“Finally, after a long time of being too chicken shit to do it, I applied to the EPIK program in late 2011.” – Chris Sutcliffe Essay by Chris Sutcliffe Since graduating in 2004, (majoring in Business Computing) I got
I’m not a huge fan of K-pop, and I definitely don’t like country music. Put them together, however, and you have a more bizarre marriage than Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart – a marriage I’ll gladly watch. Don’t believe me?
What is a Hanbok? A hanbok is a traditional Korean dress. Throughout Korean history, commoners wore the hanbok and it became popularized during the celebrated Joseon Dynasty. Interestingly, the hanbok was adopted from nomadic cultures in northern Asia, so its
Tourism in Korea will explode because of one untapped resource – nature. When foreigners (non-Americans) think of New York, they think of uncompromising skyscrapers, broad avenues, plush shopping and a city that never sleeps. They, like most Americans, forget that
When westerners first move to Korea, there are several things they may find odd or funny. Exercising in an older Korean gym is the best way to amplify those situations. There is nothing superior about being a westerner, but there is also nothing wrong at laughing at
( Photos in this post have been published in numerous academic papers across the world. Scroll to the bottom for some of the best photos of the Cheonggyecheon) There tends to be confusion when people write or think about Seoul.