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Jiri-san(Jiri Mt.) Way Around Tour from Busan

Jiri-san(Jiri Mt.) Way Around Tour from Busan(Friday to Sunday)



Day 1(Friday) : We will depart at 6:30 pm. from Busan and arrive at hostel near Jiri-san at  9:30 pm.

Day 2(Saturday) : We will take Jiri-san Way Around Course 3(Person Months-Rooster)

Distance : 20.5km, Estimated time : 8 hours, Meal : Breakfasts, Lunch, Dinner

Day3(Sunday) : We will take Jiri-san Way Around Course 4(Rooster-Odds and Ends),

                           then come back to busan around 6 pm.

Powerful Presentations: 6 Steps to Success

Presentation skills are becoming more and more sought after by employers. Universities recognize this and are offering more courses to help students learn or enhance these skills. Powerful Presentations: 6 Steps to Success is a new book designed to take students through a straightforward, step-by-step process, from topic selection to delivery, with two results: 1) a complete, well-designed presentation, and 2) the knowledge to create a solid presentation for any purpose.

The book is perfect for delivery during a single semester or an intensive winter or summer program. It comes with:

Independent Film in Busan

Please read this first sentence: this is NOT for a guarnateed paying film gig.

Now that you have read the above, I have a film project that I intend to film in Busan. My background in indie filming is producing (writing, directing, and editing) an award winning fifteen-episode Public Access series in the U.S. We were a scripted field production (embarrasingly rough in the beginning, but got pretty good by the end of the series).

If money can be raised for this Busan project, I would be happy to pay all involved. If not, I want the rush of guerilla filming again.

I am looking for other people who either already have experience OR who have a passion to try working in indie filming. I have a feature that I will film in Busan, but I ALSO want to make some film shorts, and form a filming group, including artists and actors (or aspiring actors).

Honey Screen: Have a Smartphone or Tablet and Want Some Free Stuff?

For those with a Android Or iOS device there is a Korean Lock Screen application called Honey Screen: 허니스크린 (you might have to search using Korean) that pays you to unlock your phone, download applications and other miscellaneous things. Screen unlocks can pay anywhere from 1원 on up and I have downloaded applications that can be immediately uninstalled for typically 100원 on up.

They currently have a promo going on where if you use a referral code: menaboy (such as mine) then the both of us get 500원 added to our accounts! I have this on both my Android Galaxy S3 and iPad Mini 2 accruing money just by using my device.

Redemption is really easy and immediate. Want a coffee from Caffe Bene, they've got it. Makeup from Olive Young? Yup! Or maybe just a quick snack at CU Mart? Got that too! The offers are plentiful for both rewards and earnings.

The app is in Korean but if you have any difficulty navigating it feel free to message me.

Clinical Trial for Caucasian in Busan Paik Hospital_updated Sep 01

There's a clinical trial for Caucasian in Inje University Busan Paik Hospital in late Aug to mid Oct. The hospital is a university hospital located in Gaegum, Busan. Please see the details below.
If you have any enquiries, please contact by email “

Canadian Male looking to play Soccer

Hey there,

I'm a 22 year old male from Canada currently working in Korea. I'm looking to join a soccer team that plays 1-3 times a week. I've played 7 years of competative soccer back to back seasons of indoor and outdoor, although a more competative team would be prefered, I would be willing to play at any level.
Preferably with most games/practices at Eulsukdo which is located just west of Hadan-Dong. I have transportation to get there. The only issue is due to the nature of my job I cannot guarentee 100% attendance.

PM me if you think you have a spot for me!


Guitar lessons

If you want to learn guitar but don't know where to start or you've been playing for a while and need some motivation to get better, PM me. Groups are no problem, rates are fair.  


why korean online transactions has so many passwords?

It is really difficult getting anything done online in Korea. First of all you are forced to use Internet Explorer due to the Active-x control Crap. Then you need to install 3-4 different programs.The you need to type in passwords and then certificate password followed by 2 security card passwords..I mean this is totally crazy..So basically to get anything done it takes a whole lot of time and effort..

I wish it was easier..It is similar for business..If you own a limited company you are forced to issue electronic tax invoices passing through a lot of program installs and passwords..I mean for God's Sake why can't they make things simpler and life easier...

Even shopping online is a nightmare with so many different restrctions on card usage and if you shop anything more that 300,000 won you need yet another electronic certificate..Comapre it to buying a domain on godaddy..All you need is your credit card number, expiry and cvc code..



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