Kim Sagwa | Granta

Kim Sagwa

Kim Sagwa is one of South Korea’s most acclaimed young writers. She is the author of several novels, story collections, and works of nonfiction, and has been shortlisted for major South Korean awards, including the Munji Prize and the Young Writers Award. Kim contributes columns to three major Seoul newspapers, and she co-translated John Freeman’s book How to Read a Novelist into Korean. She lives in New York City.