One of the founders of 10 Magazine, Steve arrived in Korea in 1995. He completed the Korean language program from both Seoul National University in 1998, then became the first Westerner to get a Masters in Teaching Korean as a Second Language from Yonsei University. The author of Survival Korean and Survival Korean: Basic Grammar Skills.
Laura is a native of Dallas, Texas. She grew up eating 불고기 (bulgogi) instead of hot dogs on the Fourth of July and took homemade 김밥 (kimbap) rolls to her national volleyball tournaments.
Originally from The Netherlands, Anna has made her home in Seoul. She loves to procrastinate from studying for her MA by exploring the best kimbap places and hidden parks in Seoul.
Sophie is spending her semester abroad at Korea University whilst feeding her unhealthy obsession with cats, iced mochas and noraebang sessions. She is a fervent writer, photographer, dancer and advocate for the disabled community.
Yeji is a Korean-Canadian who has lived back and forth Seoul, Vancouver, and Toronto her entire life.
Albert Kim is a Korean-American currently enjoying life in Seoul. He studies Film and Media at Arizona State University and used to be an avid ice hockey player. His writing focuses mainly on entertainment, sports, and politics.
Emilie is a French Student from Toulouse, South West of France. She is currently studying Management of Cultural and Humanitarian Projects. She loves traveling and learning about new cultures and new languages.
Janet is pursuing a BA in Asian Studies at The University of British Columbia. Currently, she is in Seoul enjoying her semester abroad at Seoul National University. She loves to travel and reads Monocle when she’s not traveling.