On The More Sibyl Podcast, Mo! talks mostly with an invited guest, who she is inspired by, on a variety of issues, related to cultural experiences or other lived experiences related to third culture. If your concept of home is fluid, you feel like you are neither here nor there, or you consider yourself a cultural hybrid, then this podcast is for you. Mo's unique perspective is derived from her experience growing up in Nigeria to now living the US, learning Korean, and enriched by the adventures her travels have brought on. Join Mo every week to get More Sibyl.
한류| The One with Mojung Sylvia Kim – On Hallyu - South Korean Pop Culture Wave: Episode 31 (2020)
In this episode, we trace it right to the beginning, examining Korea's history and the events that lead to the Korean wave, also known as "Hallyu" (a Chinese term). We examined the concepts of Han and Jeong, the writing style of K-Dramas, the unique romantic display, the dark sides of the Korean culture, amongst others.
자유의 전사| The One with Jessica Fortunes – On The EndSARS Protests in Nigeria: Episode 30 (2020)
For two weeks, young Nigerians have been protesting locally and internationally, calling for the disbandment of SARS and justice for their victims. Joining me on this episode is Jessica Fortunes, the host of @twentysomethingsrants podcast, a young Nigerian, and one of the protesters. We talked about the youth's power using their voices with social media as their tool, the key role women have played in the protests, the solidarity of the young people, and the adjustments the older generation needs to make.
라고스에서의 생활| The One with Iyanu Adedipe – On Life In Lagos: Episode 29 (2020)
In this episode, we talked about the changes that have occurred in Lagos since the last time I was there and about the excessive carbohydrate consumption (especially rice) in Nigeria.
결혼에 관하여| The One with Iyanu Adedipe – On What No One Tells You About Marriage: Episode 28 (2020)
In this episode, I have my sister-in-law, Iyanu Adedipe, on the show to talk about our marriages to twin brothers. Iyanu is married to my husband’s twin, Kehinde. She is a mixologist, a lover of rice and fish sauce, and the only one I know who goes to the movies alone. Really, who does that? #Serialkillerswannabe
잉카의 이야기| The One with Olayinka Jolaosho - On Career, Grief, and Addiction: Episode 27 (2020)
In this episode, she shares with us details of her 12-year career journey, attitude to work, and finding her unique passion in pharmacy. She also shared the pain of losing her sister to sickle cell anemia and her dad shortly after, as well as her strange but acceptable addiction.
Listen to this episode to find out how Yinka evolved from making purple candles as a child to becoming a "purple cow" in her field of expertise.
성 치료사| The One with Olayinka Favour-Alaka – On Divine Calling and Becoming a Sex Coach: Episode 26 (2020)
In this episode, she shares the background story for her various expressions, including describing herself as happily divorced, while testifying of God's grace upon her life.
This episode is a must-listen, especially if there is a conflict between your calling and your life's experiences.