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South Korea


LEE KIHO was born in 1972 in Wonju, South Korea. He debuted in 1999 with the short story ‘Bunny’, which was published in Contemporary Literature. His short-story collections include Who is Doctor Park? and It was Bound to End Up Like This. His novels are At Least We Can Apologize (Dalkey Archive Press, 2013) and A World History of Second Sons. He has been awarded the Yi Hyo-seok Literary Prize, the Kim Seung-ok Literary Prize and the Hanguk Ilbo Literary Prize. He currently teaches creative writing at Gwangju University. 

Contributions to ALR

Fiction - No. 32, Winter 2016