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Best Settlers Of Seoul Podcast podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Settlers Of Seoul Podcast podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Over a million and a half non-Koreans call South Korea home. This number grows every year as the country continues to internationalize through travel, investment, finance, IT, culture, technology, and other sectors. At the center of it all lies Seoul, among the largest metro areas in the world. This podcast is a showcase of the diversity of the city and the surrounding areas. Visit our website for a complete list of shows, show notes, transcripts, and more at http://www.settlersofseoul.com C ...
 
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Robert Koehler is a long-time Korea resident, who rose to fame - at least among expats in Korea and those interested in the country - by way of blogging. The Marmots Hole, as his site was called, was for a time arguably the most well-known and well-written blog of its kind. It was certainly a tremendous conduit for those interested in Korean politi…
 
Darcie Draudt is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University. She is currently in Seoul as a Korea Foundation dissertation fieldwork fellow and a visiting scholar at the Yonsei University Department of Political Science. Darcie's research comprises US-Northeast Asian relations and Korean identity and multicult…
 
Colin Marshall is a Seoul-based essayist, broadcaster, and public speaker on cities, language, and culture. He writes the Los Angeles Review of Books Korea Blog, and his work has appeared in Guardian Cities, Open Culture, the Times Literary Supplement, and many more. Colin is also a regular contributor to a Seoul urbanism radio feature on TBS eFM’s…
 
Joey Croner is the founder and owner of The Dice Latte board game cafe in Seoul's Dongdaemun district. In this interview we talk about the market for board games in Korea, what the locals like to play, discuss what it’s like starting one's own business in Korea, and how The Dice Latte distinguishes itself from competitors. This last part is hugely …
 
Laura Bicker has worked for the BBC for 18 years. She is currently the BBC Seoul Correspondent, covering everything from North Korea to women’s rights. She is one of the more well-known foreign correspondents on the peninsula, not only for her excellent news coverage but for her willingness to ask the kinds of questions and dig deeper in a way the …
 
Paul Carver heads the Seoul Global Center, a multi-lingual, comprehensive support center that provides counseling on a wide range of issues like business, legal concerns, labor disputes and real estate, and much more. The center also provides resources to start your own business, education classes including the all-important language training, and …
 
Walter Foreman is the Director of UC Riverside's International Education Center in Gangnam (GNUCR), content monitor for the Korean government's Culture and Information Service, and the host of tbs eFM’s Weekly Review. Previously communications manager for Korea University's Office of International Affairs, Walter as well has extensive radio and pri…
 
Alastair Gale is the former Korea bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal and now Japan Editor, writing about Japan’s economic, business and security challenges. Alastair has lived in Asia for over two decades covering the two Koreas, including the emergence of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Prior to Seoul, Alastair spent several years in Singap…
 
Matt Rutledge is a voice actor, radio announcer, and co-founder of TooSix Media, which he founded in 2009 with his wife of 10 years, Kay Rutledge (정경옥). The TooSix brand (Media and Global) connects native-speaking voice and translation talent with Korean companies across all industries. A publishing company, TooSixHouse, will launch in 2018. Matt a…
 
Nell Fox is the leader of Seoul's first-ever burlesque team, WhiteLies BurlesqueRevue. Nell has been in Korea nearly a decade and performing for over six years. We take a deep dive on what burlesque is, the difference between subject and object, sexism and lookism in Korea, expression, and experiences navigating a sexually conservative society. You…
 
Susan Sell-Haynes is the Director of Sport at Seoul Foreign School, an institution many regard as Korea’s best primary and secondary school. She has lived in Korea for over eight years, spending most of that time working in athletics. As anyone familiar with the education system here in Korea can attest, sports and other extracurriculars are not hi…
 
Elise Hu is the Seoul Bureau Chief and Asia correspondent for NPR, an American broadcast and digital network that reaches 1,000 affiliate stations across the United States. Her coverage area includes both Koreas, Japan and she pitches in on stories across the Asian region. Previously, she covered the intersection of technology and culture for the n…
 
Alek Sigley is a founding partner of Tongil Tours, an Australia-based organization specializing in educational tourism to North Korea founded while he was a student at the Australian National University's College of Asia and the Pacific. He is a regular traveler to the DPRK, and has lived in China, Japan, and South Korea, near-fluent in all three l…
 
