82년생 김지영

82년생 김지영

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Title:82년생 김지영
Author:Cho Nam-Joo
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:82년생 김지영
ISBN13
9788937473135
Edition Language
Korean
  • Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982
  • Kim Ji-young, nacida en 1982
  • Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982
  • Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982
  • Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982
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Edition Language:Korean
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:192 pages pages

82년생 김지영 Reviews

  • Sara
    May 03, 2020
    For such a short piece of work, this managed to convey so much. Its a story of inequality, custom and society in South Korea. A story about women and how they're still oppressed within the stifling confines of a society that still isn't ready to let go of gender role traditio...
  • Thomas
    Nov 14, 2020
    Appreciated this novel?s thorough portrayal of the entrenched sexism in South Korean society. Cho Nam-Joo shows how patriarchy pervades every facet of South Korean life: the ways parents and teachers devalue girls and idolize boys, how employers discriminate against women both in the...
  • Tatiana
    Apr 26, 2020
    Different country, same old sexist bullshit. A tale painfully familiar, just set in a foreign land. This is a short, odd South Korean novel about gender politics. It's a strange mix of fictional life story of one woman moving through the men-dominated and men-focused world, an...
  • Paul Fulcher
    Aug 30, 2019
    Now longlisted for the 2020 National Book Awards for Translated Literature in the US and in the UK for the Books Are My Bag Reader Awards in the overall Fiction category She said she?ll never forget how proud she felt when she presented a bouquet of flowers as a welcome-back prese...
  • Sarah
    Aug 31, 2019
    Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982 follows the Korean woman of the title from her birth until the present day. We're introduced to Jiyoung in the present day where, at 33, she's hospitalised after having a breakdown, and the author then recounts her life story which gives us the backgrou...
  • Emily May
    Apr 15, 2020
    The world had changed a great deal, but the little rules, contracts, and customs had not, which meant the world hadn?t actually changed at all. 4 1/2 stars. There is some seriously weird and awesome art coming out of South Korea these days. From the weirder stuff (The Vegetarian...
  • Emer (A Little Haze)
    Sep 07, 2019
    Kim Jiyoung is a girl born to a mother whose in-laws wanted a boy. Kim Jiyoung is a sister made to share a room while her brother gets one of his own. Kim Jiyoung is a female preyed upon by male teachers at school. Kim Jiyoung is a daughter whose father blames her when she is har...
  • Lady Clementina ffinch-ffarowmore
    Dec 02, 2019
    My thanks to Simon and Schuster UK and NetGalley for a review copy of this one. Kim Ji-Young, Born 1982 is a 2016 Korean novel, now translated into English (besides other languages). This hard-hitting novel has sold over a million copies, and was also adapted into a film that releas...
  • Em Lost In Books
    Dec 24, 2020
    I liked what this book was portraying i.e. gender discrimination, how women are treated in patriarchal a society, but the main character failed miserably to invoke any emotions in me. I was unable to connect with her throughout the book. This is not the first time that I have read some...
  • Jananie (thisstoryaintover)
    Apr 19, 2020
    SO FREAKIN GOOD. applause only for this incredible account of what it means to be a woman living in South Korea. Informative, funny, thoughtful, and ultimately packing a punch, this book is definitely a new favourite ...
  • Pearl Ju
    Apr 07, 2017
    If you are a woman living in Korea, I recommend reading this book in your room alone with tissues because I am positive at least once you will show tears with sympathy. Due to unconscious sexual discrimination, women bear their own wounds in their memories. Although in Korean history, ...
  • Alice Lippart
    Jul 05, 2020
    Very interesting! ...
  • Norah Una Sumner
    Apr 17, 2020
    "While offenders were in fear of losing a small part of their privilege,the victims were running the risk of losing everything." An amazing, gripping novel on what it feels to be a woman in this world where you're forced to put up with misogyny and settling for less...
  • Katie.dorny
    Sep 29, 2020
    This is just a pure RAGE read from beginning to end. Honestly and truly FUCK THE PATRIARCHY. ...
  • Kate
    Jul 22, 2020
