Reactions From South Korea About The Recent Tension With North Korea

by Jason

The tension between North and South Korea has been brought into the spotlight once again the past few months. This time it began with the sinking of a South Korean warship killing 46 seamen.  The most recent event was Kim Jung Il and North Korea making threats of a nuclear deterrence. During this entire period, […]

Dating in Korea

by Sharon

I’m going to just put this out there: if I were single in Korea, I wouldn’t exactly be a hot commodity to Koreans.  Although this is just a theory of mine, I think I have observed Korean couples enough within the past 4-5 months to feel like it’s true.  Here’s why…

How To Create Anonymous Email Addresses (Like Craigslist) Using Google Apps

by Jason

In the following post, I’ll be explaining how to create anonymous email addresses for users of your website (similar to the one’s used on Craigslist) using Google Apps and a PHP script.

Koreans Getting Crunk- The culture of drinking

by Sharon

Koreans love them some alcohol.  They love them some alcohol in the morning, in the afternoon, at night, and then again in the morning.  And then when they’re at work, they love them some alcohol at lunch with their coworkers and bosses.  It never seems to end. Before coming here, Jason and I were warned […]

Financial Update – 9 Months of Travel

by Jason

With just about 2 months left until we head back home, I thought this would be a good time to do a financial update and let you know where we stand. For those who don’t know, we saved $50,000 for our planned year-long trip. We initially thought we would need around $125 per day. However, […]

Personal Update: What’s going on in Busan?

by Sharon

As I write this update, Jason and I have been cooped up in our ridiculously small quaint and charming studio apartment in Busan, South Korea due to pouring rainfall all day.  We were lucky enough to find this apartment from a Korean man who speaks excellent English and rents out only to Foreigners.  At a […]

Keys To China – A New Project

by Jason

For the past month or so, I’ve been working on a new side project. Unfortunately, this has taken a lot of my focus away from UnAnchor, but I’m excited about the opportunity the side project will addressing. The company’s name is “Keys To China” and it’s a place for job seekers to look for jobs […]

My First World Cup

by Sharon

I’m happy to announce that the World Cup 2010 was the first time that I ever found myself enjoying soccer!  Being in a foreign country, where the people actually watch soccer in between World Cups, was one of the more exciting things we’ve experienced on this trip. As you may know, South Korea made the […]

The Rest Of The Trip’s Itinerary

by Jason

Click to enlarge Sharon and I have now officially booked and planned the rest of our trip, including our return flight back to the states. In this post, I’ll give you a quick update on our plans for the next few months.