Part 2 of 3 The Good I was not supposed to meet her like this, not while I was still in love with with someone else. Plus, my shirt read, “I’ll flex for food.” Yet, here she was, up close and personal.
Laura Gabrielle, of Goings On in Bucheon, challenges expats in Korea to take more time to listen and learn from each other, instead of being so obsessed with themselves. There’s No I in Expat by Laura Gabrielle I’ve decided to
“A lot of those tend to blame Korea rather than themselves, ignoring the fact that many of us are able to thrive here.” -Robert Mathew Adamson Essay by Robert Matthew Adamson One of the first people I met when
Living in Korea in 2010-11 I had the peculiar feeling that the passage of time was somehow slowing. Everything I’d been told about adulthood suggested that my years would pass in an increasingly brief blink of an eye, and yet,
In 1998, the Boryeong Mud Festival was staged with the intent of promoting the health benefits of mud cosmetics. Koreans shipped mud from the Boryeong Mud Flats to the eastern coastal city of Daecheon. Since its inception, the event attracts