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What would you do?


Korea's Ever Growing Embrace of Same-sex Couples

Gallup Korea released a daily opinion poll on the 12th of December which included a section on individuals' perception of same-sex couples in Korea. Data may be the one thing I enjoy as much as queer Korea, so I made a couple of graphs for the main questions in the poll. Unfortunately, I couldn't get a hold of the actual data set (still working on that) but I thought I would create some graphs of the main findings to the five questions related to homosexuality.

Is all Marriage Created Equal?

 

After watching the now stratospheric speech by Panti Bliss in the Abbey theatre I had an uncomfortable feeling. Why was ‘she’ so angry at ‘me’? Why did she repeatedly utter the words ‘I check myself’ almost to the point of complete irritation. Why was I so annoyed?


Help us choose a name!

If you don't follow me on Facebook, you may not know that Aaron and I are in the process of choosing a name for our beloved photography company in the making. We've narrowed it down to 4 names and are asking our family, friends, blog readers, and future brides through WeddingBee to give us their input.  It's important to us that we hear all sides and opinions.  So, that's where you come in!  We need your help, so let us know which name you think is best! 

Poll results for May 2011 (how much you make and your purpose in Korea)

Counting legal and, um, not-so-legal funds – how much do you make a month? (readers in Korea – choose ONE)

2.0 – 2.5 million won (39%, 92 Votes)

2.5 – 3.0 million won (19%, 44 Votes)

3.0 – 4.0 million won (13%, 30 Votes)

5.0 million won or more (12%, 27 Votes)

1.5 – 2.0 million won (7%, 17 Votes)

Less than 1.5 million won (6%, 15 Votes)

4.0 – 5.0 million won (4%, 9 Votes)

Total Voters: 234

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About what I would expect from a readership of teachers, professionals, and students. To the 27 of you making 5 million won a month or more – what’s your secret?

If you were to come to Korea, would it be as: (readers outside Korea – choose ONE)

An English teacher (35%, 57 Votes)

A tourist (26%, 43 Votes)

Something else (14%, 23 Votes)

A student (13%, 21 Votes)


Poll results from November 2010: commute to work and K-pop thoughts?

Wow. A huge number of voters this month came out to party in November - thanks so much!

What is your commute to work like? (for readers in Korea - 232 votes)


10 Magazine poll: And the winners are... with Alexa ranking goodness

With hat tips and congratulations, the 10 Magazine poll asking readers' favorite Korean blogs is over. With that goes an odd sort of voting - only one blog could be chosen as 'the best', and three blogs taking a majority of the vote. Considering there's 'over 300 English blogs on Korea' according to 10 Magazine (I read almost 100 of them myself), that's a bit surprising. There's nothing really at stake, and frankly I have no need to satiate my ego by a poll.

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