Social Change in Modern Korea

Yesterday was awesome on several levels: hung out with my former UCLA TA (Dr. Paul Y. Chang), guest lectured for his class *Social Change in Modern Korea* on the topic of *Transracial Korean Adoption: History, Issues & Representations*, ate 팥빙수 with my dear friend Kyunghee at 청계천 (see image header and read “about the header” on my about page), and had dinner with my cousin Banghee’s family. And then ate 팥빙수 again. Awesome, I tell you.

I gave my website address to Dr. Chang’s students, so I’m posting this entry just to say HELLO to you all! I really enjoyed chatting with you during the break and after class. For more information about transracial Korean adoption, check out the links on the left sidebar (under Adoptee Organizations and Adoptees Speak) or feel free to email me (spark@stkate.edu) with questions.  Study hard and good luck on your finals! ^^

2 thoughts on “Social Change in Modern Korea

  1. Alex Lee

    Hi Sarah.

    I’d like to thank you for the great lecture on Transracial adoption! It sparked my interest so much I think I will be writing my 10 page paper on this topic for my Modern Korean Society and Culture class. Glad to hear you enjoyed teaching our class. Thanks again and take care!

    Best,
    Alex(Hwajong) Lee

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