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TV 32-inch Sensy, Excellent condition 20,000

Sun, 2021-07-04 13:25
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: Haeundae-Marine cityContact person by email

Has 2 HDMI, 1 computer and an usb inputs-including regular inputs. Works great as a second monitor with my laptop.

010 4078 5212

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English Tutor

Sun, 2021-07-04 02:47
Classified Ad Type: Neighborhood: Cheonan siContact person by email

I'm an English instructor from England, United Kingdom.
My English is natural and understanding
I have been living in south Korea for awhile teaching English,

My name is Eddie, an Englishman living in Cheonan City.

My teaching rate (per student)  50,000 won (per hour)

if your interested in the English language i am here to help.

for more information contact me anytime.


Email: eng.lang17@gmail.com
Text: 01056382223

저는 영국 잉글랜드에서 온 영어 강사입니다.
내 영어는 자연스럽고 이해력이 있습니다
저는 한국에서 한동안 영어를 가르쳤습니다.

제 이름은 천안시에 사는 영국인 에디입니다.

내 수업료 (학생당) 50,000 원 (시간당)

영어에 관심이 있으시면 제가 도와 드리겠습니다.

자세한 내용은 언제든지 저에게 연락하십시오.

이메일: eng.lang17@gmail.com
텍스트: 01056382223

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Cort Guitar/Vox Amp Set

Sat, 2021-07-03 14:52
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: Buam/SeomyunContact person by email

Yet another thing I probably shouldn't try to move with

Cort g200dx guitar, used for home practice only so basically in perfect shape  
vox pathfinder 10 amp, 10w solid state 

Included accesories: soft case, stand, cable, extra strings, tremolo arm 

Asking for 200k but will entertain reasonable offers 

Contact by email or text 010-3221-9979

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Sat, 2021-07-03 14:43
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: HwamyeongContact person by email

20,000 WON - Working oven - will cook up to 250 degrees C. Comes with carry bag. I am based in Hwamyeong and it's small enough to take on the subway without any problems.

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[Live Class] Wonnie School 1-1

Fri, 2021-07-02 23:17

Instagram     YouTube

Hi 안녕하세요 I'm Won!
I hope this channel is helpful

Private Korean lesson (Conversation, Pronunciation, Writing etc)
You can check more detail on my Instagram page

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Learn Korean Ep. 121: “And then” ~서

Fri, 2021-07-02 13:07

It's Keykat's turn to do some cleaning for a change. I hope she can do a good job, as there's dust everywhere and the floors are dirty.

The ~서 form is commonly used to mean "because," but it also has another common usage when combined with action verbs to mean "and then." This form can be used to mean that the second action (whatever is used after this form) happens immediately after the first action (whatever this form is attached to).

Also make sure to get your free PDF version of this lesson (and every lesson in the "Learn Korean" series) by clicking the download link right below this video~!

Click here to download a free PDF of this lesson!

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Korean Webtoon – All you need to know about digital comics

Fri, 2021-07-02 09:25

Have you ever read a Korean webtoon before? Korean webtoons are like comic books but entirely digital; in short, they’re digital comics. They’ve become much more popular among Koreans than traditional comic books. They’ve grown to be a big industry with even global success and Netflix deals getting made.

One of the most exciting factors of a Korean webtoon is that a new “episode” is published weekly. In comparison, you’d get a new issue of a comic book available to you only once a month.

What is a webtoon?

The word webtoon derives from the words “web” and “cartoon.” They are entirely digital, most commonly published on Naver and Daum, the top search engines in South Korea. You can access them directly on the website, or you can download an app for it.

Is Webtoon popular in Korea?

Korean webtoons are extremely popular in Korea in the market, especially with younger generations. Some factors contributing to its popularity are the accessibility and communication available for the readers to the webtoon artists. But above all, reading Korean webtoons is entertaining!

Why would you enjoy reading a Korean webtoon?

There are multiple reasons why you would enjoy reading a Korean webtoon! For example…

1) They are a great additional source for finessing your Korean language skills. Even if you cannot instantly understand everything written down, the visual images will aid in knowing the context.

