eBooks Flying High in Korea

The Korean e-book market grew more than five times last year. It stood at an estimated 10 billion won, which is equivalent to 9 million US dollars in 2010, but that number jumped to a staggering 45 million US dollars last year.

“I wanted to read books while I commute, but paper books are too heavy to carry, and I sometimes forgot to bring them with me. Smart phones are too small to read on. But with an e-book reader, I can read many books whenever I want.” – Korean student

And ebooks sales in Korean are expected to at least double, or even triple this year if analysts are correct.

Read the full story about Korean ebook sales –  with interviews


Rich Nilsen is the author of "Sleep Great for Life." He is the President and founder of All Star Press, an independent book publisher out of Tarpon Springs, FL. The mission is to help authors get their work published in both print and the latest e-book technologies, and help those aspiring authors promote their work successfully to the right audiences.

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