Probably my favourite story to date, on Korea’s mad drinking culture. Check it out at Modern Drunkard Magazine!
The Makgeolli Shack is an Insadong institution, one of the last great underground drinking coves in a sea of gentrification. Read my story on it at Roads & Kingdoms.
Second of three columns for Outpost travel magazine, about traveling South Korea. This one is dedicated to Korea’s twin natural attractions, its islands and mountains. Read it at Outpost.
Kimchi is the lifeblood of the Korean – but increasingly, that lifeblood is coming from China. Read the story at Munchies!
Ewhaju is the booze you eat with a spoon. Though it’s over 800 years old, most Koreans have never heard of it. Read it at Groove.