Sherrin Hibbard Teacher, haenyeo and environmentalist To me, The Jeju Weekly is a way of finding out what’s going on in Jeju - political, environmental, social, etc... I’d like to read more about development, and environment, - “real” news. And how Jeju’s real news fits in to what’s going on in the rest of Korea.
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Jenie Hahn University lecturer and DJ for Arirang Radio’s “All That Jeju” To me, The Jeju Weekly is an excellent source of intelligent information in English that is specifically about Jeju. It is also very interesting to read about the people, places and events that I would not have otherwise known in depth. It provides an alternative view to balance what is reported from the Korean perspective. Thank you for all you have done and keep up the good work!
I’d like to read more of what you have been doing so far. I have to say that I like certain articles more than others, but I think you've got most of your bases covered.
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Steve Nicholes Missionary and dean of Word of Life Bible Institute, Jeju To me, The Jeju Weekly is the one paper I look forward to seeing and reading every two weeks. The pictures are amazing and the articles teach me things about Jeju that I wouldn’t learn any other way. I’d like to read more about Jeju dialect phrases.
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Iskandar Makhmudov Research fellow at Jeju National University To me, The Jeju Weekly is an invaluable and maybe the only source of information about Jeju-do. I’d like to read moreabout foreigners’ lifestyles and forthcoming events/activities on the island.
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Oh Ji Su Student To me, The Jeju Weekly is an expensive looking newspaper (with all those colors and the paper quality!) I’d like to read more about the life of the locals. I've always wondered how Koreans “private” lives look to foreigners. How you interpret Jeju people's behavior and so on.
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Marsha Bogolin To me, The Jeju Weekly is an essential window into Jeju now, its past, and where it's going. I’d like to read more ...Tried to think of something, but so far it seems a perfect mix.
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Cher Ann Tabuzo Mother and writer To me, The Jeju Weekly is a circulation which aims to promote Jeju in its own distinctive feature as a travel destination, trade market, sports arena, and free-international city as a whole. But this is not all, each article invites all to appreciate what Jeju has to offer, learn with the exchange of ideas from different perspective and elate the minds of both the local and foreign visitor.
I’d like to read more travel tips; how to make one's back packing more convenient, I would be interested in reading some useful dialect if I am to interact with local people in my visit, and lastly I look forward to more updated events on the island. More power!
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