    5/5stars This was WONDERFUL. Such an amazing exploration and discussion of the misogyny that occurs in patriarchal societies from the moment a girl is conceived until she?s an adult. This book really managed to hit the majority of problems within the topic, and although we specifi...
  • Yun
    Nov 24, 2020
    In Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982, Jiyoung recently quit her job to care full time for her newborn daughter. But something is wrong, as she starts to take on the voices of other women, both alive and dead, in her life. What follows is the account of Jiyoung's life, all that led up to that...
  • zaheerah
    Nov 14, 2019
    Through the eyes of her therapist, we follow the life of Kim Jiyoung as she experiences everyday sexism all from birth, youth and into her adulthood where she becomes a stay-at-home mother, and begins to unravel under pressure. Kim Jiyoung first came to my attention last year when a...
  • Gumble's Yard
    Feb 29, 2020
    The team leader said the report was good. It was good but it read like an article. The blurb on the front of the inside front cover of the book says Riveting, original and uncompromising, this is the most important book to have emerged from South Korea since Han Kang's &quo...
  • Hannah
    Jan 13, 2021
    I don?t have all that much to say about this book. I find its impact more interesting than the book itself: this is one of the most successful Korean books of the last decade and reading it became a political statement. The book itself is an unflinching depiction of everyday sexism, ...
  • ALet
    Oct 11, 2020
    ????? /5 This book was just amazing. It showed injustice in the world and also included real facts (statistic), while reading fiction book it made it more powerful. ...
  • Meike
    Nov 18, 2019
    This novella hit a nerve in South Korea and became one of the biggest-selling books of the new century. In it, Cho Nam-Joo tells the story of a Korean everywoman from her birth in 1982 until 2016, the year the book was published in its original Korean. Kim Ji-young experiences systemic...
  • Ieva Andriuskeviciene
    Mar 27, 2020
    1000* Shocking portrait of what it means to be a girl, woman in Korean society. I was raging, gasping and almost cried of anger. Some facts from the book: * This was the time when the government had implemented birth control policies called ?family planning? to keep population...
  • Elle
    May 24, 2020
    One of my Top Ten Books of 2020! I?ve been saving this one for a time when I could handle the impending rage-read. I don?t think anyone is ever really going to be ?ready? for this kind of patriarchal bitchslap, though, so I?m just gonna wade into it. I?d also ...
  • Helly
    Apr 14, 2020
    Outraged by a random murder of a woman by a man in Gangnam who said he committed the crime because "he had been ignored by women a lot and couldn't bear it anymore so committed the crime", Cho Nam-ju composed the novel Kim Jiyoung 1982 that sheds light on the deep rooted...
  • Henk
    Dec 19, 2020
    What it feels like for a girl, Korea (and modern world) style. Kim Jiyoung is not necessarily a separate, fleshed out character but an every woman, making this book even more poignant, being almost a documentary of life under patriarchy The job did not pay well or make a big splash i...
  • Sooyoun
    Jul 27, 2019
    Main character of this book is one year younger than me. And I am born and raise in Korea, that means a lot of her experience is very similar with my own. When I was young, I was young and naive like every other single human being so I didn?t even realize how many things are unfair ...
  • demi. ♡
    Jul 15, 2020
    ? 3.5 / 5 stars I HATE GENDER INEQUALITY. I HATE PATRIARCHAL SOCIETY. IT SUCKS AND FUCK I WANNA BURN IT DOWN!!! ???????? P.S. I truly want to give this book five stars but I just can?t, considering the writing style. I don?t know if it?...
  • JimZ
    Dec 23, 2020
    I am glad this has become an international bestseller. I suppose for many females who live in South Korea, what is in these pages is nothing much new to them. What I liked about the slim novel (163 pages) was that the husband was not portrayed in a negative light per se. He was mor...
  • Reading_ Tam_ Ishly
    Sep 18, 2020
    Just before reading this book, I was confused if it's a fiction or a non-fiction. But I did not even check because I am glad it turned out to be both! The story is fictionalized but there are facts mentioned in between with references when it comes to Korea's history of se...
  • Muthia Rahmana
    Jun 14, 2020
    Eye-catching book with a beautiful cover brought me to know more. Yup, the title is Kim Ji Young Born in 1982. From the title, I could say that it was about biography, but not. It was about how women in South Korea face Discrimination and pressure during their lives. I was so amazed. M...