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In his tenth year as a solution consultant at Samsung SDS, the author once thought, "Just a bit more experience, and then I'll switch careers or start my own venture." A decade slipped by. The universal question arose: "While everyone moves forward—switching jobs, starting businesses, even marrying—am I stuck?" After much contemplation, he concluded that even periods of stagnation have their own value. Through his stories, he hopes readers find comfort, laughter, and tears, and that this book helps everyone discover their own meaning in the career maze.
E Jisung has been writing since 1993. He has published more than thirty books in various fields such as education, self-improvement, and humanities. His works include The Attic Full of Dreams, Lead by Reading, Eight, Eight:Think, Thinking Humanities, Twenty Years Old, Never Lose, Japanese,
and Korean. His books have been translated and published in the United States, China, Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam, and Indonesia.
“In March of my twentieth year, I dreamed of becoming a writer. When everyone around me ignored and laughed at me, the books in the library supported my dream. Fourteen years later, I wrote The Dreaming Attic to share with the world the R=VD that all dreamers have in common. It went from
bestseller to bestseller, but it wasn't always that way. But I never gave up. Instead, I dreamed more vividly. And my dream to become a bestselling author came true at an amazing pace.”
He has over 200k followers on YouTube and one of important political/ humanity writer in Korea.
Shinji Kim is a South Korean essayist. In 2018, she published Joahaneun geol joahaneun ge chwimi (좋아하는 걸 좋아하는 게 취미Liking What I Like is a Hobby) and attracted the attention of readers. She has been a magazine editor for a long time, and she documents the meaning of her everyday life.
Essay collection Joahaneun geol joahaneun ge chwimi (좋아하는 걸 좋아하는 게 취미Liking What I Like is a Hobby) (2018)
Oneurui hal illyeok (오늘의 할 일력 Page-A-Day Calendar for What To Do Today) (2020)
After graduating from Korea University College of Medicine, record the moments of treating people with chronic mental illnesses at a psychiatric hospital located on the outskirts of the city.
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