Wandering Seoul

September 22, 2006

Gone too long

Filed under: Uncategorized — Small Batch Brewer @ 3:44 am

I’m back again! Sorry. I’ve been really busy lately and haven’t gotten around to doing this much. I don’t have my camera with me, but I do have some pictures of Osaka, Japan. I was there a week ago. Japan’s really cool! Sushi rules! I’ll talk about it more this weekend. I’m going to do some exploring of Seoul this weekend. So expect alot of pics coming soon!




    Comment by Shells Bells — September 26, 2006 @ 3:22 am

  2. were you bored without us? come on . . .

    Comment by Rachel Lynn — September 26, 2006 @ 3:22 am

  3. Hi, I was doing a google search for Topia in Nowon and your blog came up. I’m thinking about taking a job there, but I’m curious as to what the working conditions are like. I’ve done ~14 months of previous ESL in Korea, so I’m not totally clueballed. It looks like you haven’t been there too long, but I’m curious as to your first impressions and what the office gossip about the school is like.
    My e-mail addy is dcroft04@yahoo.com


    – Doug

    Comment by Anonymous — September 26, 2006 @ 3:22 am

  4. You make us wait forever for an update and this is the shit you give us?!?

    Comment by Jes — September 26, 2006 @ 3:22 am

  5. In the wake of North Korea’s first successful nuclear test, The Washington Post’s PostGlobal and Oxford International Review are sponsoring exclusive blog responses to a question posed by former South Korean President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kim Dae-Jung:
    Why do you think the current US Administration has refused direct negotiations with North Korea, despite North Korea’s proposal to do so?

    OIR posed this question to a panel of students from the United States and Asia gathered at Hong Kong University to participate in the Asia Institute for Political Economy, a program conducted by The Fund for American Studies. Click here to read their commentary, in light of recent events: http://blog.washingtonpost.com/postglobal/debate/korea/

    Because of your interest in the region, you are invited to join the conversation and pose questions to our panel. OIR and PostGlobal would love your input.

    Comment by Anonymous — October 17, 2006 @ 4:19 am

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