In the 52nd issue of the International Journal of Language and Literature, published in Korea, a special issue called "Journey to Karabakh in Azerbaijani literature" was given ample space. This is the first step towards the promotion of Azerbaijani literature in Korea, and it is possible within the framework of the joint cooperation of the Azerbaijan Diaspora Support Fund (executive director Ekram Abdullayev) with the Korean International Language and Literature Association (president Gang Song Jin) on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Azerbaijan and Korea and the year of Shusha. The head of the project is Zeynab Sabirli, the author of the idea and the translator of the articles into Korean is Leyla Masimli.
Five articles were included in the special issue, three of which were written by Khazar University employees.
In the article by professor, academician Hamlet Isakhanli, the founder of Khazar University, the chairman of the Board of Directors and Trustees, entitled "Armenians in the literature of Karabakh and Azerbaijan", folklore and Azerbaijani literature of the 19th-20th centuries were involved in the research. It is noted that in classical Azerbaijani literature and folklore, there are no derogatory ideas against other peoples, including Armenians, but on the contrary, neighborliness, friendship, and cooperation with them are promoted.
In the article entitled "Karabakh Discourse in Prose" by Associate Professor Dilbar Zeynalova, head of the Department of Languages and Literatures, Hamlet Isakhanli's work "My Karabakh or the Karabakh Knot" is studied and it is emphasized that it brought a new poetic-publicistic intonation to Azerbaijani prose and gave impetus to the development of documentary prose.
The article by Aynur Gazanfarghizi, the lecturer of the Department of Languages and Literatures, entitled "The influence of folklore on the creation of literature and philosophical thought - on the basis of texts collected from Karabakh", investigates the influence of folklore texts on the works of the authors from Karabakh - N. Vazirov, A. Hagverdiyev, Y. V. Chamanzaminli, U.Hajibeyli.
The special edition is important in terms of recognition and study of Azerbaijani literature in Korea.