In Sagaing Division Kani Township's, more than 10,000 local residents are fleeing from the storm : Myanmar In Sagaing Division Kani Township's, more than 10,000 local residents are fleeing from the storm : Myanmar

In Sagaing Division Kani Township's, more than 10,000 local residents are fleeing from the storm : Myanmar

In Sagaing Division Kani Township's, more than 10,000 local residents are fleeing from the storm : Myanmar  Sagaing Division Kani Township's strike leader Ko Peu Aung Naing said that since the morning of May 14, more than 13,000 local residents have been fleeing in the rain and wind since the military council troops are patrolling in Kani Township.  Ko Peu Aung Naing said that the fleeing residents are from five village groups, including about 12 villages.  "On the day of the storm, the troops of the military council entered. Today is a very bad day. Today, when it rains heavily, the local people are in a situation where they are running hard."  Due to the storm entering the Rakhine coast, there is currently heavy rain and some flooding in Kani Township, said Ko Peu Aung Naing.  Ko Peu Aung Naing said that in this area, there is no warning from the military council about the storm, and no arrangements have been made for the residents to move.  On May 12, the military council army Residents said two underage girls were killed when they opened fire on an obituary in Bang Bwe North Village, mistaking it for a PDF obituary. He also said that after that, a column entered Kani Township.  Regarding this situation, the Sagaing Division Spokesperson of the Military Council has not yet been contacted.  Cyclone Mokha may cross between Myanmar and Bangladesh and hit Chin State, Myanmar. Sagaing Division The Department of Meteorology and Hydrology of the Military Council issued a statement at 8:30 a.m. today, May 14, that it may continue to move to Magway and Kachin states.  Sagaing Division In Khin Oo Township, over 4,000 residents of nine villages are fleeing in the rain and wind due to the Military Council's convoy, according to Khin Oo residents.          The United Nations and its partner organizations announced that it is ready to help those affected by the storm : Myanmar  The United Nations and its partner organizations are ready to provide disaster relief assistance to those affected by Cyclone Mocha, UNOCHA announced today on May 14.  Humanitarian aid organizations have been working on emergency response preparedness plans since the beginning of this week and are liaising with all concerned to ensure they are ready.  In addition, aid organizations are working in a timely manner to provide humanitarian aid to areas affected by major storms, the statement said.  The meteorological department has announced that Cyclone Mokha may move inland from the vicinity of Sittwe City at around 12:00 noon today on May 14th as a very strong storm with wind speed of 110 to 130 miles per hour.  Regarding relief, the World Food Organization (WFP) has announced that it has sent one month's worth of food to more than 400,000 local people in and around Rakhine State.  The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Society has also sent emergency supplies to the Myanmar Red Cross Society, temporary shelters, Drinking water and other health medicines are said to be included.  As the Mokha storm will pass near Sittwe, nearly ten thousand local residents have been evacuated.                   The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and Civil Defense teams deployed at Bakkhali beach after Cyclone 'Mocha' warning : West Bangal(India) The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed 8 teams and 200 rescue personnel in West Bengal's Digha after Cyclone 'Mocha' warned of turning into a severe storm.  South 24 Parganas.:Civil defense teams have been deployed at Bakkhali beach in South 24 Parganas of West Bengal in view of cyclonic storm 'Mocha' turning into a very severe cyclonic storm. Officials gave this information on Saturday. He said that members of civil defense teams are constantly alerting the public and tourists, asking them to be vigilant and avoid coming to the beach and areas close to the sea.  Civil Defense official Anmol Das said, "The situation is not good. We are constantly warning people and tourists to be vigilant and avoid coming to the beach." Earlier, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed 8 teams and 200 rescue personnel in West Bengal's Digha after Cyclone 'Mocha' was warned to turn into a severe storm. NDRF officials had earlier said, "We have deployed 8 teams. 200 rescue teams of NDRF are deployed on the ground.   Cyclone 'Mocha' heads towards Bangladesh  Authorities on Saturday launched a massive operation to evacuate nearly half a million people from the south-eastern seaboard as an 'extremely dangerous' tropical storm hit Bangladesh. Cyclone is about to knock. There is a possibility of danger to the Rohingya refugee camp due to this. Cyclone 'Mocha', one of the most powerful cyclones to hit Bangladesh in nearly two decades, is predicted to make landfall near the Bangladesh-Myanmar border on Sunday.  Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, 'Cyclone 'Mokha' is coming. We have kept cyclone centers ready and have made all kinds of preparations to deal with it. The evacuation operation has been launched as the sea port of Cox's Bazar has been advised to hoist danger signal number 10 as Cyclone Mokha is likely to intensify further and move in a north-northwesterly direction. Meteorologists said the storm could affect Bangladesh's southeastern border district of Cox's Bazar where more than one million Rohingya refugees live.              The song of the unification of North and South Korea, the confrontation between ideology and innocence : Korea's  MC : Hello listeners in North Korea , it's time for < Do Myeong-hak's Inter-Korean Literary Journey > . It's a red albeos in progress .  At this time, we will talk about the literary works of North and South Korea with North Korean defector novelist Do Myeong-hak . hello teacher  Do Myung-Hak : Yes , how are you ?  MC : What kind of work would you like to introduce today? It sounds like you came out with a song.  Do Myeong-hak : Yes, the songs I will introduce today are two songs about the desire for unification. One is titled “Ride the Gyeongui Line” and the other is a song titled “Let's go to Tongil-ro!”  MC : These two songs seem to have been made in South Korea, how were they made?  Do Myeong-hak : Yes, both songs were made in South Korea, and they are said to have been made for national unification education, especially unification education for the youth. In addition to these songs, the Unification Education Center under the Ministry of Unification has produced many songs and videos useful for youth unification education.  MC: Shall we listen to the song first ? It is ' Riding the Gyeongui Line ' .  <Take the Gyeongui Line>  M-I’m going-!! Everyone ride the Gyeongui Line-  From Pyongyang to Sinuiju, to the wide wilderness-  Yeo-I'll come-!! Everyone ride the Gyeongui Line-  My brother, the people all over the world who miss me-  South - The Gyeongui Line that comes and goes, love blooms -  Yeo-The Gyeongui Line is overflowing with peace-  South Korea - Walking through the barriers of 50 years of division -  Yeo - A new day of unification -  Everyone-see you in Seoul-! Take the Gyeongui Line train  See you in Pyongyang-! Take the Gyeongui Line-  Ah- along the railroad tracks of Gyeongui Line unification-  Let's meet together-!!  MC : While most of the unification-related songs we know have a sad mood, these songs seem quite upbeat. Do you see these differences in the lyrics too?  Do Myung-Hak : Yes, since teenagers were made as the main target, I think it might have taken into consideration the psychological characteristics of their age. If you look at the lyrics too, they do not emphasize the tragedy of division, but emphasize the will to achieve unification and the hope that unification will soon come. Previously well-known songs such as “Our Wish is Unification” usually have a strong, sad, and tragic feeling, but these songs seem to have tried to differentiate themselves by making them feel bright and upbeat.  MC : What kind of song is 'Riding the Gyeongui Line' and what are its characteristics?  Do Myeong-hak : Looking at the contents of “Riding the Gyeongui Line,” the time of unification was set virtually, not before unification. They are deeply moved by the news that unification has come soon, so they strongly express their hope to take the unification train and go to the mainland via Pyongyang and Sinuiju, or to meet in Pyongyang and Seoul and live in a unified world full of love and peace. The song is good, and the fact that men and women sing alternately one measure at a time is very pleasing to the ears.  MC : This time it's a song called 'Let's go to Tongil-ro'. This song is also upbeat, but it seems to have more weight than riding the Gyeongui Line. Let's listen together.  < Let's go to Unification Road >  The crouching tiger stretches  The whole country is excited  Cut off the oppressed and trampled years  Wriggling from Baekdu to Halla  Let's go to unification, let's go to unification  Comrades, let's unite and go out  The sun rises, the morning dawns  The heyday of the nation unfolds  MC : What can be said about the characteristics of this song?  Do Myeong-hak : Yes, “Let’s go to unification” seems to have more weight than “Riding the Gyeongui Line” because it focuses on expressing a strong will to achieve unification. Light yet powerful.  MC : How is the literature on unification in South Korea different from that in North Korea?  Do Myung-Hak : Unification songs made in South Korea do not imply any ideology or political orientation. It's just to contain the wish and will for pure unification. However, the content of unification songs made in North Korea is a way to put ideological intentions around. For example, North Korean songs such as “Nice to meet you” and “See you again,” which are also well known in South Korea, contain the phrase “the sun and the stars shine.” South Koreans take this literally literally, but North Koreans know what the phrase means. “Hae” means Kim Il-sung, and “star” means Kim Jong-il. In other words, they are songs that aim for unification under the authority of Kim Il-sung and a unified nation led by Kim Jong-il.  