At Least We can Apologize focuses on an agency whose only purpose is to offer apologies--for a fee--on behalf of its clients. This seemingly insignificant service leads us into an examination of sin, guilt, and the often irrational demands of society. A kaleidoscope of minor nuisances and major grievances, this novel heralds a new comic voice in Korean letters.
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Lee Ki-ho debuted when his short story "Birney" won the monthly Modern Literature New Writer's Contest in 1999, and was awarded the Lee Hyo-seok Literary Award in 2010. He is currently a professor in the department of creative writing at Gwangju University in South Korea.
Christopher Joseph Dykas is the translator of At Least We Can Apologize, written by Lee Ki-Ho.
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