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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 […]

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

December 30, 2014


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


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, […]