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2019.11.04

<Prince in Useless Land>

Prince in Useless Land

1. Publication Details

Imprint | GOBOOKY BOOKS Co. Ltd.
Title | Prince in Useless Land
Author | Kim Min Jeong
Illustrator | Lee Gap Gyu
Genre | Fairy tale
Format | 185×240
Binding | Paperback
Pages | 132pages
ISBN | 9788966072026

 

2. Contact

Name | Oh Wonyoung
Phone | +82-10-4050-2662
Email | owy0209@naver.com
URL | http://www.gobook2.com/main

 

3. Marketing Information

Keyword | Children's story; teaching; education
Target Readership | Children ages 9 to 12

 

4. About the Author and Illustrator

Author - Kim Min Jeong
Kim Min Jeong believes that what is really horrible aren't goblins or ghosts but boredom. During her childhood, when she faced the horror of boredom, she tried to get rid of it by taking a journey into her imagination. As an adult, now she gets rid of that horror by making stories. Her works include Strange Transfer Student, A Ghost in My Classroom, and In the Country in the Middle of Night.

Illustrator - Lee Gap Gyu
Lee Gap Gyu has long illustrated children's books. Lee always tries to write and illustrate picture books that are full of brilliant and pleasant ideas. Lee has written and illustrated Real Story of Picking Nose and Bangbangyi, and has illustrated Grit for Children, Transformation into Swine, Fox Bibimbab, Can't Stand Any More, Glove Tree, and more. Lee received the 55th Korea Publishing Culture Award for Real Story of Picking Nose.

 

5. About the Book

One day, Ro-Un, the protagonist of the story, feels bored with his toy car called Prince and throws it into a strange wastebasket made of strands of straw. At that moment, a magical event happens: Ro-Un is drawn into the waste basket to fall into Useless Land and is transformed into Prince.
Ro-Un, who has become Prince, tries to find a way to get back to the world where he lives and meets abandoned things and make friends with them. They each have their own story. They were abandoned for different reasons, but they want to return to Useful Land because they are as good as new things. However, their journey home is not easy. It is said that a horrible monster lives on the path toward Useful Land. What will happen to Ro-Un and his friends? Can they defeat the monster and go back to Useful Land?
You might have experienced purchasing something that you badly wanted but soon growing tired of it and leaving it in a corner or throwing it away. In the form of a fantasy fairy tale, the author teaches readers about the preciousness of things. The author knocks on the door of children's hearts and conveys the message that you should not thoughtlessly throw things away.

 

 

<Christopher Behein 1>

Christopher Behein 1

1. Publication Details

Imprint | GOBOOKY BOOKS Co.Ltd.
Title | Christopher Behein 1
Author | Park Sang Sun
Genre | Fantasy
Format | 150×210
Binding | Paperback
Pages | 272pages
ISBN | 9788966073030

 

2. Contact

Name | Oh Wonyoung
Phone | +82-10-4050-2662
Email | owy0209@naver.com
URL | http://www.gobook2.com/main

 

3. Marketing Information

Keyword | Comics; occult; mystery
Target Readership | Young adult, adult

 

4. About the Author

Park Sang Sun is a cartoonist who has led the wave of romance comics magazines. Park's cold and intense drawing style has attracted many comics fans from the black-and-white comics era. Park exhibits unique charming drawings through various works including Requiem for Souls, Les Bijoux, and Taro Cafe. Particularly, Taro Cafe has received huge praise in the United States, Brazil, and Europe, making Park into a global cartoonist.
The webtoon Christopher Behein, which Park introduced in tune with the changing times, boasts captivating mise-en-scène and a differentiated occult story, thereby achieving a high degree of completion. Park's drawings fascinate comics fans with a style beyond the boundary of romance comics. The author's compelling visuals make readers look forward to his next works in this age of mixed media.

