humanity”.
One of Korea’s best known publishers, with a reputation for publishing great poetry.
Korea’s answer to Melbourne’s Sticky Institute – zines, books and events.
Moonji’s digital culture foundation organises symposia and performance-related events.
Beautiful images of Korea and Koreans.
English-language version of one of Korea’s best known independent newspapers.
Conversations with Yi Sang
A site-specific installation at the former house of Korean poet Yi Sang.
Seoul-based artist and writer, author of ‘Fantasy Residency in North Korea’.
Open Source Satellite Initiative (OSSI)
The brainchild of Hojun Song, OSSI plans to launch an open-source satellite into space!
Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries
Long-running, Korean-based web art project. Requires Flash. And probably sunglasses.
A great little Seoul-based bookshop, publishers of Seoul Magazine.
Jackson Eaton on Flickr
Check out some more photos by Jackson Eaton, whose images grace Oz-Ko.
Welcome to Pyongyang
A terrific North Korean photo-essay by Charlie Crane