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 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 15 Pt.2

“Going down to 109” 109 (pronounced baek-gu in Korean) is relatively quiet during the weekdays. In fact, Sundays are the busiest days because that is when the Koreans stop by to run some errands (groceries, etc) after religious service– because all of the important religious orgs are located in Bajo Flores. For this reason, there … Continue reading

Day 15

Day 15: a bright and lovely day The past days were very rainy and crummy– but today was bright and clear. A lucky day– I thought. I went to La Associación Coreana en la Argentina again to see if there were any materials/statistics/information on Korean immigration in Castellano or English, since I am rather incompetent … Continue reading