 

5. About the Book

This story occurs in England during the Victorian era. Christopher Behein is offered as a sacrifice to a demon by his family. He is buried in the ground in an almost corpse-like state, but a circus master rescues him and inserts black cotton into his body to revive him. In this way, Christopher becomes a clown of the circus. He jumps into mysterious events in the pursuit of a clue called the demon's tar in order to get back his deprived soul, which had been broken into seven pieces and lost.
Meanwhile, there is Solomon, a girl genius who lives in a rural village in present-day New Orleans. She lives a happy life with her father, who is a conspiracist, and her mother, who is busy supporting her family. One day, her family gets attacked by a faceless monster. A clown suddenly appears and saves Solomon's life, but her parents are killed in the attack. Christopher and Solomon search for clues-the devil's tar-left at the sites where attacks by the demon have taken place. They continue their journey to get back their lost souls while becoming involved in and solving cases that happen at the sites where the demon's tar is found.
Will Christopher meet his father and brothers who have deprived him of his soul?
Will Solomon catch the criminal who destroyed her family?
Will Christopher Behein save his own soul?

 

 

<Is That Why You Were Sad?>

Is That Why You Were Sad?

1. Publication Details

Imprint | GOBOOKY BOOKS Co. Ltd.
Title | Is That Why You Were Sad?
Author | Ko Jeongwuk
Illustrator | Song Hyeseon
Genre | Children’s literature
Format | 185×240
Binding | Paperback
Pages | 112pages
ISBN | 9788966072903

 

2. Contact

Name | Oh Wonyoung
Phone | +82-10-4050-2662
Email | owy0209@naver.com
URL | http://www.gobook2.com/main

 

3. Marketing Information

Keyword | Children’s literature; the disabled; inspiration; forgiveness
Target Readership | Children aged 9 - 12

 

4. About the Author and Illustrator

Author - Ko Jeongwuk
Ko Jeongwuk studied Korean literature as an undergraduate at Sungkyunkwan University and received a master’s degree at the same institution. He made his literary debut through the annual spring literary contest held by Munhwa Ilbo, since which he has touched children’s hearts with his books. He suffured from polio as a child and is physically disabled. Although he is wheelchair-bound, he travels to all parts of the country, giving lectures for children, parents, and teachers. A major children’s book author in Korea, he has written about 280 books, which together have sold 4 million copies. His works include Tansil, the Guide Dog; The Boy Who Carries Bags; My Very Special Older Brother; and Quick-tempered Jaeseok.

Illustrator - Song Hyeseon
Song Hyeseon’s favorite moments are when she creates different results using various materials, and becomes immersed in a story and comes up with new worlds and characters. Her works include God Likes Bathing; A House Where Cookies are Made; Lie Contest; What’s Wrong with Being a Philippino?; A Quite Decent House; and A Little More about Beans.

 

5. About the Book

It’s the morning of April 20, and things are hectic at Jun’s house.
Chorong, the puppy, is busy going around the house, waking up Jun and Song; Jun is in a rush to get his homework done, realizing as soon as he wakes up that he didn’t do it before going to bed; Mother has to prepare breakfast and do Song’s hair. Father, Go Yuhan, the author, is busy signing books, sitting in his wheelchair. He writes children’s books, and every year on April 20, the Day for the Disabled, he signs his books and gives them to his children’s friends as presents.
On this morning, busy as always, something happens out of the ordinary.
At breakfast, Father reads a survey that came in the mail and asks Jun, “Is there anyone at school who says things to you about your father being disabled?”
Looking him in the eye, Jun says, “Yes.”
Jun tells him what happened at school and sheds tears.
Father, a famous children’s book author, goes everywhere in his wheelchair, and even makes jokes about his disability; but it breaks his heart to hear his son say that he was made fun of because of his disability.
What happened at Jun’s school?
What kinds of words and actions could comfort Jun and encourage his father?
Are we prepared to live together with others, helping and respecting one another?

 

 

<An Illustrated Diary of a Wealthy Man>

An Illustrated Diary of a Wealthy Man

1. Publication Details

Imprint | GOBOOKY BOOKS Co. Ltd.
Title | An Illustrated Diary of a Wealthy Man
Author | O Seyeong
Genre | Art & culture
Format | 210×297
Binding | Hard cover
Pages | 320pages
ISBN | 9788966072835

 

2. Contact

Name | Oh Wonyoung
Phone | +82-10-4050-2662
Email | owy0209@naver.com
URL | http://www.gobook2.com/main

 

3. Marketing Information

Keyword | graphic novel; Korean realism; Korean people; Korean culture; Korean sentiments
Target Readership | Young adults, adults

 

