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Middle-aged Korean women are not, to be honest, a demographic we see many stories of. So this frank, unfiltered collection of interlocking tales covering the lives and loves of a group of friends, all in their mid-fifties with older children, is a welcome addition to our shelves. Based on a series of notes made for Yeong-shin Ma by his mother about the reality of life in Korea for women her age, the result is by turns funny, sad and infuriating as we follow Soyeon and her friends deal with bad partners, unreliable friends, disappointing sex, frustrating children and sexist workplaces.