Robert Lauler

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Robert Lauler is the translator for Buckle Down: How I Invented South Korea’s First Automobile Engine (forthcoming May 2020) written by Dr. Hyun-Soon Lee. He has been a Korean-English translator for the past ten years. He has a BA in Korean Language and Literature from the University of Washington and a MA in Korean Studies from Seoul National University. Robert translates scholarly articles, poems, and books covering a wide range of topics. Lauler is based in Seoul, South Korea.


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