Migook, or 미국 사람, means "American" in the Korean language; the name of the show is a tribute to our life as expats. Our community is a mix of expats, travelers, and global-minded citizens. We value honesty over glamour, and we appreciate the authenticity of a heartfelt, living-room style discussion over coffee.
#71 The Final Episode
Today we discuss our reasons for ending the podcast, as well as our plans for the future.
#70 What is a Chaebol?, Seoul's Real Estate Crisis, and a Brief History of Modern Korea
(0:00) Life Updates (10:00) Chaebols, Samsung, LG, Hyundai, Chung Ju-Yung, Chung Mong-Koo, Chung Eui-Sun (38:00) Seoul's Real Estate Crisis, Housing Prices in Songdo, Rising Rental Prices in Korea (55:00) Complex Systems like the Human Body, the Environment, and the Economy.
#69 Chuseok Holiday Report / Ayishat Akanbi on Being Offended and Taking Things Personally
We're back from the holiday!
#68 The Social Dilemma, Emotional Reactions, Polarization in America
We watched the Social Dilemma over the weekend and we've got A LOT to talk about today.
#67 Multi-Cultural Couples, Korean Fashion, K-Drama Tropes, and Giving Birth in Korea
We're all over the place today! Check the full show notes for time markers for different subjects. This is a fun episode, fueled by cool weather and hot espresso. Enjoy!
#66 Anti-racism, Critical Race Theory, OHSU Cancels Covid Study, Steve Nash Hiring, Oregon Cares Fund
Trying to make sense of Anti-racism and Critical Race Theory in America. Three examples we discuss are 1) OHSU cancelling a Covid-19 study, 2) ESPN reporting on the Steve Nash Hiring, and 3) The Oregon Cares Fund dedicating 62 million dollars to black families.
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Relatable, chill and refreshing.
Loves me some Migook Monday with Jackson and April!
It’s so nice to tune into honest and relatable conversations about what it’s like to be an expat in Korea. To chat openly about the awesome parts and some of the not-so-awesome parts of living abroad and to know that as an expat— we all experience the same stuff in different ways! Thank you to the Tandy’s for sharing your journey with us! I look forward to your new episodes every week!
I always look forward to these being uploaded on Mondays. I listen at work while I organize myself for the week. I enjoy hearing your views of the world, whether it’s about Korea, travelling, or chatting about the regular ups and downs of life, you’re both very relatable and down to earth.