I just found that all five copies on sale at Kyobo Bookstore have been sold. I’ll get in touch with my contact at Kyobo and see if they’ll be ordering more copies and when they will be coming in. In the meantime, people in Korea who would like to buy the paperback will either have to buy the paperback directly from Amazon (which will be pricey due to international shipping costs) or settle with reading the e-book. I still highly recommend reading the e-book* because it’s far cheaper (and the royalties I get are actually higher).
* You do not need a Kindle to read the book. You can read the e-book on your computer, tablet, or phone by downloading the Kindle Reading App for free. The link is on the right-hand side of the Amazon page for the book.
** Another option is to ask someone with an APO (Army Post Office) address to order the paperback for you. That’s what I did.