A South Korean military parade in 1973 honouring president Park Chung-hee, whose rigid, conservative nation serves as the stark backdrop in Everything Belongs to Us.

Book review: Everything Belongs to Us – story of elite university students in post-war Korea and their personal struggles

Yoojin Grace Wuertz’s debut novel follows the lives of a group of Seoul National University students in the late 1970s, when South Korea had forsaken personal liberties for economic growth

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A South Korean military parade in 1973 honouring president Park Chung-hee, whose rigid, conservative nation serves as the stark backdrop in Everything Belongs to Us.
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