Tok. Tok. Tok. That’s the sound of jegi!
When Dongje finds his friends playing jegi without him, he confronts Han, the jegi champion of Yonggol, only to find out that they don’t want to play with him because he’s the worst player. But after Dongje’s grandpa gives him a colorful jegi made out of feathers, he is shocked at how easily he picks up the game! Jealous of Dongje’s new skills, Han challenges him to a game, but is holding the title of jegi master really the most important part of playing?
From the renowned author of Let’s Play Ddakji and Let’s Play Gonggi comes the third book in the Traditional Korean Games series, Let’s Play Jegi. With the history of jegi’s origins and detailed instructions of how to play, kids will learn about this fun, fast-footwork South Korean game through an engaging story of friendship and scrapbook-style illustrations.