A Smol Space in Korea

This was my first week back to work after a two weeks vacation, and I'm comfortably writing from my kitchen. Chemex is next to me, the smell of coffee overtaking the room. That's the perfect way to start a Saturday. This week's been incredibly busy at work, but it's September, and that's where the Summer months yields to Fall, so that's to be expected. While the outside gets colder every day, there's a form of coziness that takes place that I love in September.

A few days ago, mieum wrote to me to let me know that they've finished setting up and translating a fully Korean instance of Smol Pub. I couldn't be happier to see that! Not only did mieum translate the interface, mieum also improved the manual. And while I don't understand Korean (perhaps that's the right moment for me to learn!), I can see that it even includes diagrams to explain how pages are constructed. These are great source of inspiration for me to add back into Smol Pub. So mieum, huge thank you!

Smol Space: Korean Instance of Smol Pub


Written with Smol Pub
From Dusk's End, Nightfall City