Living in Wonju South Korea, These Many Long Years

Living in Wonju South Korea, These Many Long Years: Version 2.0!

Friday, December 17, 2010

Who reads this nonsense?


Let me know who you are.

Make it up if you feel the muse tugging at your sleeve.

Email in profile.

Get quoted!  Here and now!  Before I decide to walk away from this small endeavor and again put my energies into other things.

Do it Now!

For now enjoy some 1986.

And for the record I would totally go down on Natalie Portman.


The Todd said...

The Todd reads it. I enjoy it for a brief distraction. But from my experience in the blogosphere, unless you act like a bit of an asshat, begging for controversy, or are a kiss ass/shameless self promoter, you aren't going to get much attention in the cyber-circle-jerk. As well, if you force people to submit comments by reading those stupid green whatchamacallits and typing in ZyGotists129r...more than a few people won't have it in them to deal with it.

I've lost interest in my blog now that I am forced to go outside every so often.

Anonymous said...

If you are interest in Korea culture it should be more informations for the new person to come. Many want to know about the simple fact and learn about the history and expect of life. So who is good audience member to visit? Just maybe you need thinking more about who can visit here.

F5Waeg said...

um, right. Check out the Korean Blog List link to the right if you really need to find some of that

jakeinkorea said...

I enjoy reading your blog. My favorite types of blogs are the those where people just give commentaries on their day-to-day lives. I wish I could have a blog like that, but I can't write about my real life too much without incriminating myself or risking my family members reading things about me that I don't want them to read about.

I also like the short posting format with a few posts and thoughts spread out over the course of a day. Mr. Wonderful had the same style before, and it was fun to read his blog because he made little postings throughout the day. No matter how mundane your life seems, it will always be interesting to other people. That's one thing that really trips me up about the internet.

Another thing you will find that is that lots of people probably read your blog often, but just don't leave comments. My site doesn't get too many comments, but when I changed from Blogspot to Wordpress I think I got over 180 emails asking for my new website address.

I enjoy your blog because I can picture myself living your life. I'm also married to a Korean, and will probably be having kids in the near future. It's need reading the blogs of other longer-termers.

F5Waeg said...

Todd: hey! Don't be a tease! Inquiring minds demand an update on the camp saga!

Jake: thanks for the kind words. I would take this opportunity to draw attention to what I've written in the sidebar concerning the veracity of what I write herein

Roarchild said...

I read your blog.

I also went through that "what the **** do I do now moment" that you did and made the same choice.

Different reasons though, mine were more "well I wasn't doing much anyway" :P

Anonymous said...

I read it. I've lived here a bit longer than you have, and I like your stuff on culture and Korean products. You should do more of that. Sure, guys like you and me should already know all that stuff, but its nice to be reminded from time to time and I think your way of presenting it is much better than reading someone trying to lecture you.

As for the married family stuff, not really my thing. I've been divorced for four years, but thankfully she couldn't have kids.

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