First Korean Translation of the Complete Works of Shakespeare Published

■ Humanities / First Korean Translation of the Complete Works of Shakespeare Published “All’s well that ends well” for honorary professor as 10 years of work finally pays off “Shakespeare is a poet. Most of his plays are written in verse. That makes him both a poet and a playwright,” says Yonsei University Department of English Language and Literature honorary professor Lee Sang-seop, who recently published the complete works of the world’s greatest playwright from England, William Shakespeare. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (셰익스피어 전집) is Korea’s first compilation of all forty-four works in one book, with 2016 marking 400 years since Shakespeare’s death. … Continue reading First Korean Translation of the Complete Works of Shakespeare PublishedRead More →