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2021 Overseas Publication Grants

 

2021.02.08

 

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Overview of grants

 

▶ Qualification

Overseas publishers who have imported or are planning to import Korean publication copyrights

- Books that have been published or are to be published in local markets, beginning January 1st, 2021 to October 31st, 2021
- Such books must be published in the time period and submitted to the Publication Industry Promotion Agency of Korea by November 8th, 2021.

 

 

▶ Scope of selection

Around 40 books will be selected, and grants will be provided in amounts varying by region

- Europe and North America: USD3,000
- China and Japan: USD2,500
- Other countries: USD2,000

 

 

 

Application method

 

▶ Application period

- February 3rd (Wed) ~ April 2nd (Fri), 2021 (8 weeks)

 

▶ Application documents (required)

- Application form (KPIPA format, “Application Form for 2021 Overseas Publication Grants”)

 

▶ Application method: Apply and submit online (via e-mail)

- Submit applications to kbook@kpipa.or.kr
- If you have any inquires, contact Thomas Kim, Assistant Manager, Export Support Team, at +82-63-219-2767

 

 

Selection criteria

 

Evaluation Items Details Ratio
Qualitative superiority of the book
  • Book maturity and quality of content
  • Genre and numbers of page
30%
Appropriateness for overseas market
  • Target export countries
30%
* in accordance with KPIPA policy, preferential support will be given to regions
with insufficient exports
  • Content and its pertinence to the country of export
Capability of publisher
  • Market dominance and reliability of local publishers
  • Experience of publishing company in K-BOOK publishing
  • Specificity of publication planning
40%

 

 

Notes

 

  • Submitted documents and works will not be returned.
  • Books without a formal Overseas Publishing Contract may be excluded from selection and the publisher is responsible for any and all problems that may arise in relation to such books.
  • Books that have already received or are awaiting the receipt of a grant from another Korean agency, such as the Literature Translation Institute of Korea or the Korea Creative Content Agency, are not eligible for this grant. If a single book is found to have received grants from multiple agencies, sanctions may be taken, such as the cancellation of the agreement and retrieval of grant funds, regardless of whether the agreement has been signed.
  • Books selected for grants may be used for non-profit purposes by KPIPA, such as the promotion of KPIPA’s business.
  • If the publication or submission of a book is delayed without justifiable reasons, or if the content of the publication report is deemed unsatisfactory, the grant may not be paid.
  • The agency may amend the above notice as and when circumstances warrant.

 

 

 


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