This is a book about stopping constant worrying and how the world can seem different when you succeed.
- Book Intro
The COVID-19 pandemic that shook the world throughout 2020 has led to another pandemic known as the “Corona blues.” What exactly do people need in this situation? What kind of comfort do we need right now? The core message of this book is to minimize worrying. It includes ways to stop constantly worrying and describes how our lives can change when we succeed.
- About the Author
A person who tortured himself because of one too many worries. A person who missed the chance to do whatever he wanted if he had only made up his mind to do so. I wrote because I did not want to lose myself anymore, and by writing, I was able to recover my self-esteem. I put my cheers, laughter and love into my writing and posted them on social media, and millions of readers connected with what I wrote. I wrote the book wishing that the person who tries really hard to live his days, but ends up missing out on himself—just like me at one point—could be happy.
Selected as a New Creator by the magazine Esquire in 2015
Advisor for the exhibition The Age of Social Media Poets at the National Library of Korea in 2016
Promotional ambassador on social media for the Gyeonggi Nambu Provincial Police Agency
Published Things That Are Good Because They Are Ordinary, a writing book with emotion essays in 2019.