Killing Commendatore (Korean Edition) 기사단장 죽이기 by 무라카미 하루키
The Korean translation of Haruki Murakami's latest novel, Kishidanchōgoroshi(Killing Commendatore), came out on July 12, five months after its Japanese premiere. The translator is Hong Eun-Ju, and the publisher is Munhakdongne Publishing Group.
The novel relates the story of an unnamed 36-year-old portrait artist living in Tokyo. When his wife, Yuzu, suddenly wants a divorce and admits she’s been seeing someone else, he clears his schedule and goes on a month-long road trip to Hokkaido and Tohoku before settling in a house on the top of a mountain in rural Odawara, Kanagawa Prefecture, where he plans to paint for himself for the first time in years rather than taking portrait work.
Product DetailsPaperback: 568p / 600p
Author: Haruki Murakami
Publisher: Moonhakdongne (2017)
ISBN: 9788954646123 / 9788954646130