Special Envoy Discusses North Korea by WikiLeaks A January 11, 2010 meeting between Special Envoy Robert King and Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan as described in a confidential cable communication from the US Embassy in Seoul to the Secretary of State in Washington, DC. C O N F I D E Continue Reading
From a cable sent this past February, published on WikiLeaks.org along with thousands of other classified State Department communication cables. Long live the Internet! C O N F I D E N T I A L SEOUL 000248 SUBJECT: A/S CAMPBELL DISCUSSES DPRK FUTURE WITH EXPERTS Discussion Summary: A group Continue Reading
With the recent publication of secret US Embassy Cables by WikiLeaks, the largest ever release of confidential documents into the public domain, I began to wonder if US State Department and Chinese Embassy officials discussions on North Korea were included. Of course I wasn’t the only one.. The New York Continue Reading
This was just too good not to relay. Given major headlines today, the rhythm of their blind marching seems even more cryptic, and confronting with chaos. A big shout out to Mr. Burrows, wearing a suit and tie over there at craigburrows.com. He made a great short out of several Continue Reading
One of the Korean Teachers got married and invited all of her fellow teachers to the wedding last January. That was pretty nice of her considering that we had just met only two months prior and never spoke.
Eating Raw Octopus from glassw4re on Vimeo. A sahn nak jee salad for dinner. The tentacles marinate themselves!
Seorak National Park from glassw4re on Vimeo. A short collection of seamlessly hand-blended videos from Seorak last December. It was a 6-hour bus ride from Gwangju to Sokcho, a Northern port city , and we must have gone through 100 tunnels to get there.
Songgwangsa: Spacious Pine Temple in Jeolla Province from glassw4re on Vimeo. Twenty kilometers to the west of Suncheon is one of Korea’s three most important temples of Zen Buddhism. Tucked away in the peninsula’s Southeast corner, surrounded by forests of bamboo and the low rolling hills of Jogye-San Provincial Park, Continue Reading