Nothing's Really Real Podcast

Nothing's Really Real is a podcast based out of Busan, South Korea,
where we talk about art, music, comedy ... and anything else.

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  • Nothing's Really Real Podcast: (Ep 50) The Konner Blunt Report

    Nothing's Really Real is a podcast based out of Busan, South Korea, where we talk about art, music, comedy ... and anything else.

    Episode 50. My guest is Konner Blunt. He is the host of his own podcast based out of Daegu, The Blunt Report.

    Surprisingly, we hardly spend any time talking about podcasting, and end up having a really positive and flowing conversation about death, debating people online, our significance in the universe, and worry ... among other things.


  • Nothing's Really Real Podcast: (Ep 42) Babopalooza

    Nothing's Really Real is a podcast based out of Busan, South Korea.

    (Episode 42) Babopalooza was a sketch comedy show held on December 1st and 2nd of 2006 in Busan, South Korea. A little over a week later, nine of the foreign performers began being arrested, interrogated and in some cases drug tested by the International Crime Division of the Korean police force.


  • Nothing's Really Real Podcast: (Ep 48) Christmas Day

    Nothing's Really Real is a podcast based out of Busan, South Korea.

    It’s Christmas Day, and I celebrate the holiday with good drinks, good music, and great friends - and this episode is ridiculous. My guests are comedians: Sam Hazelton and John Durso. Musical guests include: Gino Brann, Rob Chrisman, Leah Barbata and Dave Glover. 

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Thank you for all of your support over the past two years – and I’ll see you in 2019.


  • (Ep 47) Hot Blasts: I got Scammed

    Have you ever been scammed while you were abroad? That’s the question I asked my friends, and I gathered four of the people that responded to come into the studio to share their shameful tales of misfortune. This episode is packed with good stories! I have to shoot a big thanks to the guests that we’re willing to tell their stories. If you’ve ever been scammed, you know how humiliating it can be. And if you’ve never been scammed, well, I guess you’ll just have to take our word for it. If you enjoy the show, subscribe on iTunes or whatever podcasting app you enjoy. Please leave a review on iTunes, share it with a friend, and remember I love ya.

  • (Ep 46) Michael Webb

    Michael Webb is starring as Rosencrantz in Busan English Theatre Association’s upcoming performance of Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead – and let me tell you folks: He’s a bit of a wild card. We talk about the play, childhood memories, Michael’s days as a semi-professional wrestler, being sodomized, and memories of regret. Listen carefully for a chance to win a ticket to the play. More information about the production, including times and how to buy tickets, can be found on facebook by searching Busan English Theatre Association. If you enjoy the podcast, please subscribe on iTunes or whatever podcasting app you use. Leave a super hot review on iTunes, tell a friend, and I love ya.

  • (Ep 45) The Elevator Game

    The elevator game is an urban legend ritual game from Korea that is purported to allow those who take part in the chance to visit an alternate dimension, or communicate with spirits from another world. Let's give it a shot! Happy Halloween!

  • (Ep 44) Victim Kit

    Graham Parkinson is the guy behind the Seoul-based one-man electronic post rock band, Victim Kit. We talk about old man edgy rock lords, how often Matt Damon shits, and Shaggy-2-Dope trying to dropkick Fred Durst. We shotgun beers and talk about offending old Korean men, pissing in public and broken hearts. It's a funny podcast. We're both a couple of quick talkers and fast drinkers, so we get a little drunk and considerably inappropriate near the end. Victim Kit recently released an EP called Fall a Little Further Down, and you can check it out on bandcamp. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe on iTunes or whatever podcasting app you enjoy. Leave a super hot review on iTunes, and I love ya.

  • (Ep 43) Saku Yanagawa

    Saku Yanagawa is a Japanese comedian, he was in Korea to perform a couple comedy shows, and in between he pulled up on the hot spot and had a chat with me. We talk about his recent time at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, performing stand-up comedy in Japan, getting lost in the sewer, Japanese taboo, and how to swear in Osaka. 
We also tell memories of regret and folks, Saku’s is a real doozy. 
Stick around after the theme music at the end of the show, because we ended up jumping back into the studio and Saku tells a super sad historical story. Get those tissues ready! If you enjoy the show, please subscribe on iTunes or whatever podcasting app you enjoy. Leave a super hot review on iTunes, and I love ya.

  • (Ep 41) Caitlin Celic

    Caitlin Celic runs an comedy open mic in Ulsan, Korea. We have a funny and serious talk about her new step into a sober life. We talk about Louis CK’s recent reappearance since his the reveal of his non-consensual masturbations, and sexual harassment in comedy and the world in general. We also talk about breaking hearts, and cumming in the bed. Terrific! If you like Caitlin, you can learn more about her by reading her blog at https://kimcheese.blog 
If you enjoy the show, please subscribe on iTunes or whatever podcasting app you enjoy. Leave a super hot review on iTunes, and I love ya.

  • (Ep 40) Paulina Foks

    Paulina Foks runs the Daegu Story Slam. She comes on the show and shares stories of triumph and regret - about bad dates, finding lost family and living the turbulent lifestyle that comes with being a model. I also tell a regretful story about a time threw piss in a drunk guy's face. That's assault! Enjoy the show.

 

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