Hello reader, welcome to my blog! I don’t know how you found yourself on here, but hopefully you’ll stick around.
First of all, I’m going to introduce myself (because isn’t that what everyone does when they start a blog?). My name is Seung Park, born in the Republic of Korea, currently residing in the States, graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a double major in history and journalism with a focus on strategic communications.
But really, what is this blog about? In other words, why should you stop by to take in a couple of words from some Asian-American from the Midwest backwater?
My blog is just one of hundreds, if not hundreds of thousands out there. I’m sure everything I say here has been already covered by another blogger, and possibly, probably, far better than I ever can. I hold no illusions in that regard – I am not the best blogger, nor will I ever be (unless I suddenly discover a hitherto-unknown faucet of literary creativity that will allow me to become eloquent in English dictation).
I suppose you can say that this is my own little corner of the world. I’ve carved this little niche out for myself, and I will protect it. So bugger off, spammers. Nigerian prince or not, I’m not interested, thanks.
Once again – I hold no illusions, and I will be immensely thankful if you only spare a few seconds to glance over my writing. Because that’s the most I can do in this overpopulated, over-informed world where everyone seems to be rushing towards point B from point A without stopping in between at point C to take a breather.
I’d like to be that point C. I’d like to be that place where you can stop by in the middle of wheeling and dealing and rat-racing and talking and walking and shouting, and enjoy yourself for a few minutes.
Finally, if you want to check me out on other social media – Pinterest, Twitter, and the like – simply click on the [My Networks] tab on the menu above. Happy surfing.
Glad you dropped by – here’s hoping that you’ll be able to find your Life, the Universe, and Everything, and maybe you could help me find mine!