Monthly Archives: November 2011

Ridicurous Engrish: Introduction and Food No.1

To live in Korea is to live through a constant bombardment of grammatical whoopsies, spelling atrocities, syntactic nightmares and grievous misuses of our beloved ‘Queen’s’.  To pick out one example has been an almost impossible assignment so far; however today … Continue reading

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Korean Construction Site in Dunjeon: Day 2-3

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Korean Construction Site in Dunjeon: Day 1

Work has recently started on a small piece of unused land near where I live.  I’m not sure what this will eventually become: but more than anything I want to see just HOW fast this gets set up.  Construction work … Continue reading

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The Sedante SD 5001

This week, I have been obliged to delve into the mysterious world of what in the West we call “alternative medicine”, due to a back injury sustained at Kumdo practice.  This has been another interesting experience that has really made … Continue reading

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Blare and the 30 Second Tournament

Firstly, a disclaimer.  I am not very good at taking photographs.  I am hopeless at evoking a mood or capturing a feeling with a camera – (unlike my Australian compadre, Joe Coleman – Joe is having his work exhibited in Barcelona soon, at … Continue reading

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In Homage

It’s Ken Hom!  And that’s me on the left! I was delighted to spot this, perhaps because it was the only thing in the entire newspaper that I could actually understand.  It also made me feel happy to see a … Continue reading

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