4. About the Author

O Seyeong, a major Korean cartoonist, has been highly praised for expressing feelings and even smells through the lines of his drawing. His high-quality works focus on expressing the people of Korea, as well as its mountains and streams, and Korean culture and sentiments.
Born in 1955 in Gongju, South Chungcheong Province, O Seyeong entered the world of cartoons as a pupil of the cartoonist O Myeongcheon.
He began his own career not long after, studying endlessly, collecting materials, and working persistently, creating his own world of cartoons. He made his debut in 1986 with his cartoon, “A Mask of Gourd,” in the cartoon journal Cartoon Square, and he went on to publish high-quality works. O’s works are recognized for their flawless drawing, lyrical composition, unique characters, and stories that ring true to the era.

 

5. About the Book

The Illustrated Diary of a Wealthy Man, a collection of cartoons by O Seyeong, the master of cartoons and the eternal teacher of cartoonists, has been chosen by many readers as the collection they want to own and read again. To celebrate the world of O Seyeong’s art, Gobooky Books has published a collector’s edition of the book. This collection includes thirteen stories that have been previously published, as well as “The Illustrated Diary of a Wealthy Man,” and the never-before-published pieces, “Gogh and Cigarettes” and “A Fourteen-year-old Girl’s Springtime”
O Seyeong, who made his debut with his short cartoon, “The Mask of Gourd,” published in Cartoon Square in 1986, went on to publish high-quality work, drawing the attention of readers and cartoonists. “The Illustrated Diary of a Wealthy Man,” published in 1995, has been praised as a major work representing Korean realism cartoons, with its exceptional artwork, strong and effective presentation, and themes of social strafication, irrationality, the joys and sorrows of the urban poor, as well as their strong life force, that can be found in a city.
The size of the book, uncommonly large, and the solid hardcover binding make for a collector’s edition worth acquiring. It is a collection of art that presents the artist’s exceptional pen and brush work.
O’s works are said to have taken the artistry of Korean cartoons to another level. The exceptional quality of the artwork, unique characters, detailed historical research, and subtle presentation have touched the hearts of many readers and brought them joy, and have been something younger generations of artists have aspired to. Although his early death has left us with only the works published in his short lifetime, this collection will give readers a new chance to explore the world of his works today.

 

 

<An Umbrella>

An Umbrella

1. Publication Details

Imprint | NURIMBO
Title | An Umbrella
Author| kim Mihee
Genre | Picture Book
Format | 215×232
Binding | Hard cover
Pages | 28pages
ISBN | 9788958762188

 

2. Contact

Name | Yoon Eunsook
Phone | +82-10-6723-5986
Email | nurimbo_pub@naver.com

 

3. Marketing Information

Keyword | Cooperation; Sharing; Caring; Game
Target Readership | Ages 3-5

 

4. About the Author

Author Kim Mihee majored in Design in university. She began drawing because she loved picture books, and she wishes to draw small but special stories that are hidden in our lives.An Umbrella is her first ever picture book.

 

5. About the Book

<Learning how to share and care when the umbrella breaks>
It suddenly starts raining when Rabbit, Puppy and Cub are on their way to the kindergarten. Only Cub brought an umbrella. He shares his umbrella with his friends, but Rabbit complains that he's getting wet. Cub tilts the umbrella toward Rabbit's side, and now Puppy is complaining.
Cub holds the umbrella up straight and asks the friends to come closer. At last, they are properly protected from the raindrops.
But when Puppy says something to Cub, Rabbit is angry that he is left out. Cub suggests that Rabbit join the conversation, and this time, Puppy is unhappy. Rabbit and Puppy bicker endlessly.
At that moment, a strong wind hits them, and the umbrella gets turned inside-out. Rabbit and Puppy blame each other for what has happened. Slowly getting annoyed, Cub swings the umbrella and sprays them with raindrops.
"You guys are so grumpy, here goes the umbrella gun! Rat-tat-tat-tat......"
Something unexpected happens. Rabbit and Puppy have become amused, as if they haven't fought at all. Rabbit and Puppy team up and shoot the umbrella gun at Cub. The three friends play the exciting game until they are completely soaked with rain.
An Umbrella is a lovely piece of work with which rookie author Kim Mihee made her debut. The picture book goes down to children's eye level and tells a story about sharing, caring and making up with others, helping with the character-building of children aged 4 to 6.
The three friends don't know yet how to share an umbrella. After a long argument, they come to find the best way to share, but Rabbit and Puppy are still holding grudges on the inside.
The chance to make up comes unexpectedly. It's when the umbrella, the very reason for the fight, breaks. Rabbit, Puppy and Cub discover a new game and have fun together. By playing with the broken umbrella, the three friends finally learn what it means to share and care.

