▶ Date and Venue : 3.2(Sat) 3PM/ Vroman's Bookstore (Main Store)*
* 695 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101
▶ Admission : Free (Open to public), Seats are first-come, first-served
▶ Host and Organized : Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles, Penguin Random House
Soyoung Park will discuss the new immersive book "Snowglobe" live with audience!
In conversation with the New York Times best selling author, David Yoon.
“The Hunger Games meets Squid Game in Soyoung Park's dystopian thriller Snowglobe” - Entertainment Weekly
Enclosed under a vast dome, Snowglobe is the last place on Earth that's warm. Outside Snowglobe is a frozen wasteland, and every day, citizens face the icy world to get to their jobs at the power plant, where they produce the energy Snowglobe needs. Their only solace comes in the form of twenty-four-hour television programming streamed directly from the domed city.
The residents of Snowglobe have everything: fame, fortune, and above all, safety from the desolation outside their walls. In exchange, their lives are broadcast to the less fortunate outside, who watch eagerly, hoping for the chance to one day become actors themselves.
Chobahm lives for the time she spends watching the shows produced inside Snowglobe. Her favorite Goh Around, starring Goh Haeri, Snowglobe's biggest star--and, it turns out, the key to getting Chobahm her dream life.
Because Haeri is dead, and Chobahm has been chosen to take her place. Only, life inside Snowglobe is nothing like what you see on television. Reality is a lie, and truth seems to be forever out of reach.
Translated for the first time into English from the original Korean, Snowglobe is a groundbreaking exploration of personal identity, and the future of the world as we know it. It is the winner of the Changbi X Kakaopage Young Adult Novel Award. "Snowglobe" will have a first printing of 125,000 copies and has been optioned for film by CJ Entertainment, the renowned production company behind acclaimed movies such as 'Parasite' and 'Snowpiercer'.
Soyoung Park majored in communication and media at university. She is a winner of the Original Story Award and the Changbi X Kakaopage Young Adult Novel Award. She is the author of the Snowglobe duology.
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