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Notebook on Cities and Culture: Episodes

<p>Right across the street from Seoul's Insadong&nbsp;district, Colin talks with Daniel Gray, creator of the site&nbsp;<a href="http://www.seouleats.com/">Seoul Eats</a>, proprietor of&nbsp;craft beer restaurants&nbsp;<a href="https://www.facebook.com/brew314">Brew 3.14&pi;</a>&nbsp;and Brew 3.15&pi;,&nbsp;and ...
<p>In Seoul's Itaewon district, Colin talks with Alex Jensen, host of weekday news show&nbsp;<em>This Morning</em>&nbsp;on TBS eFM.&nbsp;They discuss whether he envisions who he's talking to when he's talking on-air; what first strikes him about the Tube whenever he goes back to London; when he very ...
<p><span>In Seoul's&nbsp;Haebangchon district, Colin Marshall talks with Charles Montgomery, professor&nbsp;in&nbsp;the English Interpretation and Translation Division of Dongguk University,&nbsp;editor of the site&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.ktlit.com/">KTlit.com</a><span>, and global ambassador ...
<p><span>In Anyang, Colin talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.qiranger.com/">Steve Miller</a><span>, creator of the&nbsp;</span><em><a href="http://asianewsweekly.net/">Asia News Weekly</a>&nbsp;</em><span>podcast, and&nbsp;the vlogger formerly known as QiRanger. They discuss whether he notices ...
<p><span>You know about <em>Notebook on Cities and Culture</em>, but do you know about <a href="https://vimeo.com/channels/thecityincinema">"Los Angeles, the City in Cinema"</a>? For the past few months, I've been creating video essays about the variety of Los Angeleses revealed in the films shot and ...
<p>In Seoul's Hongdae district, Colin talks with&nbsp;<a href="http://gyopokeith.com/">Keith Kim</a>, creator of the travel and culture site&nbsp;<a href="http://seoulistic.com/">Seoulistic</a>. They discuss how Birkenstocks became the dominant Korean trend in the summer of 2014; what a&nbsp;gyopo&nbsp;is, ...
<p>In Seoul's Hongdae district, Colin talks with&nbsp;<a href="http://chancedorland.com/">Chance Dorland</a>, radio- and podcast-hosting expat in countries like Germany, Colombia, and now South Korea, currently of&nbsp;<em>Groove</em>&nbsp;magazine's&nbsp;<a href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-groovecast/id828301645?mt=2"><em>Groovecast</em></a>, ...
<p><span>On the Seoul Floating Islands, Colin talks with Nikola Medimorec, co-author of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://kojects.com/">Kojects</a><span>, an English-language blog on transport, urban planning, and development projects around Korea. They discuss the first Korean city he ever experienced, and ...
<p><span>At a bar by the train tracks near Yongsan, Colin talks with Jon Dunbar, urban explorer, editor of long-running Korean punk zine&nbsp;</span><em>Broke in Korea</em><span>, and&nbsp;author of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://daehanmindecline.com/">Daehanmindecline</a><span>. They discuss the difference ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Sinchon district, Colin talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="https://sites.google.com/site/chiefatozofficer/">Stephane Mot</a><span>, "conceptor," writer of fiction, nonfiction, "nonsense," and author of the blog&nbsp;</span><a href="http://seoulvillage.blogspot.com/">Seoul Village</a><span>&nbsp;as ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Garosu-gil, Colin talks with Darcy Paquet, critic of Korean film, founder of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://koreanfilm.org/">koreanfilm.org</a><span>&nbsp;and the&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.koreanfilm.org/wildflower/awards-eng.html">Wildflower Film Awards</a><span>, author of&nbsp;</span><em>New ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Sinchon district, Colin talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.dannycrichton.com/">Danny Crichton</a><span>,&nbsp;</span><span>researcher and writer on regional innovation hubs and a&nbsp;<a href="http://techcrunch.com/author/danny-crichton/">contributing writer for TechCrunch</a>.&nbsp;</span><span>They ...
<p><span>Not far from Seoul's Anam station, Colin talks to Charlie Usher, author of the blog&nbsp;</span><a href="http://seoulsuburban.com/">Seoul Sub&rarr;urban</a><span>&nbsp;and the book&nbsp;찰리와 리즈의 서울 지하철 여행기 (</span><em>Charlie and Liz's Seoul Subway Travelogue</em><span>)</span><em>.&nbsp;</em><span>They ...
<p><span>Above Seoul's Itaewon district, Colin talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.openbooks.co.kr/html/main/index.html">Open Books</a><span>&nbsp;acquiring editor Gregory Limpens. They discuss what kind of foreign literature Koreans like to read, and their loyalty to authors they've already enjoyed; ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Itaewon District, Colin talks with Stephen Revere, CEO of 10 Media (producer of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://chipsmaps.com">Chip's Maps</a><span>),&nbsp;co-founder and managing editor&nbsp;of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.10mag.com"><em>10</em>&nbsp;Magazine</a><span>, author of ...
<p>In Seoul's Insadong district, Colin talks with Michael Breen, author of&nbsp;<em>The Koreans: Who They Are, What They Want, Where Their Future Lies&nbsp;</em>as well as other books on Kim Jong-il and Sun Myung Moon as well as&nbsp;founder and CEO of&nbsp;<a href="http://insightcomms.com/main.htm">Insight ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Arirang building, Colin talks with Adrien Lee, host of Arirang TV's&nbsp;</span><em>Showbiz Korea</em><span>&nbsp;and Arirang radio's&nbsp;</span><em>Catch the Wave</em><span>.&nbsp;They discuss how he first reacted to the sight of all the branches of Paris Baguette, Tout les Jours, ...
<p><span>On a rainy day in Seoul's Garosu-gil, Colin talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://cinephileforeignerinkorea.blogspot.com">Marc Raymond</a><span>, film scholar, teacher at Kangwoon University, and author of&nbsp;</span><em>Hollywood's New Yorker:&nbsp;<span>The Making of Martin Scorsese.</span></em><span>&nbsp;</span><span>They ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Gangnam district, Colin speaks with Mipa Lee, proprietor of Itaewon's vegan cafe and bake shop and caf&eacute;&nbsp;</span><a href="https://www.facebook.com/STUDIOPLANT">PLANT</a><span>&nbsp;and author of the blog&nbsp;</span><a href="http://aliensdayout.com">Alien's Day Out</a><span>. ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Hongdae district, Colin talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.markjamesrussell.com">Mark Russell</a><span>, author of the books&nbsp;</span><em>Pop Goes Korea</em><span>,&nbsp;</span><em>K-Pop Now!</em><span>, and the coming&nbsp;novel&nbsp;</span><em>Young-hee and the Pullocho</em><span>. ...
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