The Great Korean Sketchbook Dump, PART 1
THE GREAT KOREAN SKETCHBOOK DUMP!
In the fall of 2010 I was invited for a radio interview with Arirang, as representative of the ‘TaLK’ English teachers living in Jeju.
A fellow guest on the program, a catholic cleric who operated a support network for immigrant workers on Jeju Island.
The station programmer, hard at work … uh … programming, I would assume. Or writing erotic Harry Potter fanfiction — your guess is as good as mine.
Pedestrians in outside of Cafe Bene, Jeju City.
Scooter detail drawing:
The well-known writer-in-exile Christian Yetter ponders international intrigue and government conspiracies from the comfort of a beachside coffee shop.
A well-spent afternoon spent painting on a bench outside Jeju City’s city hall. Everytime I do this — everytime I sit down and just draw for a few hours — I promise myself I ought to do it every day … and then I don’t 🙁
Summer evenings with friends spent on the seawall in the Tapdong neighborhood of Jeju City, watching the tourists riding their rental bikes up and down the boardwalk: