I am a gyopo/교포 wife living in Seoul. I left Los Angeles to start a new life with my film professor husband.  Here you’ll get to see what I learned, what I did, what I noticed and more. Occasionally there will be baby talk since we have a son and another on the way.

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32 Responses to “About”

  1. stacey Says:

    in these first words i can already hear your voice. it’s perfect. i miss you.

  2. gyopowife Says:

    thanks. this is a work in progress, with much room for improvement.

  3. bibomedia Says:

    🙂

  4. David Says:

    Great website!

    Gives my family back in the USA a great perspective of Korean life from an American.

  5. Sheri Says:

    Hi,
    My friend Jenna stumbled across your blog and introduced me to it. She is helping to educate me on Korean culture. I’m a teacher with plans to come to South Korea next year to teach English. Your blog has been the most informative I have yet to read. You have such an amazing sense of humor. I hope that you will be open to communicating with me. 🙂

    ~Sheri

  6. KJ Mama Says:

    Hi,
    I stumbled across your blog as I am also a gyopo from LA that recently moved to Korea. However, I am also a new mom to a 9 month old… if you know of other new foreign moms in Korea that are open to communicating, please advise.

    Thanks!


  7. I love your site. Keep it up !

  8. korean Says:

    I saw the phrase about korean’s mask.

    but, I want to tell you Korean usually wear mask for exercising to protect sunset. you know like sunscreen.<> most of user of mask is for old man or old woman and mid-woman . ’cause they have many interests for health. that’s why they always take jogging in morning. I think I have a problem with a English_ the language. but I’m sorry about that.
    if you have a question or reply, then contact me! williamchoi00@gmail.com

  9. Learn Korean Says:

    Hi, great blog! Is there any way to reach you via email? Thx!

  10. Danny Kim Says:

    Hi Gyopowife,

    Love your blog!

    My name is Danny Kim, running a blog named “Technokimchi (technokimchi.com)” I was wondering if I could get in touch with you regarding a possible blog posting about a video contest campaign run by Seoul gov’t.

    Thanks! 🙂


  11. This is a good blog, I was wondering if I could use this post on my website, I will link it back to your website though. If this is a problem please let me know and I will take it down right away.

  12. lizsuk Says:

    hello, i’m a gyopo wife too living in seoul too! i’ve been looking to connect with other gyopo wives/moms.

  13. Hellen Says:

    I would like to thanks a lot for the work you have made in writing this article. I am hoping the same most effective work from you in the future as well. I loved your style I will register for your feed please keep posting! My best regards, Hellen.


  14. Very Nice website. I recently built mine and i was looking for some ideas and your website gave me some. The website was developed by you?

    Cheers

  15. James Mowery Says:

    Hello,

    I was wondering if you accept guest post for your blog. If you do, I would like to submit a few. Thank you for your time.

    – James


  16. Hello. First of all – great blog! Secondly this article was also good and interesting to read, but I don’t think everything you have said is completely true. I will need to google about few things you have mentioned in your artcile to make sure. But anyway thanks for trying and good luck on writing other articles. P.S sorry for bad English, I aren’t English native speaker.


  17. I feel like you could probably teach a class on how to make a great blog. This is fantastic! I have to say, what really got me was your design. You certainly know how to make your blog more than just a rant about an issue. Youve made it possible for people to connect. Good for you, because not that many people know what theyre doing.

  18. Kylie Says:

    I don’t normally comment on blogs.. But nice post! I just bookmarked your site

  19. XXX Says:

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  27. Very interesting points you have observed, thank you for posting.


  28. Wow, awesome weblog format! How lengthy have you been running a blog for? you made running a blog glance easy. The whole glance of your website is magnificent, well the content material!


  29. Hey, I just started following your blog. I am a kyopo(gyopo) myself and look forward to reading some of your stuff. I think you wrote this a while back so I’m assuming now you have two kids; look forward to posts about them as well 🙂

    Jenny

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