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Living in Korea

Living in Korea: Peter Stolker

Peter talks about becoming a dad, shares tips on how to get a public school teaching job, and gives insight into how Korea is doing with the current COVID-19 situation.

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Life After Korea

Life after Korea: Doug Baumwoll

Doug is a thinker, a philosopher, and a traveler. He has over 20 years of teaching experience in Korea, Spain, India, and Costa Rica. He has also worked as a freelance Spanish teacher. In December 2018, he was diagnosed with giloblastoma, the most aggressive type of brain cancer. He joins

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Everyday Heroes

Everyday Heroes: AJ Garcia

AJ talks about how his journey into animal activism began, his investigative work in Korea and the US, and being vegan and raising a vegan child as a single dad.

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Life after Korea: Geoff’s Story

Geoff went to Korea as one and came back to Canada as a family of four. Listen as he shares his experiences teaching at a university in Korea, meeting his soulmate, and adopting two special boys.

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Up Close and Personal

Forever a Rock & Roll Queen

Barbara has traveled and played gigs in rock bands for as long as she can remember. She has rescued and held a bald eagle. She has driven more than 6,500 people in her car.

Up Close and Personal

She Loves Her Wife and Twins

Erin shares how she and her wife decided who would conceive their child, talks about the unexpected surprise when they found out they were carrying twins, and tells us why she chose to become a surrogate for her best friend.

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A Mother and Son’s Journey with Cystic Fibrosis

Beth Gobeil opens up about what it was like to almost lose her son, Donovan, to CF, talks about how she moved through anxiety and grief through the unknown, and shares how writing became a way to not only share Donovan’s story, but to heal from the pain and uncertainty.