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Dr. Kim Bogook is currently in Hungary on a bilateral state scholarship. At home, he works as a research professor at Korea's over 600-year-old higher education institution, Sungkyunkwan University, at the Academy of East Asian Studies, to be precise. He is the only one at the university who completed his PhD in Central Eastern Europe, and he studies this region, too, in particular, Hungarian literature. His first Hungarian reading was 'Tóték' by István Örkény. It had such a great impact on him that he said this: “I've had, and will surely have, some life-changing moments, but one of the most crucial ones was when I met the works of István Örkény. Unfortunately, it didn’t happen in Hungary; instead, it was Örkény who guided me here and kept me here for twelve years.”

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