Archive for Category: "South & North Korea"
On December 7, 2009, Peter was broadcasting his radio show from the JW Marriot Seoul in Seoul, South Korea. Featured guests from the first hour include: Steven Revere, author and founding editor of 10 Magazine, giving the insider’s take on what’s in store for Seoul and sharing some hidden destinations most tourists don’t know about; [...]
On December 7, 2009, Peter was broadcasting his radio show from the JW Marriott Seoul in Seoul, South Korea. Featured guests from the second hour include: Anne Ladouceur, Canadian expat and founder of Korea4Expats.com. Anne came to Korea in 1997 and created this website for everyone and anyone with questions on where to go, how [...]
On December 7, 2009, Peter was broadcasting his radio show from the JW Marriott Seoul in Seoul, South Korea. Featured guests from the third hour include: Kurt Achin, Seoul-based correspondent and bureau chief for Voice of America, sharing his favorite places in Seoul and discussing how the city has changed since he’s arrived; Robert Koehler, [...]
Peter’s radio show is coming to us from the JW Marriott Hotel in Seoul, South Korea. This densely packed metropolis boasts a thriving expatriate community, so we tracked down a few to share their favorite spots in the city.
Andy Katz is a photographer based in California Wine Country whose work has taken him around the globe. While on assignment in South Korea, he spent his spare time exploring off-the-beaten path parts of the country, photographing natural wonders, cultural sites and local people.
It’s been a whirlwind travel week for me, spanning just a few continents. It started in Korea, where we broadcast the radio show from Seoul, which coincided with President Obama’s Asia trip. Then off to report in Bangkok, one of my favorite cities in the world. I’ve been to Bangkok so many times that I [...]
I’m stopping in Seoul en route to do a story in Bangkok, which coincided with Obama’s visit today. I first came here in 1979 and certain things remain, like the DMZ, not far from Seoul. In 1979, when I first visited, it was described as the most dangerous place on earth … and that description [...]
Most visitors who travel to South Korea will run through a list of required tourist attractions: temples, monuments and karaoke bars. But the more curious ones will also add a very special day trip to their itinerary—one that is a stark reminder that in at least one part of the world, a cold war still [...]