 

 

<A New Suit>

A New Suit

1. Publication Details

Imprint | NURIMBO
Title | A New Suit
Author | Cho Yeseul
Genre | Picture Book
Format | 180×250
Binding | Hard cover
Pages | 64pages
ISBN | 9788958762218

 

2. Contact

Name | Yoon Eunsook
Phone | +82-10-6723-5986
Email | nurimbo_pub@naver.com

 

3. Marketing Information

Keyword | Women, men, books, nature, human nature, feminism
Target Readership | Teenagers, young adults, adults

 

4. About the Author

Cho Yeseul majored in Visual Communication Design at Hongik University, South Korea and earned her master’s degree in Children’s Book Illustration from the Cambridge School of Art, United Kingdom. Her areas of interest include women, loneliness, solidarity, and growth. A New Suit is her ambitious debut.

 

5. About the Book

Your suit is woman!
A New Suit, the first book by emerging writer Cho Yeseul, talks about women’s awakening, growth, and solidarity. Lucid, simple text is juxtaposed with modern, sensuous drawings. In particular, the symbolic illustrations, a unique feature of picture books, stand out throughout her work.
Cho symbolizes the oppression against women as “suits,” which embody the identity of suffering women locked up inside as innocent animals. The women liberated from their suits return to being free and healthy in nature, then they become nature themselves as they march to tear down their oppressors, the sturdy human walls.
The author swiftly leads the women’s journey of awakening and solidarity towards the middle of the story, focusing on the process of one becoming two, then three, until turning into “we,” transcending generations.
Massive herds of animals running in clouds of dust are headed in one particular direction—towards human walls, the agent of oppression. The scene brims with the sounds of heavy breathing and the smell of sweat.
Their breathless marching stands for the lofty flow of nature. It looks as if a river, once blocked, finally breaks way to run its course. Nature remedies the disasters caused by humans. This powerful scene vividly renders Cho’s perspective on feminism.
The true face of the human walls is laid bare through the story of Jihoon who wears a suit called “man.” Jihoon finally recuperates his lost sensibilities and remembers who he is the moment his suit of armor is torn apart. The heavy armor called “man” had prevented him from feel anything. The armor had been forced upon him, a person with innate sensitivity.
Awakened, Jihoon begins to run with the women to bring down the old system. It’s a moment of solidarity between women and men. The theme of A New Suit clearly shines in this scene.

 

 

<Concept Tok, Science Tok!>

Concept Tok, Science Tok!

1. Publication Details

Imprint | Blue Bicycle Publishing Co.
Title | Concept Tok, Science Tok!
Subtitle | Expel the misconceptions!
Author | Seo Wonho
Illustrator | Hong Hana
Genre | Children
Format | 182×240
Binding | Paperback
Pages | 205pages
ISBN | 9791188609246

 

2. Contact

Name | Kim Yeonsoo
Phone | +82-31-955-7470
Email | booksea21@hanmail.net
URL | www.paja.co.kr

 

3. Marketing Information

Keyword | science; science experiments; misconceptions; common scientific knowledge; scientific thinking
Target Readership | Children ages 9 to 12

 

4. About the Author and Illustrator

Author - Seo Wonho
Seo Wonho currently teaches children at Ipo Elementary School. He has a keen interest in science and does diverse activities in science education. He instructs teachers in convergence education as chairman of the Study Groop for Creative Convergence Education, a science teachers' club. In addition, he spreads convergence education by running Moving Creative Convergence Classroom and developing various education materials such as the STEAM education materials for Gyeonggi Province. For these efforts, he received the 2016 Science Teacher of the Year Award.

Illustrator - Hong Hana
Hong Hana has produced picture books based on her memories with her kindergarten friends. She has written and illustrated Letter Shake, I Just Played, and others.

