With spring and summer classes completed, I decided to enroll in a short program discussing Korean reunification. For the remainder of the summer, I’m staying on Jeju Island and studying for the LSAT!… Read More SARU to Jeju
…by establishing a rough timeline of recent events and assessing the capacity of the DPRK it will be simpler to take a more pragmatic approach towards any useful discussion about it. This post will briefly address the merit and potential blowback of strategies global actors are pursuing to quell the persistent behavior of the DPRK. … Read More North Korea: The Real Elephant in the Room
“It was really difficult to be accepting while I was in the DPRK primarily because of the way Westerner’s are geared to be skeptical of the North due to its secretive nature and media representation. I’m not saying I abandoned all skepticism but for the most part I tried to remain objective. Understanding the DPRKs perspective was the entire purpose of my trip.”… Read More North Korea: Part II
I was in North Korea (also known as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) from April 23-28. While I was there I had no Internet connectivity so this is being published a couple days after my return to Seoul. It was quite an interesting experience; here’s my account of the trip and some miscellaneous thoughts.… Read More North Korea Part I
Ewha Woman’s University Before anyone jumps to any conclusions, let me first defend myself. The ISEP network (the program I applied with) only has a select number of AACSB schools on their list of globally accredited institutions. In order to take any business courses while abroad – at least ones I wanted to… Read More Ewha
Went skiing this weekend in PyeongChang, site of the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics.
Great fun, would highly recommend visiting.… Read More Ski Korea