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By 3WM Robert “Bobby” Washkowiak battles his way through the bitter first winter of the Korean War, longing for home,...
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By 3WM The Three Wise Monkeys' editors have been enjoying The New Yorker's content for years. We've especially found its...
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By Mizaru I Hey all you denizens of Haebangchon. You have been noticed and some of you have even been...
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By Sara Squires Doggy style Koreans know what’s best for you, So when you’re ill know what to do? They’ll...
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By Paul Auster I heard this story from Auggie Wren. Since Auggie doesn't come off too well in it, at...
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By Jesse Coy Nelson If asked to describe the scene in the alleyway where his friend, Mike, and his girlfriend,...
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By Maire Kulik Oh G-20 how you torment the masses! It’d be better if we listened to the wisdom of...
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By Gabriel Sylvian with Iwazaru The Eternal of My Youth I want something different that is not this. I want...
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By John Kay “Go on then, so what’s the connection between Ken Dodd and Kim Jong il?” ”Ok, both men...
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“Like I said,” resumed Mike, speaking solely to Reggie, “I can’t see it from here. Even so, supposing that fellow...
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By Gabriel Sylvian with Iwazaru Last year, in honor of the twentieth anniversary of poet Gi Hyeong-do’s death (1960-1989), a...
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By John Kay Night on a hard wooden floor and mosquitoes on a mission. The nuns up and about the...
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By John Kay Oh Young Taek; nut-brown, stooped with age yet with a full-head of black hair; Five feet 7...
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Hmmm, Something smells burning. It smells like rubber. A boy with sneakers is sleeping with a dirty band on his...
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By Gabriel Sylvian with Iwazaru As Korea continues to undergo changes far beyond economic development, there are individuals and groups...
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