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International Seminar Presentation: Glocalization of Korean Food in the Philippines 

June 6, 2017


I’ve been wanting to start doing research on Korean food in the Philippines, so when the opportunity presented itself, I grabbed it. Thanks to University of Seoul’s Professor Song Jung Eun who invited me, I was able to present my paper titled “Glocalization of Korean Food in the Philippines” at the International Seminar on Glocalizing […]

Multicultural Family’s Election Experience ​(다문화가족 선거이야기)

April 12, 2017


For research purposes,  I went to the Seoul Global Cultural Center’s hour-long talk on the Multicultural Family’s Election Experience (다문화가족 선거이야기). I was hoping to get a glimpse of how the Korean government puts forward it’s multicultural agenda,  and whether,  as various research works assert, Korea’s multicultural project is just “assimilation”.  I thought that the […]

My research on Korean Studies is indexed at Union Catalog of Thai Academic Libraries (UCTAL)

August 6, 2016


Posting this screenshot here, for posterity. It’s my thesis for my degree in MA Korean Studies, a joint international program of Chulalongkorn University in Thailand and Seoul National University in Korea. I studied under an ASEAN University Network Scholarship award. Hope my thesis could be of help to future researchers in the field!

Thai National Research Council

September 26, 2015


Surprising things turn up when you google yourself. Today, for example, I found this: It turns out that my thesis “Representations of Southeast Asian Wives Under the Korean Gaze” during my MA Korean Studies stint at Chulalongkorn University was included in the database of Thai National Research Council. How cool is that? A part of me […]

The Koreanist who is also a Southeast Asianist: On being a paper presenter at the Bridges to Southeast Asia Workshop in Ateneo de Manila University

March 29, 2015


Being called a Southeast Asianist at the workshop called “Bridges to Southeast Asia: Perspectives from the Ateneo” sent music to my ears. Although I studied Korean Studies and identify as a Koreanist, being a Southeast Asian person who is concerned about Southeast Asian issues makes me interested in Southeast Asia, as well. Moreover, since my […]

On being a speaker and panel chair at the 1st Filipino International Researchers, Scholars, and Trainees Symposium (6 January 2015)

January 24, 2015


Thanks to the invitation of a fellow Filipino scholar who studied in Korea, I got the chance to present my research on the representations of Southeast Asian migrant wives in Korean film and television at the Filipino International Researchers, Scholars, and Trainees Symposium held last January 6, 2015 at the First Pacific Leadership Academy in […]

Representations of Southeast Asian Wives Under the Korean Gaze

December 14, 2014


If ever you’re looking for the research paper “Representations of Southeast Asian Wives Under the Korean Gaze” by Michelle Camille Correa (that’s me!), you can find it in this conference proceeding: First National Conference 2014 on ASEAN Dynamics in Localism and Globalization by the Interdisciplinary Studies Department of Thammasat University – Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok, […]