2) Korean Webtoons are easy to read anywhere, anytime. Because you can access them straight from your phone, you don’t need to burden yourself with a book or a Kindle in your bag. Reading Korean webtoons is a great way to unwind on study breaks or while traveling in public transportation.

3) Korean Webtoons are visualized awesomely, just like how art in comics would be but in a wholly digital form.

4) Korean Webtoons are not heavy on words. The dialogues aren’t complicated or rambling, and, again, the visual images are always there to give you the context clearly.

5) You get to choose how fast or slow you read it. If you’re reading a caption five times before you’re ready to move on, that’s okay, and you’re in full control to do so.

6) They tell stories about Korean culture. Like Korean dramas and movies, you’ll learn more about South Korea and Korean culture through webtoons.

7) Korean Webtoons are entertaining! And for that simple reason, you’d enjoy reading them. Many favorite Korean webtoons have also been made into movies and dramas, doubling the fun of consuming them.

What is the most famous Webtoon?

It may be impossible to point to a single webtoon as there are incredibly many options for you to choose from when choosing great Korean webtoons. They come in all shapes and sizes today, meaning there are various genres and stories to choose from. But to help narrow down your options, we’ve included below a few that are especially popular or we otherwise think could offer you a great experience to the readers and fans.

Along with the Gods (신과 함께 ㅣ singwa hamkke)

This Korean webtoon is especially intriguing as it has a structure of three different stories, each of which are released separately, taking place in their own world. The first story focuses on the underworld, the second one takes place in the world of the living, and the third story tells you about the gods. Two movies have been made of this webtoon, making each movie popular up to this date!

Misaeng (미생)

The English translation of misaeng (미생) would be “Incomplete life.” It tells the story of Jang Geurae, who after failing at his first career, begins working in an office, despite having no qualifications for the job. His story depicts many different aspects of a regular office worker’s life in Korea. That’s why this Korean webtoon became so popular a TV series starring the Kpop idol Im Siwan from ZE:A was created, also reaching explosive popularity among viewers.

Lookism (외모지상주의 ㅣ oemojisangjuui)

Lookism is an interesting story of a school student who is often regarded as the ugliest student in his school. However, his life changes entirely when he happens to acquire a second body, of someone who is seemed incredibly handsome, even perfect. This high school student then can change between his two bodies by going to sleep, leading him into interesting situations.

Noblesse (노블레스 ㅣ nobeulleseu)

At the center of Noblesse, a fantasy Korean webtoon is a character named Rai, who has to start attending present-day high school after 820 years in slumber. Not only does he have to navigate the life of an ordinary high school student, but he continues to find himself in the middle of various adventures.

True Beauty (여신강림 ㅣ yeosingangnim)

This romance Korean webtoon tells the story of a shy teenage girl who becomes a pretty girl sensation in her school overnight after mastering the art of make-up by binge-watching several online beauty videos. Now she has to keep her true identity a secret and worries whether the cute guy she has her eyes on could handle knowing who she truly is. The Korean drama version of this webtoon is as entertaining to watch!

My Secret Brother (말할 수 없는 남매 ㅣ malhal su eomneun nammae)

On her very first day of starting at a new school, Hanmi tells a lie for the sake of getting somebody’s attention. Unfortunately, she had not thought of how far that lie would carry. And now she’s finding herself in a situation where the whole school thinks she’s dating Junhyuk. The problem in the story is, Junhyuk is actually her brother!

My ID is Gangnam Beauty! (신의 탑 ㅣ nae IDneun gangnammiin)

Another Korean webtoon that has also been turned into a Korean drama series, at the focus of this story is a young woman named Kang Mirae. Because she has received humiliation due to her appearance, she decides to have plastic surgery. However, at university, she now ends up being ridiculed for that plastic surgery. Over the course of the webtoon, she journeys on to find and build her self-esteem, and perhaps even romance? This popular webtoon has gained popularity and has been adapted as a Korean drama.

