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Learn Korean with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at KoreanClass101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
Finding a perfect balance to life with Kpoppin! Segments covering anything in love, life, beauty, and even K-culture helps to relax all listeners every day of the week. Find your small happiness with Kpoppin everyday and maybe even learn a thing or two about Korea!
 
A growth mindset is the belief that you can do anything if you work for it. Your host Sam Harris finds remarkable individuals doing extraordinary things and breaks the processes down to show how anyone can achieve anything. Sam has launched several businesses, travelled the world, and nearly died a few times, all in the spirit of curiosity and adventure. Some highlights include touring North Korea to hitch-hiking across Kazakhstan. He brings his insatiable appetite for learning to the podcas ...
 
An engaging podcast on nuclear policy and national security, Press the Button is co-hosted by defense experts Michelle Dover and Tom Collina of Ploughshares Fund, a global security foundation. This weekly podcast features top officials and experts discussing the latest developments on Iran, North Korea, nuclear weapons, military budgets and foreign policy. Press the Button offers diverse views on one of the most important issues of our time: preventing nuclear war. Have a question about nucl ...
 
100% real talk with your two new Korean adoptee besties! Hana and Ryan, Korean adoptees from Melbourne, Australia, talk about anything and everything adoption related, including race, gender, birth family search and reunion, and more. Original podcast music by Domus.
 
From 2013 to 2017, Café Seoul was a Korea-based expat-lifestyle podcast. Co-hosted by a duo of expats from North America, each episode dealt with a particular hot-button theme or issue. Café Seoul at that time discussed recent news, answered listener questions, and interviewed interesting people all for the sake of intelligent discussion with a dash of humor.
 
What time is it? Maim Time! This podcast is about the Asian Diaspora experience and Self-Actualization. Join Maim Kim in your journey to become the best version of yourself as we go deep and hard into dealing with our identity struggles, emotional trauma with our families and past, reconciling different cultures, spirituality and religion after church, developing confidence in dating and business, to get the most out of life and give back to the world.
 
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Korea24 – 2021.12.01. (Wednesday) News Briefing: South Korea has hit a new high in its daily COVID-19 case count of 5,123. The number of critically ill COVID-19 patients also hit an all-time high of 723. Meanwhile, authorities are also waiting to confirm the first suspected cases of the omicron variant in the country. (Eunice Kim) In-Depth News Ana…
 
Filmmaker Yonghi Yang grew up in Japan in the 1960s, as part of Osaka's large ethnic Korean community. Facing anti-Korean prejudice in Japan, and inspired by the North Korean regime’s promise of a socialist paradise, her parents made the momentous decision to send their three teenage sons to live in the North Korean capital Pyongyang in the early 1…
 
North Korean propagandists have churned out a steady stream of cultural products for domestic and foreign audiences over the years — from films, TV shows and radio dramas to comic books and flashy music videos. While always laced with state ideology, these works also evolve in response to changing circumstances and leaders’ whims, providing another…
 
Korea Society Inaugural Van Fleet Policy Signature Event November 17, 2021 - Former Ambassador and Admiral Harry Harris, UNC/CFC/USFK Commander General Robert Abrams, Pacific Fleet Commander Admiral Scott Swift will sit down with Korea Society Board Director and former UNC/CFC/USFK Commander General Walter “Skip” Sharp for a discussion exploring No…
 
On a celebratory 100th episode host Andre Goulet welcomes Harbinger Media Network podcast pals Paris Marx of leftist tech worldview critique show Tech Won't Save Us and Evan MacDonald of socialist film review show Kino Lefter to explore the historical parallels and context of Squid Game, examine the show's cultural capitalist critique, regret impul…
 
Korea24 – 2021.11.30. (Tuesday) News Briefing: South Korea’s health system is continuing to come under strain, with more than 90% of ICU beds for critically ill COVID-19 patients in Seoul now occupied. Meanwhile, the government says the rising number of elderly COVID-19 patients at high risk of developing severe symptoms is the biggest concern at t…
 
North Korean propagandists have churned out a steady stream of cultural products for domestic and foreign audiences over the years — from films, TV shows and radio dramas to comic books and flashy music videos. While always laced with state ideology, these works also evolve in response to changing circumstances and leaders’ whims, providing another…
 
It’s story time on this week’s episode of Press the Button. Co-host Michelle Dover is joined by Emmy award-winning journalist Helen Young, who discusses her fascinating new film “The Nuns, The Priests, and The Bombs.” Their conversation follows a community of nuclear disarmament activists, which include two pacifist Catholic nuns, who risk imprison…
 
