1. Travels and travails in Korea.
2. Manosphere wisdom.
3. Literary pursuits
4. Reblogs or links to stuff pertaining to #1-3.
That’s the focus for now.. I’m an English teacher who’s been living in rural South Korea for around 2 years. Though I’m licensed to teach in public schools in the States, this opportunity sounded too good to pass up. I didn’t think I’d wind up in the sticks, but that’s how it happened. It turns out that it’s decent out here.
Stand by for stories and ramblings from the Land of the (sort of) Morning Calm. I say sort of because anyone who’s lived here knows about the obnoxious trucker merchants who drive through the streets hawking their wares. These guys play a tape of whatever crap they’re selling on an endless loop over a half-distorted loudspeaker. The announcements sound like Commie propaganda or calls for martial law at first, but learning a little Korean reveals them to be little more than “Fish for sale. Biiiiiiiiiiig fiiiiiiiish. Buy now. Buy now. Buy now!”