Tower of God (신의 탑ㅣsin ui tap)

This story revolves around Twenty-Fifth Bam, a boy who spent most of his life alone in an enclosed structure called “The Tower” until he met a friend, Rachel. She has already decided to climb up the Tower, even if it means leaving Bam behind. He soon follows Rachel towards the top of the Tower, and he eventually learns things about himself along the way.

Tales of the Unusual (기기괴괴 | gigigoegoe)

If you’re a fan of the horror genre comics, you’ll surely love this. This webtoon features stories of characters experiencing different events, most of which are unusual and related to urban legends, paranormal experiences, and supernatural phenomena. A Japanese TV series was also created based on this webtoon.

Where can I read Korean Webtoons?

Now that you have a list of Korean webtoons to read, here are some websites that you can check out for the best webtoons available. These are also available in English, so navigating through these platforms will be easy.

Top Websites to Find Korean Webtoons in English

There are a few central sites from where you can find these Korean webtoon series to read.

Naver Webtoon – One of the original sites from where the journey of the Korean webtoon industry started.

Daum Webtoon – Daum Webtoon is another popular webtoon platform where most Korean webtoons were first published at.

KakaoPage – KakaoTalk’s own webtoon platform for Korean webtoons and more.

Toomics – A great resource for finding popular webtoons in English.

Lezhin Comics – Lezhin comics is another excellent site for reading Korean webtoons in English.

Naver Webtoon

iOS | Android

Naver Webtoon is considered one of the sites that started Korean webtoons and was launched in Korea in 2004. In 2014, the brand was launched on a global scale as LINE Webtoon. Naver is also the largest platform in Korea when it comes to webtoons.

Since Naver Webtoon is also available in different languages, it’s also labeled differently in some countries. Naver Webtoon is called “Webtoon” in languages such as English, French, Indonesian, Spanish, Thai, and German. However, in Japanese, it’s called “LINE Manga,” while in Chinese, they’re “Dongman Manhua” and “Webtoon.”

Fans of Korean webtoons find it easy to navigate this platform even on their phones. They have an app that you can use to either download the webtoon for offline use or view it online. The best part about this is readers can access it for free!

Korean Webtoon Genres

There are several webtoon genres available that you can read, depending on your preference. We have listed the common ones that you’ll see along with the titles of some popular webtoons in these genres.

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Korean Webtoon Romance

This genre usually depicts stories between two main characters who are attracted to each other. A romance genre is often paired with another genre like drama, comedy, or fantasy. Some popular webtoons under this genre are True Beauty, Love Olympus, and Cheese in the Trap.

Korean Webtoon Horror

Another popular webtoon genre is horror. Even if a webtoon is not animated or doesn’t have the sound effects in a movie, it can still be terrifying. Tales of the Unusual and Sweet Home are horror webtoons that you must read if you love horror. Sweet Home also even has a Korean series adaptation that you can watch on Netflix.

Korean Webtoon Slice 0f Life

Compared to other genres like fantasy or horror, or even some scenes that you can find in romance webtoons, a slice of life genre tends to be more simple with relatable events and characters. Since readers can relate to it, it naturally becomes popular to many too. Some must-read webtoons under this genre are My Giant Nerd Boyfriend and Blue Chair.

Korean Webtoon Comedy

Webtoons bring a huge deal of entertainment, especially ones that make you laugh out loud! Webtoons such as Adventures of God and Cursed Princess Club are ones you should check out if you want a good laugh.

Korean Webtoon Fantasy

Fantasy genres bring you to a whole other world just by reading. These webtoons are usually exciting because you’ll never know what will happen. Everything is possible, definitely. If you want an escape from real life, you can check out Tower of God and Noblesse.

Korean Webtoons vs. Japanese Manga

Both Korean webtoons and Japanese manga bring entertainment to their readers through stories with amazing visual art. But what makes them different? First, Korean webtoons are mostly accessible on the web only. This means that there are no printed copies available unless artists make a deal with a publishing company. On the other hand, Japanese mangas are more traditional and are normally printed but are also becoming available digitally in recent years.