MC : What should we pay attention to when listening to these songs?  Do Myung-Hak : I don't think there's anything special to pay attention to. However, “Ride the Gyeongui Line” and “Let’s Go to Tongil-ro” are upbeat songs, but they contain light hopes and will for unification. If you listen to it with a mind that reflects on the meaning of the song, you will feel more moving and hopeful.  MC : Today , with teacher Do Myung-hak, we reviewed two songs created to draw young people's interest in unification . Teacher Do Myung-hak, thank you for your hard work .   Do Myung Hak : Yes , thank you for your hard work .  This time, let's find out what North Korea-related books have recently appeared on Korean bookstores. The data referred to the data of ' Jong Book Store ' , a large bookstore in South Korea .  The first book I would like to introduce to you is ' Drawing a New Korean Peninsula ' , a research book published by the Ewha Womans University North Korea Studies Association with the publisher ' Seonin ' . To introduce some excerpts from the publication of this book , this book contains the results of various studies on North Korea conducted over the past few years, covers a wide range of fields such as North Korea's military , economy , politics , society , culture , and women, and provides a comprehensive discussion of North Korean issues. Raising awareness and making policy commitments for national security and peace  He said he was trying to find a solution. The content of each chapter, which consists of a total of 7 chapters , is the policy of peaceful unification of the Korean Peninsula , international diplomacy , and the social system and policies of Korea . Different topics such as education and health care are dealt with, but ultimately a ' new Korean Peninsula ' is sought .  The next book I would like to introduce is a collection of essays by Isak Kim, Namu Publishing Company, ' Living with North Korean Immigrants : A Settlement of Love between Men and Women . ' This book was published on April 10th . First , the author, Isak Kim, is an ordinary citizen, translator , and novelist . He contemplates the narrative of restoring the erased voice, and is interested in history, women, and supernatural powers . He started his art work by winning the 1st Golden Branch Urban Fantasy Contest for 「The Cannibals of Lao-Shanghai」 . He wrote the feature films 『Hanseongbu , On a Moonlight Night』 and 『The Inspector Lady's Tale』 , and participated in several anthologies such as 『We Summon Other Ghosts』 and 『Pansori SF Five Scenes』 . As an autobiographical essay, there is 『Living with North Korean immigrants』 .After adoring Hong Kong movies, Chinese dramas , and Taiwanese singers, I went to university for virtue unity . I majored in Chinese culture and newspaper broadcasting at Sogang University, and Chinese drama at the same graduate school .  This is a book introduction posted on the Kyobo Book Center website.  “If you meet a person in the middle of Seoul who says his birthplace is North, would you immediately think of North Korea = immigrants? Even in the multicultural era of 1 million, the number of North Korean immigrants is about 30,000, and it is not easy to find the point of contact because they are a minority among the minority in South Korean society.  The story of a North Korean defector who ended up living in a free democratic country is popular in East and West alike. However, the stories consumed are limited. For example, stories such as the difficulties experienced in North Korea and the process of escaping North Korea are constantly recalled through the media. However, the 'present' of North Korean immigrants who have migrated to South Korea is not well communicated. In this book, the author honestly unravels his little special love story and marriage story.  Falling in love with Hong Kong movies, Chinese dramas, and Taiwanese singers, the writer entered Sogang University's Department of Chinese Culture as a Chinese language expert. With one dream of becoming a film director, he meets 'Min' who entered the Department of Philosophy, where director Park Chan-wook studied.  'Min' was born in Onseong County, North Hamgyeong Province, defected from North Korea in 1997, and lived in Yanji, Jilin Province, China. The two got married after dating for five years and are now raising a daughter, a second-generation North Korean immigrant, together.  Author Isak Kim is a genre novel writer and translator who continues to be active in his work. The author's first feature, 『Hanseongbu, on a bright moonlit night』 was exported to France, and was selected as a pitching film for the E-IP market at the Busan International Film Festival and signed a dramatization contract. The first essay by writer Kim Isak, who says he has a lot of interest in history, women, and supernatural powers while contemplating a narrative that restores the erased voice, contains his own life in contact with North Korean immigrants.”  MC : Today's inter-Korean literary trip ends here. See you again next week. Goodbye everyone . _

