I created this blog in order to help me organize my adventures, mainly in South Korea but will also include other countries I have visited.  Who knows, might even be able to put together a book eventually.  The name of the blog is a romanization of the Korean word for story. “Eyagee” (Korean: 이야기) means ‘Story’. This is my story.

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  2. Appreciate the like of “The Balcony”…what ere your thoughts after reading it?…The data that you bring back is invaluable; be careful wkile there…saailer

    • Hi David. I must apologize as I read so much I can’t recall that post. Can you send me the link? WordPress.com is kinda deploarable when it comes to searching for things like this :(

    • Thanks for thanking me ;) It is defintely an interesting one. I think I’m one of the few people who like the old Chinese curse of ‘may you live in interesting times’ :D Thanks for reading!

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my post Dress Size Denial Disorder. I look forward to following your blog!

  4. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and liking my post! I will definitely swing by your blog. I love to know more about your adventures and Korea in general I think is fascinating country! God bless you!

  5. Thank you for liking my latest post. You have some pretty interesting posts on such intriguing countries as North and South Korea. Thank you for your efforts on educating people on what’s really going on, beyond the media hype and all.

    • Well, if have a university degree and are a native english speaker, teaching english here is a very quick and easy way to start ;) And you are quite welcome!

      • I’m preparing my magister in computer science (a degree higher than master) but English isn’t my native language, but I’m trying to pass TOEFL test (If that will work !!) Thanks for advices :)

      • Ah, well then you are not likely to get a job here teaching English. North America, England, South Africa and Australia are pretty much where they recruit from. Not saying it is impossible but highly unlikely.

        Interesting to read about a Magister’s degree. It’s about the equivalent to a Master’s in North America it seems.(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magister_%28degree%29) International accreditation is always complicated, I have read. Good luck with it! Tech stuff is always cool! I recently decided to take up Python for programming :)

  6. Nice to meet you and looking forward to following your Adventures in SK… Stay Safe Stay Blessed… Peace… oh and thanks for the like, More Music to come. Cya round…

  7. Thanks again for your time this weekend. You were more than a test subject for the settings, you were actually part of the first step for HarsH ReaLiTy in it’s transition. I appreciate that far more than words can express and I hope you are impressed with the next phases of my endless plan. Again you have my thanks and I hope you will consider writing for HarsH ReaLiTy again. If so feel free to see the new sign up board. Cya on the boards.


  8. Hello Dragondon,
    A blast from the past…. need some advice on vpn issues… are you able to help?
    Just a randon ranger from down south…
    Your southern sister,

  9. Hi, Dragondon.
    I came upon your blog and was very surprised by how well organized and interesting it was!

    I’m currently working for a Korea online travel site called trazy.com, where basically any person can share their travel discoveries (destinations) of Korea.

    Since you’re a passionate travel blogger, it dawned on me that there could be great things that we could talk about and suggest.

    Please let me know if you’re interested and it’d be great if you could send us an e-mail to supportcrew@trazy.com and possibly meet up to discuss things.

    Looking forward to reply.

    Sincerely, Kristine.

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