Blogs
For 91 Days

For 91 Days

Jürgen and Mike are two seasoned travelers who came up with a new way of seeing the world. Instead of undertaking a stressfully nomadic way of life where they are constantly moving from place to place, they choose a certain area of the globe and settle there for three months – approximately 91 days. Luckily...
The Kimchi Queen

The Kimchi Queen

Following on with our accidental gay-themed week in celebration of Korea Queer Culture Festival, we decided our ‘Blog of the Week’ this week had to be The Kimchi Queen. Although relatively new on the blog scene, the regularity of posting and the research that goes into the site already makes it an excellent resource for...
Bananamilk

Bananamilk

Since Korea’s youth are a fashion conscious lot with an addiction to high-speed internet, it comes as no surprise that there are an unlimited number of style blogs ending in co.kr. It is often difficult, however, to find fashion sites based in this country that include English commentary. This is where Bananamilk comes in. A...
Seoul Sub→urban

Seoul Sub→urban

Have you ever sat on a long subway ride, circulating Seoul’s underbelly on your usual route to work or you favorite mandu spot and pondered, “What is happening up there?” You are hundreds of feet below the hustle and bustle of Korea’s capital, and although you’ve got perfect cell phone reception there’s still a strange...
The World of Soren

The World of Soren

K-Bloggers pop up all over the interwebs, typing away their thoughts on the land of K-Pop and eyelid surgery, usually writing exclusively about Korean people, events, and places. Soren Nieminen, however, incorporates a little bit of everything into his articulate musings about his life as an ESL teacher, and beyond. The World of Soren is...
Dayv Mattt

Dayv Mattt

We come across Korea-based photography blogs on Tumblr all the time but Dayv Mattt’s resonated with us more than others because of his superior pictures. His candid images, taken mostly on the streets of Seoul, manage to capture the vibrant feeling of so many different areas of the city. Read this interview with him to...
bassenyourseatbelt

bassenyourseatbelt

When she’s not penning well-written articles for Chincha or Seoulist, Julia Bass is updating her followers on her own humorously titled blog. A chronicle of her life in Korea, bassenyourseatbelt has naturally developed into a compelling online journal, with interesting and unaffected observations on what it’s like to live in Korea as a foreign teacher....
ESL Teacher in Korea

ESL Teacher in Korea

English teachers in Korea are constantly on the search for that perfect, all-in-one website with valuable advice, beautiful lesson plans, and maybe some funny student stories. Jackie Bolen has lived in Korea for 7 years and blogged for 4, and provides a one-stop-shop for all of your ESL needs! Her blog about teaching English at...