Julia was back in Seoul for a visit. We chat about her past life in Seoul, her experience get a regular job, the charms of the NYC subway system, and her plans now that she’s decided to pack up and find a new place to live.
I went to Tokyo and talked with RJ about his life overseas, North Korea, biking across America, and living the hobo life.
I meet Brian at his home in Salem, Oregon. We talk about life in Korea, his motorcycle accident, and his life back in the States.
Anthony and I talk about his time in South America, living in Korea, urban exploration, cock fighting, the Galapagos Islands and more.
I meet Phil, Anthony, Chris in London to talk about the old days teaching in Korea, how they ended up there, readjusting to life back home, and the Korean influence around the world.
I went to talk to Chris in his hometown of Wendover in Aylesbury, England. We talked about why you shouldn't arm wrestle, adjusting to live back home, and romantic trips to South East Asia.
Back in January I went to Copenhagen to see Luke. We chatted about life back in Korea, elderly care, behavioral sink, economics, politics, and more.
Tim and I talk about life in Korea, settling into NY, and changing attitudes at home.
Dan and I talk about his time living in the U.S., IMF, and the downsides of going into business with a friend.
Megha and I talk about life in Korea, Japan, and readjusting to life back home.
Conor has lived and worked in the UK, Italy, Korea, and Thailand. We talk about sex tourists, eating scorpions, and why you shouldn’t try to run out on a taxi fare.
Whitney and Fadhil talk with me about dating, partying, and surviving in Saudi Arabia, their wedding in Tanzania, and making a life together in Seoul.
This is the first real episode of the podcast. Scott and I talk about living in Korea, health care, and interesting coworkers.
Here is a quick introduction to a new podcast I've been working on. Every 2 weeks I'll post up a new conversation with someone who has experience living outside their home countries. I'll be traveling around talking to people who have returned to their home countries as well as people currently living abroad. Hope you enjoy it.