The best-selling Korean novel, marketed as “a Korean Charlotte’s Web,” loses something in translation by ELAINE CHA. The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly by Sun-mi Hwang, Chi-Young Kim (Translation), Nomoco (Illustrations) ePUB | Fantasy | 1.8 MB A Korean Charlotte's Web More than 2 million copies sold This is the story of a hen named Sprout. Upon its publication in 2000, The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly became an instant classic, remaining on bestseller lists for ten years, selling over 2 million copies, and inspiring the highest-grossing animated film in Korean history. The book, which has been on the bestsellers list in Korea for a long time, has been adapted to a film, a Page 4/10. Now the novel is making its way around the world, where it has the potential to inspire generations of readers the way Jonathan Livingston Seagull or The Alchemist have. Now the novel is making its way around the world, where it has the potential to inspire generations of readers the way Jonathan Livingston Seagull or The Alchemist have. The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly concerns Sprout, a chicken that has spent her life in a tiny coop on an industrial farm, laying eggs that are quickly taken away and sold. The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly by Sun-mi Hwang, Chi-Young Kim (Translation), Nomoco (Illustrations) ePUB | Fantasy | 1.8 MB A Korean Charlotte's Web More than 2 million copies sold This is the story of a hen named Sprout. The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly is a novella I wanted to love. An anthem for freedom, individuality and motherhood featuring a plucky, spirited heroine who rebels against the tradition-bound world of the barnyard, The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly is a novel of universal resonance that also opens a window on Korea, where it has captivated millions of readers. The author said in an interview that she had based her book around her farmer father's sad and struggling life. The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly is South Korean writer Sun-mi Hwang’s most popular book. The central character is a chicken who calls herself Sprout -- a name she gave herself, "the best name in the world" because of what it suggests, which reflects her aspirations: "Sprout wanted to do something with her life". No longer content to lay eggs on command, only to have them carted of It has also been adapted into a comic book, a play, and a musical, and has been translated into 27 languages. The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly is South Korean writer Sun-mi Hwang’s most popular book. The book, which has been on the bestsellers list in Korea for a long time, has been adapted to a film, a play, a musical and a comic book, and has also been translated into many languages. 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