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$6.99 Per Pound is a bi-weekly podcast featuring interviews with leaders and professionals from a wide variety of fields. Paying homage to Korean-owned hot food delis in New York City, the inquisitive duo Joann Park and Jaeki Cho treat listeners to a buffet of HOT takes on career, culture and community.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 51 Ratings

$6.99 Per Pound is a bi-weekly podcast featuring interviews with leaders and professionals from a wide variety of fields. Paying homage to Korean-owned hot food delis in New York City, the inquisitive duo Joann Park and Jaeki Cho treat listeners to a buffet of HOT takes on career, culture and community.

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Follow us on Instagram @699perpound
Email us at info@699perpound.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/699-per-pound/support

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
51 Ratings

51 Ratings

ohyeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ,

So fresh yet so relatable!

I always felt lucky to be living in an era of podcasts, but never thought I would find content that represents me. Thanks Jojo and Jaeki!

MasafumiAbe ,

The best!

This pod is seriously great. Am I just saying that because I was on the show as a guest? Yes. Can’t deny Jojo and Jaeki’s chemistry!

yangster13 ,

Konduit

I never felt connected to my Korean heritage growing up in America. I lacked that “Korean Pride”. But as I got older, I wanted to reconnect with my Korean heritage and find that “belong-ness” we all crave for. Well this podcast is the “Konduit” for that reconnection. All the guests in one way or other, struggled to find themselves despite constant pressure and traditional expectations of being a Korean. I can definitely relate to that. More importantly, Jaeki and Joann are real and honest with themselves by opening up about their struggles, hopes and dreams. Thanks for helping me find that “Korean Pride”.

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