 

5. About the Book

This book shows how science impacts our daily lives in various episodes that occur in common places, like our home, school, and neighborhood. Many phenomena surrounding us are viewed from a scientific point of view, using a method of verifying familiar common science myths that are taken for granted. How precisely do we understand common scientific knowledge in our lives? Common scientific myths include: becoming bald-headed when exposed to acid rain, earthworms coming up to the surface when it rains because they like rain, and so on. This book provides readers with a clear scientific basis and correct answers to scientific misconceptions that we think are common knowledge.
This book contains selected issues about life, materials, energy, Earth, and the universe, which stimulate our curiosity: for example, the number of neck bones of a giraffe is compared with the number of neck bones of a human, where the pole is when a magnet is broken, and how falling water drops look are explained. At the end of each episode there is a <Concept Tok!> section that summarizes scientific concepts and explains related knowledge. In addition, the <DIY Laboratory, I Am a Scientist> section introduces experiments that children can easily carry out to pique interest in science.

 

 

<A Piece of Fruit>

A Piece of Fruit

1. Publication Details

Imprint | Blue bicycle Publishing Co.
Title | A Piece of Fruit
Author | Jeon Hyunjeong
Illustrator | Lee Yoojung
Genre | Picture book
Format | 250×250
Binding | Hard Cover
Pages | 33pages
ISBN | 9791188609192

 

2. Contact

Name | Kim Yeonsoo
Phone | +82-31-955-7470
Email | booksea21@hanmail.net
URL | www.paja.co.kr

 

3. Marketing Information

Keyword | Extinction, environment, species diversity, social problem, ecosystem, picture book
Target Readership | Ages 6-8

 

4. About the Author and Illustrator

Author - Jeon Hyunjeong
Jeon Hyunjeong learned how to build houses in college, but she has been learning how to write since she fell in love with children's books after becoming a mother. In 2017, she was selected as part of a team for the Antarctic Experience on the 30th anniversary of the King Sejong Station in Antarctica, and she returned home with first-hand experience of that frozen desert. She received the 19th Golden Dokkaebi Award for her book, Aargh! Fat Club, and her other titles include Migratory Bird News in the Middle of the Night and Almost Every Question in the World.

Illustrator - Lee Yoojung
Lee Yoojung studied picture books at Hankuk Illustration School (HILLS). She enjoys drawing powerful pictures. She wants to share powerfully vivid senses with her drawings. She has written and illustrated The Gods Living in Our House and Seeds of Sound, Deong Kung Tta.

 

5. About the Book

Through the story of the hero Singh and his villagers, A Piece of Fruit shows modern society, which maximizes what people need and like while getting rid of everything else. In order to maximize production of food, such as genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and maximize company profits, people plant one type of crop on a massive scale, then create stronger pesticides and chemical fertilizers to respond to the various diseases that such a practice can trigger. This book tells of a warning from our ecosystem, which is collapsing in such a reality. The book guides readers to think about the strength that the diversity of species has and about our ecosystem, which cannot be complete with only one species and can only be whole when all species come together.
The story about the extinction of bananas warns us about a lot of things. It shows us how fatal to the Earth’s ecosystem human greed can be when it leads to modified genes and unified crop varieties. Humans are also a part of the ecosystem. Just because something is useless to us does not mean that it is useless to our ecosystem. Since everything is entangled together, one part can have a huge impact on our ecosystem. A Piece of Fruit clearly shows us the warning sent out by our ecosystem. In the beginning, we see a very small Singh lost and wandering in a lush and green forest. This imagery represents humankind in the ecosystem. The image of the forest changes as we flip the pages, and readers can feel the result of Singh's and the people's greed. Readers see the changed Singh after he realizes the deep wisdom of Grandpa Kamal, but the sight of the world that follows forces readers to face a reality we cannot ignore. We hope that readers will be able to link themselves to the gardens of Singh and Grandpa Kamal and take their first small step towards change by listening to the warning of our ecosystem.

