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Young-in Lee did not aspire to become a writer from the beginning but started as just a book-lover. He was interested in history and mythology as a child but came to enjoy stories based on natural sciences with time. During school years he read works on time travel and became curious about the structure. While more questions emerged with time, he saw news of a SF contest on the Internet, wrote a novel about the structure of time travel entitled The Fourth World (네 번째 세계), which won the first Korea Science Literature Award and made his debut as a writer.
Young-in actually does not have a preference for a certain genre and loves almost all kinds of stories. He is particularly fond of stories that present a realistic depiction of things that he had not imagined, works that feature themes difficult to think of in daily life, and stories that feature events created by harmonious interactions between the structural basis and the writer’s value system. SF is a genre that can best convey all these characteristics, which made him prefer SF and orient himself towards it.
Bio-bibliography written by Young-in Lee, edited by Myung-hoon Bae, translated by Bora Chung.
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