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The Wind Is Blowing, and I Like You

Author

Yi Byungryul

Publisher

dalpublishers

Categories

Literature & Fiction

Audience

Adult

Overseas Licensing

Keywords

  • #Yi Byungryul
  • #travel essay
  • #travel
  • #essay
  • #wind
  • #you
  • #Attraction 2

Copyright Contact

Park Sunjoo

bigsun1217@munhak.com

+82-31-8071-8683

  • Publication Date

    2012-07-01
  • No. of pages

    300
  • ISBN

    9788993928488
  • Dimensions

    130 * 210
Overview

This book is a new travel essay on the people the author encountered on the streets and his thoughts on relationships and love, published after seven years since the publication of Attraction.

Book Intro

Yi Byungryul who gained a wide population with Attraction has published a new essay called The Wind Is Blowing, and I Like You. During the past seven years, he often packed his baggage, flew off to other countries, and returned home. His visa is now filled with entry stamps from more than 80 countries.

His journey shows what travel is. If you want to leave again, you must come back first. Then you can stand on a different starting point and let your guard down with a new map. Finally, you can go and meet “people.” Even when the environment changes with new buildings, people always remain unchanged. Yi was always among people, even when he traveled by himself, harboring a warm curiosity about them and longing for them. The Wind Is Blowing, and I Like You resonates more strongly with readers than Attraction with its heartwarming sentiment. Its witty yet thoughtful sentences and emotional photos pluck at the heartstrings of readers. The book may give readers a solitary feeling, but it will never let them become immersed in sorrow. The relentless wind blowing from somewhere will hit them, but their hearts will soon become warm. Readers will shed tears, but not the tears of sorrow.

About the Author

Yi Byungryul



Yi Byungryul was born in 1967 Jecheon in the North Chungcheong province and graduated from Seoul Institute of the Arts with a degree in Literary Creation. Yi started his career as a poet in 1995 with his poem Good People, That Day winning the annual spring literary contest by Hankook Ilbo. Collections of poems created by Yi Byungryul include You Are Trying to Leave, Privacy of Wind, and Brilliant. Collections of essays created by Yi include The Attraction; The Wind Blows, and I Like You and The Person Next to Me. Yi Byungryul won the Modern Poetics Award in 2006. Currently, Yi is a member of literary circle Poetic Strength.

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