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Michael Hurt is a writer, photographer, scholar, and professor at Hongik University. In this episode he talks about how Koreans and Americans can misunderstand each other's culture because of stereotypes.
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#39 - Mandela's Legacy: A Brief History of South Africa
Shandre, Service Manager of our Gangnam Center, comes from South Africa. She talks about the troubled history of South Africa and how the country now has the chance to achieve its dream of unity and common purpose.
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#28 - Stephen Hatherly on Interviewing Jason Mraz
Stephen Hatherly is host of TBS eFM's The Stephen Hatherly Show. In this episode he talks about how he came to interview the famous musician Jason Mraz, and what that was like.
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#42 - How to Show Off Seoul
Former WSE Service Manager and current Sogang University Professor Tim McLaughlin talks about showing an American visitor around Seoul; what they liked, really liked, and didn't like much.
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