Chi-Young is an award-winning literary translator and editor based in Los Angeles. She is the recipient of the Man Asian Literary Prize (2011), the 34th Modern Korean Literature Translation Award (2003), and many grants from the Daesan Foundation and the Literary Translation Institute of Korea. She has translated works by Sun-mi Hwang, Young-ha Kim, Kyung Ran Jo, J.M. Lee, and Kyung-sook Shin.
Forthcoming is Haemin Sunim's The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down (co-translated with the author).
• Man Asian Literary Prize (2011)
• 34 Modern Korean Literature Translation Award (2003)
• Numerous translation grants from Daesan Foundation and the Korea Literature Translation Institute
• The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down by Haemin Sunim (February 2017)
• The Boy Who Escaped Paradise by J.M. Lee (2016)
• The Dog Who Dared to Dream by Sun-mi Hwang (2016)
• The Investigation by J.M. Lee (2014)
• The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly by Sun-mi Hwang (2013)
• Please Look After Mom by Kyung-sook Shin (2011)
• Your Republic Is Calling You by Young-ha Kim (2010)
• Tongue by Kyung Ran Jo (2009)
• I Have the Right to Destroy Myself by Young-ha Kim (2007)
• Toy City by Lee Dong-ha (2007)
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