WSE Korea Podcast

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월스트리트잉글리쉬 코리아 영어 음성 컨텐츠로 듣고 말하는 영어 시작하세요!
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-05-04 18:46
last episode published
2018-12-31 13:30
publication frequency
31.36 days
Contributors
Wall Street English Korea author  
Sam Wigginton owner  
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Number of Episodes
79
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
31.12.2018

It's New Year's Eve!

It's New Year's Eve, 2018! You've celebrated New Year's every year, but do you know about how it's celebrated in other countries? Listen in, and you'll find out about different countries' New Year's Eve traditions!
25.10.2018

Escape Rooms

By now, you’ve probably heard of “escape rooms” – they began appearing in Korea about 3 years and they quickly became a popular spot for friends, couples, and even complete strangers to meet and compete in a battle against time. But what exactly is an ...
Wall Street English Korea author
2.10.2018

Dating in Korea

Have you ever wondered what it's like to date a foreigner in Korea? Wonder no more! Nikki from Samsung Center will tell us all about her experiences dating in Canada and in Korea, and her feelings about the positives and negatives of dating Korean men ...
Wall Street English Korea author
22.08.2018

The Written Word

In this episode, we'll be speaking with Deidrea Dewitt, a teacher at Daegu Center. Deidrea’s interests include karate and taekwondo, but today we’re going to be speaking with her about writing. She has written a few stories that sparked a lot of intere...
Wall Street English Korea author
30.07.2018

Pilates and Dance

In this episode, we'll be speaking with Nerina Foley, a teacher at Sinchon Center. Nerina is very interested in physical fitness and especially enjoys practicing Pilates and dance. She'll talk with us today about those activities and what they mean to ...
Wall Street English Korea author
1.06.2018

Grad School

In this month's podcast, we'll be speaking with Thomas Lennon, a teacher at Bundang Center. Thomas will tell us a little about his time at graduate school and why he decided to come to Korea. He'll also provide a bit of advice for any WSE students who ...
Wall Street English Korea author
14.04.2018

#73 - Traveling Man

In this episode, we speak with Niall Bailey, currently a teacher at Samsung Center. Niall used to work in another department; however, in late 2017 he decided to quit his job and travel around Europe and the United States for several months. We'll hear...
13.03.2018

#72 - Tarot

In this episode, we talk with Jeremy, a teacher at Bundang Center. Jeremy has been studying and practicing Tarot for about three years now, and has learned a lot about the history and symbolism of Tarot cards. He shares his knowledge about that, and th...
17.01.2018

#71 - International Couples

In this episode, we talk with Erin, a PT at Kangnam Center, and Josh, a former WSE teacher. Erin is Korean and Josh is American, and they've been dating for nearly 3 years. They'll share some of the experiences they had as a couple, and their advice fo...
15.12.2017

#70 - A Different Diet

In this episode, we’ll discuss food and diet with Hannah Crichton, a yoga teacher and voice artist in Seoul. You’ll hear about a very unusual – and effective – diet that you might be interested in trying out for yourself!
15.11.2017

#69 - Countryside vs. The Big City

In this episode, we will talk with Elana Roodt from our Jongro Center about her experiences living in both the countryside and big city in Korea. She has a unique perspective on Korea from living in two very different places.      
16.10.2017

#68 - Self-Care

In this episode, we will talk with Whitney Williams from our Sinchon Center about self-care. She will talk with us about the importance of taking time to focus on your mental, physical, and spiritual health.
15.09.2017

#67 - World Traveler

In this episode, we will talk with Jonathan Thompson from our Gangnam Center about some of his experiences traveling around the world. He’s been to over forty countries and he’ll share with us some of his favorite places, some tips, and some scary expe...
14.08.2017

#66 - Seoul Sub Urban

In this episode, former teacher Charlie Usher is going to talk with us about some of his projects including his blog and book, both titled Seoul Sub Urban, as well as what he’s been up to since leaving Wall Street English.
14.07.2017

#65 - All About Startups!

In this episode, I speak with Kevin Hong. Kevin works in the startup industry, and he’s going to talk with us about his some of his experiences and what he’s learned starting businesses.
15.06.2017

#64 - Homebrew

In this episode, Ryan Vandenberg joins us again to share his hobby of home brewing beer. He talks with us about what goes into making beer at home, different types of brews, and about the craft beer and home brewing scenes in Seoul.
15.05.2017

#63 - Special Olympics

Byoungho Kang does planning and marketing for Special Olympics Korea. In this episode, we talk with him about his job, Special Olympics Korea, and his previous job working for a Premier League football club.
14.04.2017

#62 - Jankura Artspace

Mike Stewart is not only a teacher at WSE, he is also an artist and runs an art studio here in Seoul called Jankura Artspace. In this episode, I talk with Mike about his art, different techniques, and Jankura Artspace.
15.03.2017

#61 - Adieu, Korea

Alex was the National Service Manager here at Wall Street English Korea, but after 10 years in Seoul he will be leaving Korea. In this episode we will talk with him about his life in Korea and his plans for the future.
15.02.2017

#60 - Cosmetics

Siobhan is the new Service Manager at WSE Yeouido Center.  In this episode she shares with us some of her knowledge about cosmetics, as well as the history, and how people use them in Korea and the U.S.A.
10.01.2017

#59 - Kinetic Art

Dan is a teacher at our WSE Shinchon Center. In this episode we talk about his back ground in art and theater, along with some of his other creative interests.  Join us to learn about kinetic sculpture, action theater and creative culture.
15.12.2016

#58 - Marathons

Scott is the Service Manager at WSE Jongro Center. His hobby is running marathons and this has taken him all over the world. Join us to hear about some of his experiences along with the places he’s been and races he’s run.
7.11.2016

