Everything Belongs to Us - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Yoojin Grace Wuertz
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The epilogue shifts close to Sunam’s perspective. The narrator recalls the SNU graduation of Jisun and Sunam. Namin graduated the year prior. A smoke bomb interrupted the student speaker. It was a startling event, as it had only been one year since the president’s assassination. Decades after this graduation, Sunam opens up a newspaper to learn that a new populist president has appointed Namin the minister of health. She is married to an oncologist and they live with her younger brother.

At his college graduation, Sunam ran into Jisun. They talked briefly. Both had not seen Namin, but thought of the tragedy with Dori, who apparently died the previous winter after getting sick. After graduation, Sunam went on to military service. Jisun studied economics and German literature at the University of Chicago. Namin went on to Notre Dame for graduate work and...

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