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Sang Young Park

Portrait of writer Sang Young Park
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Sang Young Park

Sang Young Park was born in Daegu in 1988. He studied French and journalism at Sungkyunkwan University and attended the creative writing master’s program at Dongguk University. He began his career by winning the 2016 Munhakdongne New Writers Award for “Searching for Paris Hilton” and published his short story collection The Tears of an Unknown Artist, or Zaytun Pasta in 2018.

Articles by Sang Young Park

The Literary Life of K-pop Lyrics
By Sang Young Park
In this short essay, Korean novelist Sang Young Park defends the literary quality of K-pop lyrics.If you know me, you know I love K-pop. You’d think a man in his midthirties would learn to step…
Translated by Anton Hur
The Tears of an Unknown Artist, or Zaytun Pasta, Part III
By Sang Young Park
We were five minutes out on our jeep when the sound of an explosion big enough to shake the car resounded from behind us.
Translated from Korean by Anton Hur
The Tears of an Unknown Artist, or Zaytun Pasta, Part II
By Sang Young Park
I knew better than anyone else that Oh was not gay, that he was just using these rumors.
Translated from Korean by Anton Hur
The Tears of an Unknown Artist, or Zaytun Pasta
By Sang Young Park
I went to Iraq to make a queer film the likes of which the world had never seen.
Translated from Korean by Anton Hur
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