Boyoung Kim’s “An Evolutionary Myth”: Reviews and Comments, and Audio Version

This entry is part 67 of 66 in the series SF in South Korea

This entry is part 67 of 66 in the series SF in South KoreaI mentioned recently that our translation of Boyoung Kim’s “An Evolutionary Myth” was published in May, in the (excellent) 104th issue of Clarkesworld. Since then, a podcast of the story has been released—you can hear it here. It’s worth mentioning that, David Steffen deemed Boyoung’s […]

An Evolutionary Myth by Bo-Young Kim

This entry is part 66 of 66 in the series SF in South Korea

This entry is part 66 of 66 in the series SF in South Korea I’m very happy to announce that a translation of Boyoung Kim’s “An Evolutionary Myth,” — co-translated by yours truly and Jihyun Park — has just been published in the current issue of Clarkesworld, issue #104 (May 2015), alongside a diverse selection of […]

Korean SF Festival 2014

This entry is part 65 of 66 in the series SF in South Korea

This entry is part 65 of 66 in the series SF in South KoreaThose tracking Korean SF might be pleased to note that the Gwacheon International SF Film Festival I blogged about a while back–and which has continued over the years since–has expanded into a kind of Korean SF Festival, full stop. There’s a big film component, but there seems to […]

A.M. 11:00 (11 A.M.)

This entry is part 64 of 66 in the series SF in South Korea

This entry is part 64 of 66 in the series SF in South KoreaWell, I finally sat down and watched the Korean Sf film A.M. 11:00 with Mrs. Jiwaku last night. It’s a time travel outing I heard about (and mentioned here) ages ago; delays on film releases never bode well, but I thought the […]

Asia’s First Steampunk Art Exhibition

This entry is part 63 of 66 in the series SF in South Korea

This entry is part 63 of 66 in the series SF in South KoreaWell, we’re back from our trip to Korea. Many missions were accomplished, though the visit was too short to see everyone I would have liked to. I focused on seeing the people who probably won’t be in Korea next time I’m there, […]