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Another noticeable difference between the two is their reading format. Korean webtoons are in a vertical format, so you will be scrolling downwards as you progress. The reason behind this is to make it easy to read on the phone – plus, their digital format makes it easier to carry along than a book. Japanese manga is read from right to left, so the first page is at the usual last page of a book.

Lastly, some Korean webtoons and Japanese mangas may also have adaptations. Normally, Korean webtoons are adapted as Korean dramas or movies, while mangas have their own version of anime adaptations.

Have you ever read a Korean webtoon before? You might have come across one first from platforms like Daum Webtoon or Lezhin Comics. If not, which sites have you read webtoons from? What did you think of them? Let us know below in the comments! If you would like to discover some more Korean popular media, check out our recommendations on Kpop, Kdramas, and Korean movies.

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'GIANT' bike for sale! Mens bike

Thu, 2021-07-01 21:48
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: GwanganContact person by email

'GIANT' bike for sale. 

Black & red. 

As many gears as you'll need! 8x3

Shimano shifter.

Comes with variety of accessories: Helmet, pump, lights, heavy duty lock, a bell...

Price reduced.. 180,000w

Pick up from Gwanganli

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Korean classes in July!

Thu, 2021-07-01 08:14
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: pnu haeundae seomyon ksu bsu jangsanContact person by email

Busan's Korean Language Institute For Foreigners (KLIFF) is offering classes for everyone.  Make a change by learning Korean this season.  The teachers at KLIFF can help!

Think it takes a year to speak Korean well?  Think again!  In just a  month we can get you speaking with the locals! 

KLIFF is located in two convenient locations: PNU and Haeundae. 

We have as many as 9 levels of Korean ability for you to choose from.  We also offer special lectures targeted toward the Korean proficiency test.

We're open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and available Sunday, too!

Questions or need directions?  Feel free to call us any time at 010-9108-6594, or email to jennakang@hanmail.net.  You can also check us out at www.kliff.co.kr
See the map below to our PNU location, call or see our website for Haeundae classes.


Busan's Korean Language Institute For Foreigners (KLIFF) is offering classes for everyone.  Make a change by learning Korean this season.  The teachers at KLIFF can help!

Think it takes a year to speak Korean well?  Think again!  In just a  month we can get you speaking with the locals! 

KLIFF is located in two convenient locations: PNU and Haeundae. 

We have as many as 9 levels of Korean ability for you to choose from.  We also offer special lectures targeted toward the Korean proficiency test.

We're open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and available Sunday, too!

Questions or need directions?  Feel free to call us any time at 010-9108-6594, or email to jennakang@hanmail.net.  You can also check us out at www.kliff.co.kr
See the map below to our PNU location, call or see our website for Haeundae classes.

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Kia Morning Turbo

Thu, 2021-07-01 03:37
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: Gonguptop Contact person by email


Front and rear brakes

Aftermarket Shocks and Springs

Santa Fe Turbo with all plumbing and BOV

Hyundai Porter Intercooler

Visto turbo clutch with stock 5 speed manual transmission 

full exhaust (quiet)

Near new tires all around 

Super comfortable seats and cool audio system.

Hi-pass included 

Everything is certified and it passed inspection recently.

Runs perfect has a conservative tune at 0.5 bar on regular gas. Drove to Daegu and back to Ulsan with no issues. 

Around 190,000km but engine has been rebuilt recently by previous owner.

Most parts used are Hyundai Mobis quality parts

Free change of ownership, half price tolls, 40k for annual registration and the fuel economy of this pocket rocket makes it a lot of fun for little money. Selling as I am running out of space to park my cars.

Asking 2.5 Million

010 four 684-1765

I don't check pms on Korea bridge

No offers and I don't really care if it sells!

