Hello. Se-Woong Koo here, the founder and editor of KOREA EXPOSÉ (excuse the all-capital letters; it's part of our new branding).
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This time almost all the writing will be done by yours truly, although I hope to attract guest writers in the future when a particular expertise is called upon (I never claim that I know all there is to know about Korea).
I will be writing minimum twice a week, although three times will be ideal. I will touch upon contemporary affairs in Korea and comment on foreign media reporting about Korea that invites applause or criticism.
Our new slogan is "the Internet's No. 1 Explainer for All Things Korean". Korea is an interesting country (but what country isn't?), one that isn't served well enough by traditional English-language (or German- or French- for that matter) media, and I hope to make up for the gap they have created as global attention to the country increases.
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Thank you again. I look forward to communicating with you regularly from now on about everything that is fascinating about Korea.