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International Seminar Presentation: Glocalization of Korean Food in the Philippines 

June 6, 2017

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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 […]

My face is at the front page of Korea.Net, Korea’s government website–Oh, and my article, too! =)

December 30, 2014

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I’m not sure if this will be the first and last time that I’ll see my face on a Korean government website such as Korea.Net, so I made sure to grab a screen shot of it. You know, for posterity’s sake. Who was it that said that in the future (and that future is NOW), […]

Representations of Southeast Asian Wives Under the Korean Gaze

December 14, 2014

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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, […]