Today I welcome Justin Mann author of “Black Insecurity at the End of the World.” Justin L. Mann is an assistant professor of English and African American Studies at Northwestern University. He has research and teaching interests in African American literature, Black feminist theory, Black speculative fiction, and security policy. His current book …
 
Today I welcome MD/MBA Thomas Irwin to discuss medical education in the time of COVID. A graduate of the MD/MBA program at the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Kansas City, Tom Irwin worked as an opera singer and bass player for nearly two decades before medical school. Since making a living as a musician requires other work as well, his …
 
Today I welcome sociologist Kyle Cleveland from Temple University Japan, co-editor of Legacies of Fukushima: 3.11 in Context. Kyle Cleveland is Associate Professor of Sociology at Temple University’s Japan Campus (TUJ), where he is Faculty Director of Study Abroad and Honors Programming. He is the founding director of the university's Institute of …
 
Today I welcome Wendy E. ParMET Parmet, the George J. and Kathleen Waters Matthews Distinguished Professor of Law and Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs at Northeastern University—co-editor of Assessing Legal Responses to COVID-19. Wendy E. Parmet is the George J. and Kathleen Waters Matthews Distinguished Professor of Law and Professor o…
 
Today I welcome Jenny Pickerill, Professor of Environmental Geography and Head of the Department of Geography at Sheffield University. Jenny Pickerill is a Professor of Environmental Geography and Head of Department of Geography at Sheffield University, England. Her research focuses on inspiring grassroots solutions to environmental problems and in…
 
Today I welcome Meg Traci, Mackenzie Jones and Hana Meshesha to discuss their research on people with disabilities copied during the COVID era. Philippa Clarke, is hoping to join us tonight too. Mackenzie Jones is the Health Education Specialist for the Montana Disability and Health Program at the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Servi…
 
Doctor Thomas Moors has understood the power of the voice since he was part of a boys' choir in Belgium. He took that knowledge with him into his career and now specialises in ears, nose and throat. And now he has done what some thought impossible - formed a choir for people in the UK who have had their voice boxes surgically removed, mostly becaus…
 
This past weekend I put together a photowalk centred around using the constraints of a single roll of film to see what my fellow photographers came up with. It was a great day of photography and conversation. Thank you to everything for coming out and especially to Lee Kelly for his amazing gift. Support the show (https://paypal.me/jasonteale)…
 
It's been a few weeks since I last checked in, I apologize for that. The last days of lockdown felt like they were going to drag on forever. Then all of a sudden, some of the gates starting coming down in green zones and we were free to take a walk, pick up some takeaway, and even do some shopping. Either waiting at the door of the store for someon…
 
We’re slinging arrows this week and talking all things archery. The rare medieval hobby that both Christine and Tom have experience with. Amazingly the new MCU show Hawkeye did not come up even once, but we did solve a problem concerning buying souvenirs for neighbors. Master Archer - Howard Hill: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zo8UZneuggE Lars An…
 
#050: Aaron Tam is the founder and host of the First Generations Podcast. He is also a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and martial artist that loves to devote his time in networking and personal growth. Growing up in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, he was raised in an immigrant household with a scarcity mindset. Through walking his own…
 
History has long seen people protest against government-imposed restrictions, designed to stem pandemics. Meanwhile, opposition to vaccination is as old as vaccination itself. Yet anyone who thought rioting in the face of disease was something consigned to the distant past has had a rude awakening this week. There have been violent protests in Aust…
 
Since the mass internment of Uyghurs and other indigenous groups in China was first reported in 2017, there is now a rich body of literature documenting recent human rights abuses in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. However, there is little knowledge of the actual perpetrators inside China’s vast and opaque party-state system. A report publis…
 
For many years, acclaimed Brazilian pianist Joao Carlos Martins graced the world's most famous concert halls, performing as a pianist and celebrated interpreter of Johann Sebastian Bach's music. He'd studied the piano since he was eight years old, and by the age of 21 had made his debut at the Carnegie Hall in New York sponsored by Eleanor Roosevel…
 
Korea24 – 2021.11.25. (Thursday) News Briefing: The Bank of Korea raised its key interest rate to the one percent range for the first time in 20 months. The bank’s monetary policy board raised the rate by zero-point-25 percentage points to one percent during a meeting on Thursday. The BOK meanwhile maintained the country's economic growth outlook a…
 
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