Andrés Felipe Solano is the author of the novels Sálvame, Joe Louis, Los hermanos Cuervo and Cementerios de neón. He also published Salario mínimo, an essay about his experience as a factory worker for six months. Corea, apuntes desde la cuerda floja, a non-fiction book about his life in South Korea, received the 2016 Premio Biblioteca de Narrativa Colombiana prize and was translated in 2018 into Korean. His work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, McSweeney's, Words Without Borders and Freeman's. He was featured in Granta 113: The Best of Young Spanish-language Novelists. He currently lives in Seoul.