One of the founders of 10 Magazine, Steve arrived in Korea in 1995. He completed the Korean language program from both Seoul National University in 1998, then became the first Westerner to get a Masters in Teaching Korean as a Second Language from Yonsei University. The author of Survival Korean and Survival Korean: Basic Grammar Skills.
Laura is a graduate of The University of Mississippi, where she played volleyball and ate lots of fried chicken. She loves exploring all of Seoul's mini-cultures, from burlesque to esports.
Albert Kim is a Korean-American currently enjoying life in Seoul. He studies Film and Media at Arizona State University and used to be an avid ice hockey player. His writing focuses mainly on entertainment, sports, and politics.
Originally from The Netherlands, Anna has made her home in Seoul. She loves to procrastinate from studying for her MA by exploring the best kimbap places and hidden parks in Seoul.
Yeji is a Korean-Canadian who has lived back and forth Seoul, Vancouver, and Toronto her entire life.
A Filipino writer and editor who's loving (and trying to survive) her first winter in Seoul :P
Jane is a writer and traveler from Brisbane, Australia currently living in Seoul. She has a Bachelor of Commerce and Masters in Journalism, to follow her adventures find her on instagram @jane_mhny
Julie is a current university student in the USA and is spending her semester abroad in Seoul. Studying for a BA in international management, she loves to travel and learn about new cultures. She also loves to dance, play music, and eat delicious food.
Lauren Place is a student in Comparative Literature and Statistics at Northwestern University in the U.S. Living in Seoul for language studies, she has developed a penchant for green tea flavored sweets and nangmyeon noodles.
Younha recently graduated from university in the US studying architecture and visual arts. She also loves sushi, photography, and caramel lattes. She is enthusiastically looking for ways to expand her design skills and travel the world.