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Hyejin Kim · May, 2007

Hyejin Kim enjoys hiking, learning about new places, and pondering the world. In her free time, she writes about interesting things she has encountered through work, school, and life. She blogs with Erik Mobrand at katongcouple.blogspot.com.

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Latest posts by Hyejin Kim from May, 2007

A special-made signboard for wife of government officials

ka,na,da,ra,ma,ba,sa…

Competition between ‘allblet’ and ‘adclix’ in Korea.

Where are the garbage cans?

From Hankyoreh to Ohmynews.

Children’s songs that reflect the times

Children’s songs that reflect the times

Korea: Bloggers are not reporters

On the 19th of this month, one of the major internet portal sites announced the new period of blog journalism in Korea. Their section, media daum blogger news which opened...

What terms for parents are popular in Korea

Whatever Roh Moo-hyun says is unbearable!

Love for students and rapper trainee teacher.

The best strategy to lose weight.

Korea:Is Sexual Harrassment just for Women?

While sexual harassment is regarded as the worst scenario that would happen to women and the weak, a male blogger insists that men also run into harassment in their daily...

What is your blood type?

Anger of residents at I-cheon in South Korea

Korea: A Soldier's Death

On the 19th, a twenty-seven year old Korean soldier in Iraq was discovered dead. He was shot at a barber shop in Zaytun, where Korean soldiers stationed. It was the...

Starcraft shook Korea again

Jesus will turn down 1,000won for the donation

Korea: 518, Gwangju Massacre

It was 518. A number Koreans don’t forget. Blogs were filled with ‘518’ for several days in order to commemorate the Gwangju Massacre (Gwangju Democratizaion Movement) on the 18th of...

Korean sex trafficking: past and present

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