[KS] A couple of inquiries re Korean literature

ccmontgom at ratpunk.com ccmontgom at ratpunk.com
Sun May 24 01:07:16 EDT 2009


The Korea Journal has quite a great deal of translated Korean literature
available as PDFs on its website.

The search engine is here at its archive site:

Also the KLTI has a booklet which lists all known translations from 1980 to
2008, an indispensible guide.

Charles Montgomery

Original Message:
From: Y Jones yeajones at gmail.com
Date: Sat, 23 May 2009 21:49:17 -0700
To: koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws
Subject: [KS] A couple of inquiries re Korean literature

Dear All,

Greetings. I've been following various discussions with interest and I have
a couple of questions regarding translation of a Korean word and publishing
Korean translation.

First, the word in question is: ¿Ë(èº), a term of respect for an elderly
gentleman, which seems to be too cumbersome in English, I've thought
variously about the Elder, the Old Master, etc, but none of them seem to
work. If any of you could suggest a possible translation, I'd very much
appreciate it.

Second, if you could suggest Korean studies journals that publish
translation of Korean literary works, that'd be most helpful.

Thank you so much in advance.



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