Best Koreanlife podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)
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K-PoD: Life In Korea
Ever wonder what it's like to live, teach and work in South Korea? This is the podcast that brings you people who are doing just that! Join hosts Scott, Adam, and Phil as they cover topics and issues regarding living in Korea as well as special guests of real people who are living and working abroad, their stories, and more! This podcast is coming to you from Changwon City, South Korea. Whether you are living in South Korea, have lived in South Korea, or thinking about coming to South Korea, ...
Our Little Korean Cousin by PIKE, Henry Lee Mitchell
This book is one of a series that aims at describing other cultures to children in an entertaining way that honors the culture, educates the child and keeps their minds open to the possibility of other people living wonderful lives in far off places. "Until very recently little has been known of the strange land in which the subject of this tale lives. Recent events have done much to introduce Korea and its people to the world at large. For this reason the story of Yung Pak's youthful days m ...
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The Jeff Ward Show on News Radio 590 KLBJ
Jeff and Ed discuss Korean life expectancy that has hit 90 years old, the fixer upper couple chip and Joanna are deciding to leave the Waco Area, the Texas pre-school teacher fired for encouraging the killing of Jews.
StarCraft 2 is widely regarded as the first esport title of the Twitch era. And although the game hasn’t quite the audience it used to have, many people are still interested in the esport scene of this game. Today we have one of the most popular and remarkable personalities of StarCraft 2 in our podcast. Do we really need to introduce this lege ...…
I have a Jewish-American composer friend who used to visit me when I lived in Switzerland, and on one occasion he came down to the farm I cultivated in Italy. Frank is a lovely and highly intelligent man, with wide experience of travelling the world and, of course, working with people from many different backgrounds for his Broadway shows and m ...…
Just The Gals Podcast
Joon went on a hot date and Manny talks cats and bathroom etiquette. Email us at
Notebook on Cities and Culture
Near the University of Seoul, Colin talks with Bruce Fulton, Young-Bin Min Chair in Korean Literature and Literary Translation in the Department of Asian Studies, University of British Columbia and, with his wife Ju-chan Fulton, half of an acclaimed Korean literary translation team. They discuss when Korean writers get too good at reflecting th ...…
Notebook on Cities and Culture
In Seoul's Seodaemun-gu, Colin talks with Krys Lee, author of the story collection Drifting House. They discuss the impression of Korean life as a living hell; the way she prefers to mix the light and the dark; the "obsession with violence" that led her to write about a woman who longs to be beaten; "Koreanness" as Drifting House's accidental u ...…
Notebook on Cities and Culture
In Seoul's Garosu-gil, Colin talks with Darcy Paquet, critic of Korean film, founder of and the Wildflower Film Awards, author of New Korean Cinema: Breaking the Waves, teacher, and occasional actor. They discuss why movies have a hard time capturing Seoul; the unusual way the Park brothers' Bitter, Sweet, Seoul captures the city ...…
In Seoul's Itaewon District, Colin talks with Stephen Revere, CEO of 10 Media (producer of Chip's Maps), co-founder and managing editor of 10 Magazine, author of two Survival Korean books, and for three years the teacher on Arirang television's Let's Speak Korean. The Seoul in which he arrived, and which amazed him, in 1995; how quickly he deci ...…
Everyone in the Asian business world from Yangon to Tokyo must learn the art of cross-cultural communication. In Asia’s high context cultures, where mutual trust and understanding are essential for building successful partnerships, much emphasis is placed on correct behaviour, awareness of position and knowledge of local customs. For the Wester ...…
On a rainy day in Seoul's Garosu-gil, Colin talks with Marc Raymond, film scholar, teacher at Kangwoon University, and author of Hollywood's New Yorker: The Making of Martin Scorsese. They discuss how much you can learn about Korean life from Hong Sangsoo movies; what Hong has in common with Martin Scorsese; how the two directors relate differe ...…
Technolotics - An antique show about technology
In this episode we discuss.. Gaming addiction claims another Korean life Republican conflict over stem cells Snuppy the cloned puppy – shows up Apple, shines on google Google implements wildcard natural language questions Mobile phones in UK to spy on their users British licence plates get RFID tagged [audio https://garethsta ...…
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