Poll results from September 2011: foreigner card and learning about Korea

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The foreigner card: where do you stand? (readers in Korea – select one)

What’s a foreigner card? (43%, 38 Votes)
I use it occasionally (25%, 22 Votes)
I use it sometimes (11%, 10 Votes)
I can’t remember the last time I played the foreigner card (10%, 9 Votes)
I use it all the time (11%, 8 Votes)

Total Voters: 88

Wha…? Nearly half of you wonderful readers don’t know about the foreigner card? Read this post to catch up.


Readers outside Korea: where do you learn the MOST about Korea? (select one)
Blogs / personal websites (47%, 26 Votes)
TV, radio, or movies (27%, 15 Votes)
Official government websites (9%, 5 Votes)
Commercial websites (5%, 3 Votes)
Friends / Family / Co-workers (5%, 3 Votes)
Books, booklets, or brochures (7%, 2 Votes)
Total Voters: 55

Interesting – the websites with the bigger budgets aren’t necessarily reaching the bigger audiences. Or it’s a slightly biased survey, given the readership that makes up a blog :)


This month’s poll questions are up! For the wonderful readers in Korea, what was your major in college / at university? For the readers outside of Korea, pretend you just arrived – what’s the first thing you want to do?

If you’re reading this in an RSS feed, check out chrisinsouthkorea.com to cast your vote.



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