Many ways to enjoy Korea

DBSKThe language classes at the Korean Cultural Centre attract a really interesting spectrum of people, from English businessmen to Bae Yong-joon besotted Japanese housewives, via museum curators and people married to a Korean. In my own language classes, apart from the above, was Jo, a TVXQ-obsessed party animal, who was good enough to review their latest album, Mirotic, for LKL.

Jo is in Korea right now. Join her as she hits the Itaewon bars till the small hours, or as she heads down to the SM Entertainment building (you never know who you might meet…). She’s started a blog over at jojo-korea.blogspot.com. Pay her a visit to see how she deals with disapproving ajummas.

DMZ

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