John Nowell has lived in Korea since 1965 and has been a first-hand witness to the economic and political transformation of South Korea from a poor backwater to global powerhouse. He has worked for the U.S. Army, the Ambassador Hotel, and even Lowry’s Steakhouse for a time. At 77 years old he now heads the Oriental Press at the Dragon Hill Lodge in…
 
Daniel Tudor is the former Korea Correspondent for the Economist and co-author or author of North Korea Confidential, Korea: The Impossible Country, and Geek in Korea. Daniel is also the co-founder of the Booth Brewing Company, a business endeavor made towards correcting the imbalance of taste between North and South Korean beer. He is a graduate o…
 
Christopher Maslon is a professor at Daejeon Health Sciences College and competitive bodybuilder. While not exactly a Settler of Seoul, Chris has lived in Korea for the better part of fifteen years and has experienced what he would call a complete transformation over that time. It was in Korea that he first starting lifting and taking fitness serio…
 
Dmitriy Dyomin is a computer engineer working in the gaming industry here in Korea. And he’s got a pretty interesting backstory too. Dimitri was born in the former Soviet Union in what is now Turkmenistan. He was literally a Russian hacker before it was cool, working for the Turkmen government, and eventually made his way to South Korea some ten ye…
 
Alexine Sanchez is a recent graduate at Korea University GSIS (MA) and has previously worked at the Korean Embassy in the Philippines. Born and raised in Manila, she had been introduced to K-pop at 12 years old when the Korean Wave was only starting its international reach in Asia. Alexine was a pioneer in the local Kpop community one of the core m…
 
Joie Reinstein is a trend forecaster that has lived and worked on 3 different continents. Specializing in fashion, beauty and lifestyle, she consults and writes for international agencies. After seeing a 2pm music video 7 years ago, she made Korean fashion and culture the main focus of her research and eventually decided to move to Seoul. Joie cura…
 
Tiffany Needham is a co-owner of Magpie Brewing Co, a local craft brewing company in South Korea. From their company bio: Magpie Brewing Co. is committed to creating the best craft beers possible and growing the culture of craft beer in Korea. We work hard to balance traditional beer styles with innovative recipes and flavors. Show notes, links, an…
 
John Lee is a former gyopo who was born and raised in Brunei and spent his college years in the United States. He is a small business owner who runs his own convenience store. When he has time, he is also a freelance columnist and a blogger. You can follow his columns at NK News (nknews.org) and his blog at The Korean Foreigner (thekoreanforeigner.…
 
Robert Hamilton is a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at Seoul National University. Robert's research focuses on geographies of sexualities, transnational sexuality, queer theory, and male prostitution. He has lived in Korea for nearly twenty years. He is also an African American, and we explore what that means in Korea, how that has evolved over time,…
 
Wesley is a native of Guatemala, and lives in Seoul as a filmmaker and photographer. He studied Visual Communication Design in Hongik University and does various freelance creative projects in addition to his 9 to 5 as a professional marketer. In this episode we talk about the Spanish speaking community here, what it’s like working in a Korean offi…
 
A native of Moscow, Masha Roslyakova has a lot to say on the Russian community in Seoul. In this podcast we talk about Russia’s role in Northeast Asia, human trafficking in Korea, the difficulties she’s encountered as a non-native English speaker, and why Moscow does not want reunification. Masha is a KGSP Scholar pursuing her MA in Korean Studies …
 
This week’s guest is Peter Ward, an aspiring scholar of North Korean studies. He’s a research assistant to Dr. Andrei Lankov, as well as a masters student at Seoul National University, Peter is also a researcher at the Asan Policy Institute, and a contributing writer at NKNews. Peter is fluent in Korean and has unique insights on both North and Sou…
 
Manuel Azuaje-Alamo is a PhD Candidate at Harvard University. Manuel came to Korea mid-last year to conduct research for his dissertation on world literature in East Asia. He speaks seven languages and his lived in over half a dozen countries. Manual spent several years in Japan, and you’ll hear in this podcast a lot of references and inferences to…
 
Recorded one week before his now-infamous interview on the BBC, Robert Kelly is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and Diplomacy at Pusan National University. Dr. Kelly’s research interests include international relations theory in East Asia, U.S. foreign policy in Asia and the Middle East, Korean Foreign Policy, and inte…
 
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