Chad and friends in Nylon Korea.
I feel so proud to be able to say that I know or have at least met those fashionistas somewhere in Seoul! 
David Sheldrick (http://davidsheldrick.com) is in Thailand at the moment. I just randomly googled the Internet and found another article about him on Pingbook Entertainment. It has a Facebook page with over 18 000 fans.. ^_^ The whole article is in Thai and Google Translator isn’t helping me much, so if anyone here is able to translate it, please do so! 
Chad (http://www.thexoxokids.com) has one of the coolest blogs in Korea, and Cory and Sarah are also bloggers at Misuda Magazine. You must just love their posts! ^_^ By the way, Misuda Magazine has a Facebook Group Page now, you should join, I think it’s the easiest way to subscribe to a blog. Especially if you’re somebody like me who is in a total mess of RSS. Bloglovin is a good option too, but where do you spend most of your time? Facebook, right?
Before I carry on admiring everybody else I better stop here, and get my act together too.
So, I think I’m going to be late now, but I’ll try to go to an event about the Korean digital world in Gangnam tonight: I mean, I may have studied Digital Media in Germany, but I feel that I have a lot to catch up here, for example even the social media ecosystem differs slightly. Ever heard of Cyworld or Naver? It’s kind of the Korean version of Facebook and Google.
Then, I’ll head over to Platoon Kunsthalle to see the Planet B-Boy movie. I plan to write detailly about it in another blog post… 
So, Digital Marketing and Advertising, here I come.


High-res
Chad in Nylon David in Nylon Sarah in Nylon Melisa in Nylon Chad and friends in Nylon Korea.
I feel so proud to be able to say that I know or have at least met those fashionistas somewhere in Seoul! David Sheldrick (http://davidsheldrick.com) is in Thailand at the moment. I just randomly googled the Internet and found another article about him on Pingbook Entertainment. It has a Facebook page with over 18 000 fans.. ^_^ The whole article is in Thai and Google Translator isn’t helping me much, so if anyone here is able to translate it, please do so! Chad (http://www.thexoxokids.com) has one of the coolest blogs in Korea, and Cory and Sarah are also bloggers at Misuda Magazine. You must just love their posts! ^_^ By the way, Misuda Magazine has a Facebook Group Page now, you should join, I think it’s the easiest way to subscribe to a blog. Especially if you’re somebody like me who is in a total mess of RSS. Bloglovin is a good option too, but where do you spend most of your time? Facebook, right? Before I carry on admiring everybody else I better stop here, and get my act together too. So, I think I’m going to be late now, but I’ll try to go to an event about the Korean digital world in Gangnam tonight: I mean, I may have studied Digital Media in Germany, but I feel that I have a lot to catch up here, for example even the social media ecosystem differs slightly. Ever heard of Cyworld or Naver? It’s kind of the Korean version of Facebook and Google. Then, I’ll head over to Platoon Kunsthalle to see the Planet B-Boy movie. I plan to write detailly about it in another blog post… So, Digital Marketing and Advertising, here I come.

Recent comments

Blog comments powered by Disqus