 

 

<Sad Nobel Prize>

Sad Nobel Prize

1. Publication Details

Imprint | Blue Bicycle Publishing Co.
Title | Sad Nobel Prize
Subtitle | Why did the glorious Nobel Prize come down to a world disaster?
Author | Jung Hwajin
Illustrator | Park Jiyun
Genre | Children
Format | 185×240
Binding | Paperback
Pages | 188pages
ISBN |  9791188609277

 

2. Contact

Name | Kim Yeonsoo
Phone | +82-31-955-7470
Email | booksea21@hanmail.net
URL | www.paja.co.kr

 

3. Marketing Information

Keyword | Nobel Prize; peace; invention; social issues; ethical thinking; science technology; GMO; human greed; environmental issues
Target Readership | Children ages 9 to 12

 

4. About the Author and Illustrator

Author - Jung Hwajin
Jung Hwajin was born in Paju, Gyeonggi-Province, and graduated from Sogang University with a major in English literature. Jung started his literary career when he published the short story "Like Molten Metal" in 1987. He writes and translates works while farming. He has authored Clumsy But Ardent Urban Farmers Have Dreams of Soil and has co-written Young Adult Farming School.

Illustrator - Park Jiyun
Park Jiyun has long loved going to libraries and drawing. She studied Korean literature at university, and after graduation studied illustration and picture books. She has authored Stone Buddha and Silk Seller. In addition, she has illustrated Boy Who Carves Books and I Am One of the Joseon People, Too.

 

5. About the Book

This book takes a look at the process of how the Nobel Prize, which saved humankind and contributed to world peace, came down to an enemy against humans, and also delves into similar discoveries and inventions in various fields.
The book begins with the life of Alfred Nobel, the scientist and inventor who established the Nobel Prize. The book then reviews how six inventions of science and technology that were awarded the Nobel Prize were selected and used. This leads to others taking actions and seeking righteous ways of thinking to draw attention to the social issues that we face. Of course, scientists should stress the importance of the ethics of those who select and use these discoveries.
Fritz Haber betrayed scientific ethics and horrified the world by using chemical gases as a murderous weapon. Moreover, he invented chemical fertilizers that increased food productivity but polluted the soil where food grew. Moreover, although Norman Borlaug, known as the father of the Green Revolution, developed a plant breeding technology that saved mankind from starvation, genetically modified organisms generated by the technology pose a disaster to the planet by the hand of entrepreneurs who betray business ethics.

 

 

<Ojjigi>

Ojjigi

1. Publication Details

Imprint | Blue bicycle Publishing Co.
Title | Ojjigi
Author | Jung Eunjung
Illustrator | Kim Yunjung
Genre | Picture book
Format |  220×250
Binding | Hardcover
Pages | 36pages
ISBN |  9791188609161

 

2. Contact

Name | Kim Yeonsoo
Phone | +82-31-955-7470
Email | booksea21@hanmail.net
URL | www.paja.co.kr

 

3. Marketing Information

Keyword | Family; brothers; neighbors; care; love; self-respect; birthday; picture books for infants
Target Readership | Children ages 6 to 8

 

4. About the Author and Illustrator

Author - Jung Eunjung
Jung Eunjung writes books for children. Jung has authored What Day Is It Today?, Yummy Yummy with a Spoon in Your Hand, and Feel Like Crying Again.

Illustrator - Kim Yunjung
Kim Yunjung majored in comics art at university, and studied children's literature, illustration, and design in the U. K. She illustrates and writes with child's heart. She also enjoys talking and drawing with children. She has authored The House Where I Live, The Analects of Confucius, and Somebody Is Watching Me.

 

5. About the Book

Ojjigi, who is the fifth child among six siblings, always has to make room for his brothers and sisters and does not get enough love from his parents. As children relate to and see themselves in Ojjigi, who complains about his elder brother, younger brother, and parents. they have a chance to look into their own mind. The author hopes that children will feel sympathy for Ojjigi-who is preposterous but brave and witty, and who gradually makes himself the center-discover love for their family, closeness to their siblings, and neighborliness. This book helps children grow into those who can care for the people around them, rather than those who care only about being loved.
By making birthdays, an event that is most anticipated by children, as the subject of the book, the author reminds us of the meaning of birthdays and elaborates their importance for children. The author hopes that children get vicarious satisfaction from Ojjigi's whimsical and courageous actions, find self-respect, and have the opportunity to understand the warm heart of their failmy and neighbors. The author also hopes that like Ojjigi, children will have a strong heart and courage, recognize their family's love, appreciate their friendship and the care from their neighbors, and help those around them.

 

 

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