Korean Title: 자린고비
Author: Inkyung Noh
Publisher: Moonhak Dongne
136 pages | 140 * 225 mm / 301g
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About This Book
The story of the color, scent, and temperature of life unraveled by picture book writer Inkyung Noh, who has a thick fan base. Mr. Gobi, who has lived like a poor Korean restaurant since he was young. Fortunately, I found what I am better at than others earlier, so I am making money by drawing pictures. It is Mr. Zarin Gobi's principle to work faithfully, not to give his opinion in particular, and to keep the deadline accurately.
Mr. Gobi's meal is two meals a day, kimbap. They ask me to cut it as thin as possible, so I eat it as slowly as possible, one by one. Even my underwear is black. Black has the advantage of not being visible even if paint splashes. The good thing about being an adult is that there's nothing you can't wear because your clothes are small.
He walks everywhere and calculates how much money he could have saved by not taking a bus or subway when he gets to his destination. Using a basket of fruits and vegetables from the market, using a well-cooled library in summer, and using a heating tent in winter are all his wisdom and tricks.
Mr. Gobi has a partner who has worked with him for a long time. He is an editor who regularly commissions paintings from him. One day, the editor hands a pack of cherry tomatoes. With the words, "I bought too much, so let's share it."
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