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Young-Moo Kim

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Young-Moo Kim

The late Young-moo Kim was a Professor of English Literature at Seoul National University, and published three volumes of his poetry. Brother Anthony and he together translated and published poems by a number of other Korean writers as well as Ko Un.

Articles by Young-Moo Kim

Methun
By Young-Moo Kim
Had the bazaar stretched to infinity or had the business itself hit a slump? To the west, where the street rose steeply, almost hugging the sky, and then swooped down sharply, was the very end of the…
Translated from Urdu by Yu Young-nan
The Moon
By Ko Un
Every time the moon rose, she prayed.Finally Wol-nam's mother, at forty, bore a son.In dreams before pregnancy,she swallowed the moon.After her son was born, Wol-nam's motherwould lose her mindwithout…
Translated from Korean by Brother Anthony of Taizé, Young-Moo Kim & Gary G. Gach
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