Episode 008: You Wanna Get High?

Everything you wanted to know about marijuana in Korea but were afraid to ask. Also, music from local band New Blue Death.

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Episode 007: Have English, Will Travel – Show Notes

Here’s a list of the places we mentioned on the show where you can find Korean job listings. Also, stay tuned in future episodes where we’ll be featuring job ads that we think are worth applying for.

Dave’s ESL Cafe
WorknPlay
Employ Roar!
Korea Bridge
MyEnglishJob
TEFL.com 
ProfsAbroad (paid membership required)

We also featured music by a Korean indie band called Love X Stereo. Head over to our Featured Artist page to see all about them and find links to their social media pages.

If you’re in a local band and would like to be featured on the show (or you know someone who is) drop us a line on our Contact page. And if you like the show, consider leaving us a star rating or comment on iTunes or Stitcher. It really helps us out.

Episode 007: Have English, Will Travel

In this episode we talk about how to get a job teaching in Korea and we feature some local music by the band Love X Stereo.

Blackface: Show Notes

You can find the article that John and I were discussing on his website, www.johnfrancispower.com. For a direct link, click here: The Crumbling Myth of Korean Innocence about Racism.

For further reading about Blackface and racism in Korea, check out the following articles.
The Korea Times
Allkpop.com
Groove Korea
Seoulistic.com
Vice.com

Special Episode: Blackface

In this special episode of Korea Underground I interview journalist John Francis Power about his article on Korea’s use of blackface and also racism in Korea. Check the show notes at www.korea-underground.com for links about the topic.

Episode 006: Summer Lovin’ – Show Notes

To read a little more about the science behind cross-cultural dating, check out these handy dandy links:

Optimal out-breeding
Yellow Fever (not the horrible disease.)

Also in this show we talked about an the upcoming–and sure to be monster hit–new drama, 괜찮아, 사랑이야 (It’s okay, That’s Love!) starting 2014-Jul-23 on SBS.

Jang Jae Yul (Jo In Sung) is a mystery writer and radio DJ. He suffers from an obsession. Ji Hae Soo (Gong Hyo Jin) is going through her first year fellowship in psychiatry at a University Hospital. She chose psychiatry because she doesn’t want to perform surgeries. After she meets Jang Jae Yul, her life goes through big changes. Boboom ..!

It's okay, It's love.

It’s okay, It’s love.

Gong Hyo Jin

공효진 (Gong Hyo Jin)

조인성 (Jo In Sung) Can you see those deep bedroom eyes Teresa talked about?

조인성 (Jo In Sung)
Can you see those deep bedroom eyes Teresa talked about?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To find out more about this new show, you can check out the wiki here.

Episode 006: Summer Lovin’

In this episode we talk about the ins and outs and the does and donts of dating someone from another culture. We weigh in with our perspectives and even throw some science at you. And Teresa brings us more news of K-Pop stars with another Hallyu Doin’.

Prep time.

Prepping for tomorrow’s show at my preferred coffee shop.

Chai latte and a cookie. Everything a growing boy needs.

Chai latte and a cookie. Everything a growing boy needs.

Big Things a’comin’!

We’ve got a lot of exciting things coming up for some future episodes. I can’t wait to share them with all the listeners. Stay tuned!

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