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Gwaebul – Large Buddhist Banner Painting: 괘불

Thu, 2021-07-01 00:18
A Replica of the Hanging Painting of Janggoksa Temple (National Treasure #300) Introduction

In yet another post about Korean Buddhist temple artwork, I thought I would discuss the Gwaebul, which is a “Large Buddhist Banner Painting” in English. So where can you find this rarely seen piece of temple artwork? What does it look like? And why do you find it at a Korean Buddhist temple?

The Gwaebul

A “Gwaebul – 괘불” is a large hanging mural that can be over fifteen metres in height and ten metres in width. Gwaebul are rarely seen, as they are typically only put on display once a year during Buddha’s Birthday festivities. At some temples, a Gwaebul is only put on display once every ten years during these festivities.

The production of Gwaebul became a large expense and effort not only for the temple but for the community. As a result, the rituals performed at local temples served to address, through the visual aid and support of the Gwaebul, to deal with local, rather than national, concerns. For example, the feeding of locals and the rain required to grow crops (more on that later from the Gwaebul at Geumdangsa Temple).

A replica of the Hanging Painting of Geumdangsa Temple (K.T. #1266).

The oldest Gwaebul still in existence dates back to 1622 at Jukrimsa Temple in Naju, Jeollanam-do. In comparison to other Gwaebul, it’s rather small and simple in composition. This Gwaebul depicts a lone Seokgamoni-bul image making the mudra of “Touching the Earth.”

In total, there were twenty-three Gwaebul made during the 17th century. There were an additional twenty-two made during the 18th century. And there were thirteen subsequent Gwaebul painted in the 19th century, followed by four more during the early part of the 20th century.

These hanging murals are typically quite large in size. The reason for their amazing size is that they are meant to be put on display outdoors during large gatherings that would commonly attract several hundreds, to even thousands, of people. These large crowds of worshipers would help raise funds for the temple. The Gwaebul is hung from tall support poles in the main temple courtyard. And when a Gwaebul isn’t being used for special festivities, they are folded up and stored inside a temple shrine hall. Most typically, they are housed somewhere inside the main hall; and usually, under the main altar.

Gwaebul Design

Because of the Gwaebul’s large size, it’s typically filled with a lot of intricate designs and details. Traditionally, a large Buddha is the dominating central figure in the hanging painting. This Buddha is then surrounded by various Bodhisattvas, Nahan (The Historical Disciples of the Buddha), and various guardians like the Sacheonwang (The Four Heavenly Kings). These images are often depicting a scene from an important sutra. The central Buddha is typically Seokgamoni-bul (The Historical Buddha), Amita-bul (The Buddha of the Western Paradise), or even Gwanseeum-bosal (The Bodhisattva of Compassion) in some rare cases. The earliest Gwaebul hanging paintings often depict the Assembly at Vulture Peak, as they were meant to represent the Buddha, Seokgamoni-bul, in a contemporary world. In this style of painting, Seokgamoni-bul is seen preaching the Lotus Sutra.

A modern Gwaebul at Tongdosa Temple in Yangsan, Gyeongsangnam-do. A closer look at this amazing painting.

Historically, early Gwaebul hanging paintings are quite crowded in style and composition. These Gwaebul more closely resembled altar paintings (taenghwa) of “The Sermon on Vulture Peak Painting, or “Yeongsan Hoesang-do: 영산 회상도” in Korean. Starting in the 18th century, Gwaebul became taller and simpler in design. A great example of this can be found at Tongdosa Temple with the Hanging Painting of Tongdosa Temple (Sakyamuni Buddha), which is Korean Treasure #1350. The Gwaebul at Tongdosa Temple was painted in 1767. In this style of later century Gwaebul, the single image of Seokgamoni-bul has a dual purpose as a protector and a teacher.

Gwaebul Examples

In total, there are seven Gwaebul that are National Treasures. These include the Hanging Painting of Chiljangsa Temple (N.T. #296); the Hanging Painting of Ansimsa Temple (N.T. #297); the Hanging Painting of Gapsa Temple (N.T. #298); the Hanging Painting of Sinwonsa Temple (N.T. #299); the Hanging Painting of Janggoksa Temple (N.T. #300); the Hanging Painting of Hwaeomsa Temple (N.T. #301); and the Hanging Painting of Cheonggoksa Temple (N.T. #302).