#57 - Audrey Hepburn

Angela Raue is the former service manager at of WSE Bundang Center. In this podcast she will talk about the life of Audrey Hepburn. We will hear about her life during World War Two, her personal life and her acting and humanitarian careers.  Join us to...
11.10.2016

#56 - Vanuatu

Ryan is Service Manager at WSE Sinchon Center. In this episode Ryan will talk about his trip to Vanuatu. He will tell us about the history, culture and his trip to an active volcano. Join us to find out about this fascinating country.
26.01.2016

#55 - The Joys of Cancer

Regular guest Adrianne tells the story of how she beat cancer, with humor.
25.02.2015

#54 - A Beginner's Guide to NYC

 Dreaming of a trip to New York City? In this episode, learn all about The City That Never Sleeps.
4.02.2015

#53 - The UK, Great Britain, England: What's the Difference?

A lot of people have heard of 'the UK', 'Great Britain', and 'England', but did you know they are not the same?
22.01.2015

#52 - Hip Hop as a Second Language

Learn the history and culture of hip hop and find out ways how you can use this music to improve your English!
29.12.2014

#51 - Being a Vegetarian in Seoul

 Megha Dubal is the Service Manager of our Sinchon Centre, and a vegetarian. In this episode she talks about the surprising challenges involved in surviving as a strict vegetarian in Seoul.
15.12.2014

#50 - Squid Jiggin' Ground

 Jonathan Adams introduces his native island and describes what makes it distinct from other places in Canada. He also presents a selection of traditional Newfoundland folk songs.
28.10.2014

#49 - The Joy of Sailing

WSE Busan Center Service Manager Michael Watson talks about sailing, why he enjoys it, how it has influenced him, and how it has influenced the world.
15.10.2014

#48 - Men's Style

19-year resident of Korea Todd Sample left behind a career at not one but two of Korea's top government-owned companies to pursue his dream of opening a tailor shop. Now president of Well Dressed Tailor Shop, his goal is to help people develop their ow...
18.09.2014

#47 - The Success of Roaring Currents

Jason Bechervaise is a British film critic based in Seoul. A huge fan of Korean cinema, Jason is currently completing his Ph.D at Hanyang University. He’s writing his thesis on the films of Bong Joon Ho. In this episode, Jason gives his opinions on the...
18.06.2014

#46 - The Life of a Classical Musician

 Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a professional musician? From giving concerts to helping others, a classical cellist from the U.S. shares with us her musical journey here in Korea.
27.05.2014

#45 - Building an Art Community

Surviving as an artist is never easy, and it’s especially difficult when you’re living abroad. Learn how one American artist is building an art community and helping others stay creative in Seoul.
2.05.2014

#44 - In Print

'In Print' - WSE Gwanghwamun teacher Charlie Usher recently published his first book, a collection of essays on various Seoul neighborhoods that was translated into Korean and titled '찰리와 리즈의 서울 지하철 여행기.'  He talks about what it's like to write a book ...
6.04.2014

#43 - Cesar Chavez: an American Story

Yeouido Center Service Manager Daniel Galacia talks about the legacy of the American Civil Rights Hero, Cesar Chavez, and how his story has influenced the USA.
14.03.2014

#42 - How to Show Off Seoul

Former WSE Service Manager and current Sogang University Professor Tim McLaughlin talks about showing an American visitor around Seoul; what they liked, really liked, and didn't like much.
3.03.2014

#41 - Dreams to Reality

Former WSE teachers Tristan Lee Riven and John Sexton and former WSE student Minho Kim followed their dreams and started Sprocket Punk, a game company in Malaysia. Their first game "Shiftling" should be nearing completion later this year. 
5.02.2014

#40 - The Top 5 Things I Like about Korea

Scott Warden, a teacher at our Yeouido Center runs through the top five things he likes most about living in Korea.
16.01.2014

#39 - Mandela's Legacy: A Brief History of South Africa

Shandre, Service Manager of our Gangnam Center, comes from South Africa. She talks about the troubled history of South Africa and how the country now has the chance to achieve its dream of unity and common purpose.
6.01.2014

#38 - Christmas in Australia

Sam talks about what it's like to have Christmas in the southern hemisphere, in summer!
19.12.2013

#37 - Korea/Career Story

A British radio host's journey into the unexpected. Alex Jensen, host of ‘This Morning’ on TBS eFM tells the surprising story of how he came to be where he is.
1.12.2013

#36 - Homesick

Former WSE teacher, Jacob McEndollar, shares stories of dealing with homesickness in both Korea and America.
17.11.2013

#35 - The First Thanksgiving

Shinchon Center Service Manager Ryan tells us the surprising history behind the first Thanksgiving in America.
4.11.2013

#34 - From beginner to black belt: How I learned Taekwondo in Korea

Samsung Center Service Manager Tyler talks about his experience of taking up Taekwondo and staying with it all the way up to second degree black belt.
14.10.2013

#33 - Peter Bint on Being Half Korean

Peter Bint is a host of EBS's English Go! Go! He is half Korean, was born in Hong Kong, raised in England, and now lives in Korea. In this episode he talks about multiculturalism and what life is like for him being half-korean in Korea. 
25.09.2013

#32 - 10 Fun English Expressions

Sam chooses 10 of his favorite expressions from our latest free e-Book and talks about them in more detail. 
23.08.2013

#31 - Learning English is Like an Endurance Sport

Jesse is an instructor at Hongik University and a triathlon addict. In this episode he talks endurance sports and why on earth people participate in them despite all the pain and suffering.
31.07.2013

#30 - The Dangers of Digital Life

Justin is a former WSE teacher who now works in the video game industry. He talks about how the internet is changing the way we live, and not always for the best.