Yom Sang-seop

1897 - 1963
country of citizenship:  South Korea
native language:  Korean
languages spoken, written or signed:  Korean
educated at:  Keio University

Yeom Sang-seop (Korean: 염상섭) (1897–1963) was a South Korean novelist and freedom fighter. He was an early pioneer of modern narrative in Korea and a "writer of the period of dissatisfaction". In this role, he was one of the first naturalistic and realistic writers in Korean literature. His role in the resistance to Japanese colonialism resulted in his arrest. Source: Wikipedia (en)

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