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The children who went to the woodland

Author

Junghwa Yang

Oh Seungmin

Publisher

DAEKYO

Categories

Adolescent Literature

Audience

Youth
Young Adult

Overseas Licensing

Keywords

  • #2021 Visiting Korean Book Fair North America
  • #Video Conference

Copyright Contact

Jang Jieun

jieun.jang@daekyo.co.kr

+82-2-829-1272

  • Publication Date

    2020-07-30
  • No. of pages

    220
  • ISBN

    9788939571754
  • Dimensions

    153 * 225
Overview

Book Intro

This work has awarded the grand prize in the fairy tale category at the 27th Eye Level Children's Literature Awards and depicts the image of a future society based on Korean Uturi myth tales. It is a story that responds to the concerns and fears in the nature of human destruction, and goes beyond the limits of the hero story, and achieves the entire power by solving every problem.

 

(French) <Les enfants qui sont allés à la forêt d’Uturi>

 Les enfants qui sont allés à la forêt d’Uturi a remporté le grand prix dans la catégorie conte de fées aux 27e Noonnoppi littérature jeunesse prix et dépeint l'avenir de la société basé sur un conte d’Uturi. C'est une histoire qui répond aux préoccupations et aux peurs de la situation dans laquelle les humains détruisent la nature. Elle surmonte les limites de l'histoire du héros et atteint tout le pouvoir en résolvant chaque problème.

About the Author

Junghwa Yang



The author studied Korean literature in undergraduate and creative writing at graduate school. While writing articles introducing the myths of Korea, it teaches creative writing to adults and children who dream of literature.

 

(French) Diplômée de licence en littérature coréenne et de master en écriture créative, elle enseigne l’écriture aux adultes et aux enfants qui rêvent de littérature tout en écrivant des articles sur la mythologie coréenne. 

Oh Seungmin



llustrator Oh Seung Min received the second prize at the NOMA Concours for Children's Picture Book Illustrations with Hide and Seek. Ugly Baby Duck was selected at the Biennial of Illustration Bratislava (BIB) in 2007, and Oh was selected as the illustrator of Korean Pavilion of Bologna Children's Book Fair with The Song of Aggabi in 2009. Oh Seung Min has illustrated creative picture books including A little Leopard, The Snow, Uncle Chanda, The Day Grandfather Came, Mom on a Tiger,A Celandine Bloomed Todayy, No Parking, Island of Sea Lions, Seoul, Plastic Bag Grass,  Seokhopil, Train 503, Uncle Kick, Space Hotel, Great Tricycle!, Uncle Age 12. Oh Seung Min has also illustrated five books from the Alien Selmina’s Special Mission series. The illustrator majored in Oriental painting at Sejong University. Oh's bold use of color and composition effectively portray the energy and emotions of young children, and as a result, Oh's illustrations are widely beloved by young readers.

 

 

(French) En 2004, elle a remporté le prix Korea Andersen Shadow et la mention honorable dans le Concours international NOMA pour cache-cache. En 2009, elle a été sélectionnée en tant qu’illustratrice pour le pavillon coréen de la Foire internationale du livre de Bologne avec La chanson d’Akkaebi.

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