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A Personal History of Haebangchon

I like Haebangchon. I have only lived there briefly, but I lived nearby for a while and spent many formative years in Korea there. I made a lot of friends there, and I still have plenty who float in and out of bars and cafés and shout and wave at me when I turn up on random sorties. A bit like me, Haebangchon has changed a lot, and I’d even say it has become more sophisticated, but still with its old town grit that people come back for so much.


Modern Design Museum: Hidden Gem in Hongdae


The Vietnam Veterans Memorial


The National Gallery of Art


The U.S. Capitol Building


Corrupt Seoul Mayor Corrupt

Please stop investigating me! I've only been on the job for four months!


Year of the Dragon

Year of the Dragon -2012! 




KBC Interviews - Dr. David Dolinger - Global Medical Industry


33:53 minutes (15.51 MB)

 


Bush Wore a Hanbok

As I was taking my look at the front page of The New York Times, I browsed through a set of photos. Ones of nation leaders wearing the traditional costume of Asian nations. And then I stumbled upon seeing Bush wearing a hanbok in 2005.

Yongmunsa: Pt. 2 Gigantic Gingko Tree

Behold! A very gigantic gingko tree, which the Yongmunsa temple is famous for and said to be around 1,000 years old reaching about 130 feet tall.

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