Day 49-50

Day 49-50: a muddle and an explanation So I have been in a muddle lately of how to portray the Korean community in Buenos Aires. That is, what conclusions do I have, from two months of meeting people and seeing new things? And what of my experiences? I would, of course, like it if my … Continue reading

Day 33

Day: Church hopping Today in the morning I went to a protestant church that was not exclusively Korean. I was invited to attend this church by a teacher at ICA (Instituto Coreano-Argentino), whom I had met while visiting. Her daughter belongs to those who were lucky enough to be educated abroad; she finished high school … Continue reading

Day 27

Day 27: another quiet day blogging, editing, reading I took photos at the Korean restaurant, SINKO, during the Korea v. Nigeria match for the Diario Central. I was supposed to go in the morning to show them my pictures, but I have my photography class in the morning so I was going to go right … Continue reading

Day 18

Day 18: Misa and Munguau slept over at the temple last night. I waited around to shadow the reporter again, but he canceled without advising me. I went to visit the only Korean Catholic church in Argentina at 4pm to interview a priest and then to attend misa at 5:30pm. I figured it would be … Continue reading

Day 8

Day 8: Kimchi and asado en el campo So I visited the Buddhist Temple again to go help cut some bamboo at someone’s house. The house was in Ezeiza, in the provincia de BsAs. Apparently over half of Argentina’s population lives in Buenos Aires and the outlying areas; so once you get out of the … Continue reading

Hello!

Welcome to Fenster-Theater! This blog is about a photo project that I will be working on this summer. I received a stipend from my college to photodocument immigrant communities in Buenos Aires, Argentina, particularly the Korean, as well as the Jewish and Armenian communities. Why these specific groups? Well, I’m Korean American, so communicating with … Continue reading