My front page story for Outpost on Okinawa, first published in 2016, now available online! From awamori and pig ears, to the Ryukuan Kingdom and the U.S. marines, all that’s good, bad, and ugly in the tropical Japanese islands. Read it at Outpost!
My first major travel feature, on Seoul, this one was print-only at Outpost for three years. But here it is, in all its pre-Olympic glory! Read it at Outpost!
It’s a horror! Which is why the airport bar is so essential, even if it’s so awful. Read the full investigation at Modern Drunkard Magazine!
In what will probably be my final serious story about Korean society for a while, here I dissect the country’s abysmal treatment of HIV+ and AIDS patients. Read it at the Diplomat.
My cover feature for the first (and possibly only) edition of N3Con magazine, on journalism, censorship, and technology in Asia. You can read it at ISSUU.
Getting up at 9:00 on six winter Sundays in a row was all worth it, to document the crazy goings on at Yoido Full Gospel Church. Speaking in tongues, healing the sick, raising the crippled, emptying your pockets — there’s nothing the Great Rev. Cho cannot do. Read it at VICE!
My first story for the Diplomat, a feature on how South Korea went from an irreligious, Shamanistic culture to one of the most dominant Christian nations in the world. Read it here!
A story I’ve long wanted to write, for a magazine I’ve long wanted to write for. My expose of Korea’s dreadful treatment of non-white English teachers. Read it at THIS!
My fourth cover story for Groove magazine, on the difficulties – and occasional horrors – faced by migrant workers in South Korea. Read it at Groove.