A review by leotolstoy
I Want to Die but I Want to Eat Tteokbokki, by Baek Se-hee


while the transcribed conversations sometimes felt a little stilted (don't know if that was because of the translation or just the conversation itself), her reflections at the beginning/end of each chapter, and at the very end, simply floored me. i struggle with a lot of the same things that baek sehee does and this book made me feel very seen. a very different type of self-help book but one i really enjoyed and learned a lot from. i also love tteokbokki.