'It is high time that a new book be written about Korea, and Jennifer Barclay's fresh, amusing and light-hearted take on the country seems to be precisely the right approach.' - Simon Winchester. Feeling professionally burned out after turning 30, Jennifer Barclay had a hankering to experience something different. But after quitting her job and moving to South Korea with her boyfriend, she soon found life in Seoul lonely and bewildering. Desperate to connect with Korean life and people, she wandered the country alone, where the people's kindness and pride in their culture slowly began to work its magic.a#39;It is high time that a new book be written about Korea, and Jennifer Barclaya#39;s fresh, amusing and light-hearted take on the country seems to be precisely the right approach.
|Title||:||Meeting Mr Kim ; Or how I Went to Korea and Learned to Love Kimchi|
|Publisher||:||Wakefield Press - 2008|