I came across an article on CNN about something on the rise in South Korea: loner culture. As a certification student at Yonsei University, I’ve come across the topic in my cultural studies course, but I didn’t think that the
We swagger in black, congregate, and lament over noodles coated in a syrupy black sauce that is obviously meant to resemble the inner workings of the single person’s heart. Because why else would you be single unless your heart pumps tar?
By CHASE A. CHISHOLM with JOIN CHASE Travel Journal Get more adventurous with your cycling trips in South Korea. Don’t be afraid to leave your bike for side excursions, or take it along for the ride. Being able to easily travel to
By CHASE A. CHISHOLM with JOIN CHASE Travel Journal Two days. Mostly overcast skies. Rain. Lots of low clouds and fog blanketed the surrounding mountains with calmness. Smell of watermelon. Beckoned. Fresh cobwebs. Entangled. Fishermen hid under umbrellas during the battle between rain
By CHASE A. CHISHOLM with JOIN CHASE Travel Journal It was an unusual sight, which is why I stopped. Not unusual was the group of mostly older Korean men gathered under a bridge along the bike path between Ochang and Cheongju in
“I was aware I was moving to a country where looks mattered. It was just how much looks mattered that was a shock for me.” By Ripul Sharma September 13, 2011, was first time I considered moving to a country