Korea: The Impossible Country is an essay about the culture, politics and social situation of South Korea throughout XX and XXI centuries. This dissertation has been written by British author Daniel Tudor, correspondent from The Economist for many years and it has been translated into various languages such as Chinese, Polish, Korean or Thai.
The essay is divided into 5 chapters with different sections in which the author reviews different topics like History, traditions, music, films or the complicated relation with North Korea among many others aspects. The book has several pages printed in colour which show pictures about the different topics.
Remark: The book is written in English.