In addition to these seven National Treasures, there are forty-seven other Gwaebul that are Korean Treasures, and an additional eight Gwaebul that are National Registered Cultural Heritage. Of these Korean Treasures, the Gwaebul from Geumdangsa Temple in Jinan, Jeollabuk-do, that was first painted in 1682, is especially beautiful. Legend states of this Gwaebul that villagers performed rituals in front of it and rain fell, which successfully ended a long standing drought in the region. The Gwaebul at Geumdangsa Temple, which is officially known as Hanging Painting of Geumdangsa Temple, is Korean Treasure #1266.

A Gwaebul from Heungguksa Temple in Goyang, Gyeonggi-do which can be found in Seoul at the National Museum of Korea. —


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Recliner Chair, 40 000

Wed, 2021-06-30 14:55
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: Haeundae-Marine cityContact person by email

Extremely comfortable, has some scratches on the back otherwise it is in great shape.

Must be able to come up and take it. 

010 4078 5212

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Sofa 30 000, Pillows & Black Sofa Table Included

Wed, 2021-06-30 14:07
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: Haeundae-Marine cityContact person by email

There are some scratches on the sofa, and it is faded. Must be able to pick up. Pillows included. 

Sofa table has a few scratches otherwise it is in good shape.

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University Living Accommodation Pvt. Ltd.

Wed, 2021-06-30 11:54
Location: Business/Organization Type: Website: https://www.universityliving.com/united-states/davis

University Living is a global student housing marketplace that helps international students find the best place to stay near university campuses around the world. Currently, the platform offers 1 Mn beds in 15K properties across 203 international education hubs in the UK, USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, and UAE. Students can consult a 24/7 support team of accommodation experts to discover, compare and book value-for money accommodation based on their budget, desired location, and other personal preferences. All properties featured on the website have been verified either by us or our partners to ensure a 100% safe student living experience.

Started in January, 2015 by two former roommates with twenty years of industry experience between them, the AI and ML enabled platform has grown to assist 1,50,000 students across 900 universities in five years. Winning the Economic Times' Power of Ideas was the highlight of a truly spectacular debut year. In 2016, we kept that momentum going as one of the Ten Best Start-Ups rewarded by IIIT-Delhi, won the BigB Plan organized by Espark-Viridian Accelerator in association with Headstart Network Foundation, and were officially recognized by Startup India. The following year, the founders, Saurabh Arora and Mayank Maheshwari, were featured on CNBC Tie the Knot as future industry leaders.
In May 2018, we launched a brand new website to offer a superior, customised, and seamless user journey. Two months later, we secured pre-Series A funding led by IAN (Indian Angel Network) and LetsVenture. This newly raised capital was used for technological advancements, market expansion, and talent recruitment.

2019 has been University Living’s biggest year yet. The platform’s 3000X growth story was featured in Business Standard. The organisation also grabbed headlines in other leading publications, including India Today, The Asian Age, The Financial Express, BW People, The Tribune, Quartz India, E27, to name a few. Besides, the organisation appeared on the Top 10 Start-Ups to Watch for in 2019 list by CEO Insights magazines and won the Best Company for Student Accommodation at the Global Leaders Awards 2019 powered by Times Now. Most recently, the platform has rolled out a new version of the website with an integrated payment gateway and improved UI/UX for an elevated user experience.

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Preloved books by Haruki Murakami

Wed, 2021-06-30 09:24
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: PNU / OncheonjangContact person by email

A couple of Haruki Murakami's books for sale. Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage is in a very good shape (9.000 krw), whereas A Wild Sheep Chase, admittedly, hasn't been spared by time *sigh* (5.000 krw).


Please note that the neighborhood might be updated later due to me relocating to a different area.

Otherwise, feel free to reach out! A picture of the books is attached for your reference.

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