Hello, Coven! This week we’re coming at you with a discussion of Wicked Fox by Kat Cho. We really enjoyed reading some urban fantasy that took place in South Korea. What are your thoughts about this book?
We’re a bit light on notes, because we actually stuck to the book more than usual!
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- K watched Itaewon Class to get ready to talk about this book and get more familiar with K-dramas
- J recommends Explained episode on K-pop
- Healthcare in South Korea
- The sequel, Viscous Spirits, is out now, and we can’t wait to read it!
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