Sagaing Division Kani Township's strike leader Ko Peu Aung Naing said that since the morning of May 14, more than 13,000 local residents have been fleeing in the rain and wind since the military council troops are patrolling in Kani Township.

Ko Peu Aung Naing said that the fleeing residents are from five village groups, including about 12 villages.

"On the day of the storm, the troops of the military council entered. Today is a very bad day. Today, when it rains heavily, the local people are in a situation where they are running hard."

Due to the storm entering the Rakhine coast, there is currently heavy rain and some flooding in Kani Township, said Ko Peu Aung Naing.

Ko Peu Aung Naing said that in this area, there is no warning from the military council about the storm, and no arrangements have been made for the residents to move.

On May 12, the military council army Residents said two underage girls were killed when they opened fire on an obituary in Bang Bwe North Village, mistaking it for a PDF obituary. He also said that after that, a column entered Kani Township.

Regarding this situation, the Sagaing Division Spokesperson of the Military Council has not yet been contacted.

Cyclone Mokha may cross between Myanmar and Bangladesh and hit Chin State, Myanmar. Sagaing Division The Department of Meteorology and Hydrology of the Military Council issued a statement at 8:30 a.m. today, May 14, that it may continue to move to Magway and Kachin states.

Sagaing Division In Khin Oo Township, over 4,000 residents of nine villages are fleeing in the rain and wind due to the Military Council's convoy, according to Khin Oo residents.


The United Nations and its partner organizations announced that it is ready to help those affected by the storm : Myanmar

The United Nations and its partner organizations are ready to provide disaster relief assistance to those affected by Cyclone Mocha, UNOCHA announced today on May 14.

Humanitarian aid organizations have been working on emergency response preparedness plans since the beginning of this week and are liaising with all concerned to ensure they are ready.

In addition, aid organizations are working in a timely manner to provide humanitarian aid to areas affected by major storms, the statement said.

The meteorological department has announced that Cyclone Mokha may move inland from the vicinity of Sittwe City at around 12:00 noon today on May 14th as a very strong storm with wind speed of 110 to 130 miles per hour.

Regarding relief, the World Food Organization (WFP) has announced that it has sent one month's worth of food to more than 400,000 local people in and around Rakhine State.

The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Society has also sent emergency supplies to the Myanmar Red Cross Society, temporary shelters, Drinking water and other health medicines are said to be included.

As the Mokha storm will pass near Sittwe, nearly ten thousand local residents have been evacuated.


The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and Civil Defense teams deployed at Bakkhali beach after Cyclone 'Mocha' warning : West Bangal(India)

The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed 8 teams and 200 rescue personnel in West Bengal's Digha after Cyclone 'Mocha' warned of turning into a severe storm.

South 24 Parganas.:Civil defense teams have been deployed at Bakkhali beach in South 24 Parganas of West Bengal in view of cyclonic storm 'Mocha' turning into a very severe cyclonic storm. Officials gave this information on Saturday. He said that members of civil defense teams are constantly alerting the public and tourists, asking them to be vigilant and avoid coming to the beach and areas close to the sea.

Civil Defense official Anmol Das said, "The situation is not good. We are constantly warning people and tourists to be vigilant and avoid coming to the beach." Earlier, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed 8 teams and 200 rescue personnel in West Bengal's Digha after Cyclone 'Mocha' was warned to turn into a severe storm. NDRF officials had earlier said, "We have deployed 8 teams. 200 rescue teams of NDRF are deployed on the ground. 

Cyclone 'Mocha' heads towards Bangladesh 
Authorities on Saturday launched a massive operation to evacuate nearly half a million people from the south-eastern seaboard as an 'extremely dangerous' tropical storm hit Bangladesh. Cyclone is about to knock. There is a possibility of danger to the Rohingya refugee camp due to this. Cyclone 'Mocha', one of the most powerful cyclones to hit Bangladesh in nearly two decades, is predicted to make landfall near the Bangladesh-Myanmar border on Sunday.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, 'Cyclone 'Mokha' is coming. We have kept cyclone centers ready and have made all kinds of preparations to deal with it. The evacuation operation has been launched as the sea port of Cox's Bazar has been advised to hoist danger signal number 10 as Cyclone Mokha is likely to intensify further and move in a north-northwesterly direction. Meteorologists said the storm could affect Bangladesh's southeastern border district of Cox's Bazar where more than one million Rohingya refugees live.



