Doing show prep for Episode 3, entitled ‘Hit the Books: Should You Learn Korean?’ If you’re a non-native speaker of Korean and you have any questions you’d like us to address in the show, now is the time to ask! Post a question here, on our Facebook page, or email us at email@example.com
In episode two, our newest member to the show, Teresa, did a celebrity profile of Korea’s current CF queen, Jun Jl Hyun (전지현). If you’d like to read up a little more about here, here are some links.
An article about how Jun Ji Hyun became Korea’s CF queen.
An article talking about how Jun Ji Hyun met her husband, Choi Jun Hyuk.
In episode 2 we introduce a new member to the podcast and delve in to the dark roasted mysteries of Korea’s pervasive coffee culture. We also do a celebrity profile of Korea’s reigning CF queen and tell you what big events are coming up in the next few weeks. Make sure to listen to the show to get a special offer from our friends over at Waegook Travel!
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So what are you waiting for?
The first episode is live! In our inaugural episode Dan and I talk about a teacher’s first day on the job and a general idea of what you can expect. In the news this episode, discrimination in Seoul bars and nightclubs and are you being ripped off by Korean retailers? Make sure to like us on Facebook and subscribe to us in iTunes!
Articles in this show:
Discrimination at bars and clubs in Korea
Online Shopping saving people money in Korea