Who Are The Featured Bloggers?

Written by on January 18, 2011 in Notice
[Steve Miller] Steve Miller lives in South Korea. In his free time, he explores the globe, documenting his travels for his award-winning YouTube channel. His videos have been viewed over 2 million times and seen on major international media outlets in Korea, France, the Philippines, and CNNGo. Steve’s videos provide an entertaining and informative vehicle for those wanting to learn more about the amazing world in which we live.

[Suzy Chung] Suzy Chung is a multilingual writer, editor, and translator with a marketing background. A coffee addict, bookworm, art junkie, foodie, oenophile, dolly geek, K-pop enthusiast, and occasional painter. She has been online since the mid ’90s when the internet wasn’t really the internet but a blue screen with text only discussions. She lived in three continents but truly believes that Korea is the place to be and is willing to convince anyone who would listen!

[Jon Dunbar] Jon Dunbar is an editor and staff writer for Korea.net. His first visit to Korea was in summer 1996 when he was a teenager, and he returned permanently in December 2003. He is involved in the Korean underground music scene and has supported local musicians through writing, photography, and occasionally planning events. He has been blogging for more than a decade, mainly on music, urban exploration, and his cats.

[Annie Cole] Annie Cole lives in South London, UK, but her heart and soul remain in Korea. After returning from a teaching year in 2009, she began to record her memories, thoughts and reviews on various blogs. She is a vegetarian foodie and a lover of horror films, indie culture, modern art, interesting literature, kooky fashion and anything cutesie. She has made it her mission to seek out, enjoy and share all things London/Korean.

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The Korea Blog was launched on January 31, 2011 by the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOCIS), a part of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. This blog aims to show the hip and contemporary side of Korean life and culture.