welcome welcome. You've made it ! Thank goodness, I've been looking for you!
Upon my arrival in Seoul, I had the opportunity to meet with many gyopos that were from various parts of the world. We shared common experiences that most native Koreans do not face, and we bonded over the cultural ties we had to the culture we were brought up in more or less.
When I left Korea, my chances to meet more gyopos were very slim, and it was hard to find them. It was unfortunate compared to the times I spent in Korea, where you never knew what kind of gyopo you would meet that day. So I searched all over the interweb to find them. However, what I found were old websites that weren't very active, outdated blogs, and sites that just were not very popular or user friendly.
So I started this blog, along with a group on facebook and on reddit so that gyopos from any part of the country can still interact with each other and meet other gyopos in their community.
So that's why this is here; I like featuring other gyopos on this site, so send me an email if you'd like to be featured and introduce yourself to the gyopo world.
I'm not here to create the ultimate gyopo website (maybe one day), however, it's a start, and I hope you will enjoy the content on here and maybe meet another gyopo along the way :)
저는 단순한 교포가 아니에요.
자연을 사랑하고, 배우기 좋아합니다.
지금은 독일어를 배우고 있습니다.
저는 교포와 사람들을 연결하고 싶습음니다.
Ich bin Amerikanerin mit koreanischer Herkunft.
Ich bin eine Tänzerin.
Ich mag Mode.
Ich liebe die Umwelt.
Ich möchte Menschen zusammenbringen.