The song of the unification of North and South Korea, the confrontation between ideology and innocence : Korea's

MC : Hello listeners in North Korea , it's time for < Do Myeong-hak's Inter-Korean Literary Journey > . It's a red albeos in progress .  At this time, we will talk about the literary works of North and South Korea with North Korean defector novelist Do Myeong-hak . hello teacher

Do Myung-Hak : Yes , how are you ?

MC : What kind of work would you like to introduce today? It sounds like you came out with a song.

Do Myeong-hak : Yes, the songs I will introduce today are two songs about the desire for unification. One is titled “Ride the Gyeongui Line” and the other is a song titled “Let's go to Tongil-ro!”

MC : These two songs seem to have been made in South Korea, how were they made?

Do Myeong-hak : Yes, both songs were made in South Korea, and they are said to have been made for national unification education, especially unification education for the youth. In addition to these songs, the Unification Education Center under the Ministry of Unification has produced many songs and videos useful for youth unification education.

MC: Shall we listen to the song first ? It is ' Riding the Gyeongui Line ' .

<Take the Gyeongui Line>

M-I’m going-!! Everyone ride the Gyeongui Line-

From Pyongyang to Sinuiju, to the wide wilderness-

Yeo-I'll come-!! Everyone ride the Gyeongui Line-

My brother, the people all over the world who miss me-

South - The Gyeongui Line that comes and goes, love blooms -

Yeo-The Gyeongui Line is overflowing with peace-

South Korea - Walking through the barriers of 50 years of division -

Yeo - A new day of unification -

Everyone-see you in Seoul-! Take the Gyeongui Line train

See you in Pyongyang-! Take the Gyeongui Line-

Ah- along the railroad tracks of Gyeongui Line unification-

Let's meet together-!!

MC : While most of the unification-related songs we know have a sad mood, these songs seem quite upbeat. Do you see these differences in the lyrics too?

Do Myung-Hak : Yes, since teenagers were made as the main target, I think it might have taken into consideration the psychological characteristics of their age. If you look at the lyrics too, they do not emphasize the tragedy of division, but emphasize the will to achieve unification and the hope that unification will soon come. Previously well-known songs such as “Our Wish is Unification” usually have a strong, sad, and tragic feeling, but these songs seem to have tried to differentiate themselves by making them feel bright and upbeat.

MC : What kind of song is 'Riding the Gyeongui Line' and what are its characteristics?

Do Myeong-hak : Looking at the contents of “Riding the Gyeongui Line,” the time of unification was set virtually, not before unification. They are deeply moved by the news that unification has come soon, so they strongly express their hope to take the unification train and go to the mainland via Pyongyang and Sinuiju, or to meet in Pyongyang and Seoul and live in a unified world full of love and peace. The song is good, and the fact that men and women sing alternately one measure at a time is very pleasing to the ears.

MC : This time it's a song called 'Let's go to Tongil-ro'. This song is also upbeat, but it seems to have more weight than riding the Gyeongui Line. Let's listen together.

< Let's go to Unification Road >

The crouching tiger stretches

The whole country is excited

Cut off the oppressed and trampled years

Wriggling from Baekdu to Halla

Let's go to unification, let's go to unification

Comrades, let's unite and go out

The sun rises, the morning dawns

The heyday of the nation unfolds

MC : What can be said about the characteristics of this song?

Do Myeong-hak : Yes, “Let’s go to unification” seems to have more weight than “Riding the Gyeongui Line” because it focuses on expressing a strong will to achieve unification. Light yet powerful.

MC : How is the literature on unification in South Korea different from that in North Korea?

Do Myung-Hak : Unification songs made in South Korea do not imply any ideology or political orientation. It's just to contain the wish and will for pure unification. However, the content of unification songs made in North Korea is a way to put ideological intentions around. For example, North Korean songs such as “Nice to meet you” and “See you again,” which are also well known in South Korea, contain the phrase “the sun and the stars shine.” South Koreans take this literally literally, but North Koreans know what the phrase means. “Hae” means Kim Il-sung, and “star” means Kim Jong-il. In other words, they are songs that aim for unification under the authority of Kim Il-sung and a unified nation led by Kim Jong-il.

