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SHORT BIO

Kat Cho is the New York Times and international bestselling author of the Gumiho duology and Once Upon a K-Prom. She loves to incorporate her Korean heritage in her writing, especially if it involves describing food. She likes anything that encourages nerding out, including reading, K-dramas, K-pop and anime. Find her at KatChoWrites.com or say hi on TikTok and Instagram @katchowrites

LONG BIO

Kat Cho used to hide books under the bathroom sink and then sneak in there to read after bedtime. Her parents pretended not to know. This helped when she decided to write a dinosaur time-travel novel at the tender age of nine. Sadly, that book was not published. She currently lives in NYC and spends her free time trying to figure out what kind of puppy to adopt. Kat is the New York Times and international bestselling author of the Gumiho duology and Once Upon a K-Prom. Find her at KatChoWrites.com or say hi on TikTok and Instagram @katchowrites

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FAQ'S

 I am a Korean American author who finds a lot/too much/just enough inspiration in K-dramas.

I worked in cancer research in my previous life.

 

I was the co-host of the Write or Die podcast where we interview writers and talk about their long (often difficult) journeys to publication!

 

I am represented by the amazing Beth Phelan at Gallt & Zacker.

For more about my books go here.

Sorry, but I cannot introduce you to my agent or editor. For advice on how to query and submit your work, go to my writing resources page.

If you'd like me to blurb your upcoming book, please reach out to my agent.

If you'd like me to speak at your event or school or to request an interview, please reach out to my agent or publicist (see my contact page).

You can sign up for my newsletter, READICULOUS MUSINGS, here: eepurl.com/dqylFD

Click HERE for some reading recommendations.

I don’t have a favorite K-drama; it’s way too hard to choose.

But here’s a list of K-Dramas I’ve watched and liked!

 

I also don’t have a favorite Kpop group. But the first Kpop groups/singers I loved were H.O.T., BoA and SG Wannabe. Here’s a pretty extensive list of K-Pop songs I’ve liked over the years:

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