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Wanderings in Korea and All Over

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Korea’s War Memorial Museum

[...] monument, depicting a true story of two brothers who fought on opposite sides of the Korean war and reunited by chance on the battlefield. Inside the Two Brother monument, a dedication to all [...]

Seodaemun Prison History Hall

[...] led to Korea’s liberation from Japan in 1945. Soon after they had to deal with the Korean war from 1950-1953 and it wasn’t until then that Korea could really start to rebuild their [...]

Family Life in Korea

[...] friends tell me, their grandfathers are the last of the old generation who fought in the Korean war in the 1950s. These men are often noted as the strong, silent type who have seen so much [...]

New Shanghai: Passing Through Pudong

[...] across the Huangpu River to “New Shanghai.” A quick ride through the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel for 70 CNY ( round-trip [...]

The Bund: If Walls Could Talk

[...] for next week’s article when I take a walk through “new Shanghai” on the other side of the Huangpu River. [...]

The Scams of Shanghai

[...] because they were sick of being scammed for money at every turn. Night strolling by the Huangpu river. Advice from my future travel agent Jodie is to keep your accessories low-key when shopping [...]

Expats and Elites on Film

[...] Cinema last Friday to a full audience and received warm reception. Both shorts were filmed in South Korea and directed by an American in Korea, Kevin Lambert. The View From Here The night kicked off [...]

Jinju Lantern Festival!

[...] and my friends and I were excited to explore one of the most popular festivals in South Korea. The gang at the fortress gates. Light-up ears were used as tracking devices to find each [...]

Getting My Black Belt in Hapkido

[...] As most of you Dear Readers know, one of my main goals upon returning to South Korea was to give the martial art known as hapkido a try. When I was here last time, I tried my hand [...]

Family Life in Korea

[...] like westerners? Or is South Korea somewhere in the middle?” I will gladly do my best to quench your thirst for knowledge my [...]

Shakespeare in Seoul: Magic Unearthed with A Midsummer Night’s Dream

[...] ancient world of gods and legends, forest and foes, love, lust and trickery. There the Seoul Shakespeare Company swept me off to a land of enchantment as I spent my afternoon inside A Midsummer Night& [...]

Movie Night in Seoul

[...] past blog post on his theatrical production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Seoul Shakespeare Company back in May. The main film, “The View from Here,” follows an expat couple [...]

First Birthdays in Korea

[...] -style evening dress she would be wearing for the beginning of the event, then the traditional Korean hanbok she would change into for the second half. Her baby and husband also had both western [...]

First Birthdays in Korea

[...] not lost. After some time for the guests to eat, the young family re-emerged in their matching traditional Korean clothes and took a seat at the back of the room. The lights went dim and the MC [...]

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Korea’s War Memorial Museum

[...] monument, depicting a true story of two brothers who fought on opposite sides of the Korean war and reunited by chance on the battlefield. Inside the Two Brother monument, a dedication to all [...]

Seodaemun Prison History Hall

[...] led to Korea’s liberation from Japan in 1945. Soon after they had to deal with the Korean war from 1950-1953 and it wasn’t until then that Korea could really start to rebuild their [...]

Family Life in Korea

[...] friends tell me, their grandfathers are the last of the old generation who fought in the Korean war in the 1950s. These men are often noted as the strong, silent type who have seen so much [...]

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