Category : HumanitiesTarget : Young adult, adultPublished Date : Oct. 8, 2018ISBN : 9788998602833 Pages : 232Book Size : 128 x 188 PaperbackKeywords : Nordic myths; introduction to mythsThe book begins by explaining the huge phenomenon of The Lord of the Rings and Avengers series, whose stories were inspired by Nordic myths. When people hear the word “myth,” they usually think of
Category : EssaysTarget : Young adults, adultsPublished Date : 2019-06-20ISBN : 9788998602963Pages : 216Book Size : 135*200, PaperbackKeywords : essay; refugees; human rights The story of the actor Jung Woosung as he meets refugees. As a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, Jung has visited a refugee settlement at least once a year since 2014 to learn of their plight firsthand and public
Happy I am a NurseLiyeon KIM296pp｜210 x 148mm｜Sept 2015 An autobiographical essay by Liyeon Kim. The author, although she graduated from a small college in the countryside, somehow managed to achieve the remarkable dream of entering the Samsung Medical Center, known as the most competitive hospital that many graduates dream of working at. However she cast it aside after two years to
The Mentality of Korean People in Selecting a President TaehyeongKIM332pp｜223 x 152mm｜March 2017 The most shameful event yet at the same time the most proud event for Koreans in political history: the impeachment of ex-President Park Geun-hye in 2017 at the hands of the people!Through this event, Koreans have now come to understand how important it is to consider not only the p
Smart Way of Studying Economics with a Funny Economist!Chunwook HONG344pp｜225 x 150mm｜May 2016 As an avid reader who reads 200 books per year, the author carefully selected 60 of these and shares with us insights from them. This is a great guide offering clarity for those who want to learn about real economics and to gain a broader perspective when reading about economics.
11 Questions About Modern Korean History Segil PARK320pp｜225 x 150mm｜June 2015 Korea has the discredit of being the lowest ranking in terms of youth employment rate among all the OECD countries. How can it be that Korea has become a society stifling the potential of the young generation? This book answers questions that may have arisen in people’s minds by answering 11 key question