MC : What should we pay attention to when listening to these songs?

Do Myung-Hak : I don't think there's anything special to pay attention to. However, “Ride the Gyeongui Line” and “Let’s Go to Tongil-ro” are upbeat songs, but they contain light hopes and will for unification. If you listen to it with a mind that reflects on the meaning of the song, you will feel more moving and hopeful.

MC : Today , with teacher Do Myung-hak, we reviewed two songs created to draw young people's interest in unification . Teacher Do Myung-hak, thank you for your hard work . 

Do Myung Hak : Yes , thank you for your hard work .

This time, let's find out what North Korea-related books have recently appeared on Korean bookstores. The data referred to the data of ' Jong Book Store ' , a large bookstore in South Korea .

The first book I would like to introduce to you is ' Drawing a New Korean Peninsula ' , a research book published by the Ewha Womans University North Korea Studies Association with the publisher ' Seonin ' . To introduce some excerpts from the publication of this book , this book contains the results of various studies on North Korea conducted over the past few years, covers a wide range of fields such as North Korea's military , economy , politics , society , culture , and women, and provides a comprehensive discussion of North Korean issues. Raising awareness and making policy commitments for national security and peace

He said he was trying to find a solution. The content of each chapter, which consists of a total of 7 chapters , is the policy of peaceful unification of the Korean Peninsula , international diplomacy , and the social system and policies of Korea . Different topics such as education and health care are dealt with, but ultimately a ' new Korean Peninsula ' is sought .

The next book I would like to introduce is a collection of essays by Isak Kim, Namu Publishing Company, ' Living with North Korean Immigrants : A Settlement of Love between Men and Women . ' This book was published on April 10th . First , the author, Isak Kim, is an ordinary citizen, translator , and novelist . He contemplates the narrative of restoring the erased voice, and is interested in history, women, and supernatural powers . He started his art work by winning the 1st Golden Branch Urban Fantasy Contest for 「The Cannibals of Lao-Shanghai」 . He wrote the feature films 『Hanseongbu , On a Moonlight Night』 and 『The Inspector Lady's Tale』 , and participated in several anthologies such as 『We Summon Other Ghosts』 and 『Pansori SF Five Scenes』 . As an autobiographical essay, there is 『Living with North Korean immigrants』 .After adoring Hong Kong movies, Chinese dramas , and Taiwanese singers, I went to university for virtue unity . I majored in Chinese culture and newspaper broadcasting at Sogang University, and Chinese drama at the same graduate school .

This is a book introduction posted on the Kyobo Book Center website.

“If you meet a person in the middle of Seoul who says his birthplace is North, would you immediately think of North Korea = immigrants? Even in the multicultural era of 1 million, the number of North Korean immigrants is about 30,000, and it is not easy to find the point of contact because they are a minority among the minority in South Korean society.

The story of a North Korean defector who ended up living in a free democratic country is popular in East and West alike. However, the stories consumed are limited. For example, stories such as the difficulties experienced in North Korea and the process of escaping North Korea are constantly recalled through the media. However, the 'present' of North Korean immigrants who have migrated to South Korea is not well communicated. In this book, the author honestly unravels his little special love story and marriage story.

Falling in love with Hong Kong movies, Chinese dramas, and Taiwanese singers, the writer entered Sogang University's Department of Chinese Culture as a Chinese language expert. With one dream of becoming a film director, he meets 'Min' who entered the Department of Philosophy, where director Park Chan-wook studied.

'Min' was born in Onseong County, North Hamgyeong Province, defected from North Korea in 1997, and lived in Yanji, Jilin Province, China. The two got married after dating for five years and are now raising a daughter, a second-generation North Korean immigrant, together.

Author Isak Kim is a genre novel writer and translator who continues to be active in his work. The author's first feature, 『Hanseongbu, on a bright moonlit night』 was exported to France, and was selected as a pitching film for the E-IP market at the Busan International Film Festival and signed a dramatization contract. The first essay by writer Kim Isak, who says he has a lot of interest in history, women, and supernatural powers while contemplating a narrative that restores the erased voice, contains his own life in contact with North Korean immigrants.”

MC : Today's inter-Korean literary trip ends here. See you again next week. Goodbye everyone . 

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