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Notebook on Cities and Culture’s Korea Tour

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You can download every individual interview by following the links below:

  • Hyunwoo Sun, founder of the Talk to Me in Korean language-learning podcast empire
  • Bernie Cho, president of DFSB Kollective, a creative agency that provides digital media, marketing, and distribution services to Korean pop music artists
  • Laurence Pritchard, writer, teacher, enthusiast of Korean literature, and “English gentleman”
  • Mark Russell, author of the books Pop Goes KoreaK-Pop Now!, and Young-hee and the Pullocho
  • Mipa Lee, proprietor of Itaewon’s vegan (!) bake shop and café PLANT and author of the blog Alien’s Day Out
  • Marc Raymond, film scholar, teacher at Kangwoon University, and author ofHollywood’s New Yorker: The Making of Martin Scorsese
  • Adrien Lee, French-Korean host of Arirang TV’s Showbiz Korea and Arirang radio’sCatch the Wave
  • Michael Breen, author of The Koreans: Who They Are, What They Want, Where Their Future Lies
  • Stephen Revere, CEO of 10 Media, 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
  • Open Books acquiring editor Gregory Limpens
  • Charlie Usher, author of the blog Seoul Sub→urban and the book 찰리와 리즈의 서울 지하철 여행기 (Charlie and Liz’s Seoul Subway Travelogue)
  • Danny Crichton, researcher and writer on regional innovation hubs and a contributing writer for TechCrunch
  • 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
  • Stephane Mot, “conceptor,” writer of fiction, nonfiction, “nonsense,” and author of the blog Seoul Village as well as the collection Dragedies
  • Jon Dunbar, urban explorer, editor of long-running Korean punk zine Broke in Korea, and author of Daehanmindecline
  • Nikola Medimorec, co-author of Kojects, an English-language blog on transport, urban planning, and development projects around Korea
  • Chance Dorland, host of TBS eFM’s “Chance Encounters” segment and the podcasts Chance and Dan Do Korea
  • Keith Kim, creator of the travel and culture site Seoulistic
  • Steve Miller, creator of the Asia News Weekly podcast and the vlogger formerly known as QiRanger
  • Charles Montgomery, editor of the site and global ambassador of Korean literature in translation
  • Alex Jensen, host of weekday news show This Morning on TBS eFM
  • Daniel Gray, creator of the site Seoul Eats, proprietor of craft beer restaurants Brew 3.14π and Brew 3.15π
  • Barry Welsh, host of the Seoul Book & Culture Club and Seoul Film Society
  • Writer Krys Lee, author of the acclaimed short story collection Drifting House
  • Literary translator Bruce Fulton
  • North Korea analyst B.R. Myers, author of A Reader’s Manifesto and The Cleanest Race: How North Koreans See Themselves and Why It Matters
  • James Turnbull, author of The Grand Narrative, a blog on Korean feminism, sexuality, and popular culture
  • Broadcaster, teacher, rapper, and television star Chad Kirton (a.k.a. Fusion)
  • Jeff Liebsch, managing editor and partner at the magazine Busan Haps
  • Sofía Ferrero Cárrega, film critic and enthusiast of Korean cinema
  • Changwon bikeshare system outreach coordinator Coby Zeifman
  • Daniel Tudor co-founder of craft beer pizza pub chain The Booth, author of Korea: The Impossible CountryA Geek in Korea, and (with James Pearson) North Korea Confidential
  • Andrew Salmon, author of To the Last Round: The Epic British Stand on the Imjin River, Korea 1951Scorched Earth, Black Snow: Britain and Australia in the Korean War, 1950; and All That Matters: Modern Korea
  • Michael Elliott, creator of the English-learning site for Koreans English in Korean and the Korean-learning site for English-speakers Korean Champ
  • Architect Minsuk Cho, principal at Mass Studies, designer of the Golden Lion-winning Korean pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2014
  • Matt VanVolkenburg, author of Gusts of Popular Feeling, a blog on “Korean society, history, urban space, cyberspace, film, and current events, among other things”
  • Brother Anthony of Taizé, renowned translator of Korean poetry, president of the Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch, and naturalized citizen of South Korea

Marketplace of Ideas interviews:

  • So Yong Kim, filmmaker and director of the Korean-themed In Between Days and Korea-set Treeless Mountain [MP3]

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