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I'm just stopping by here to say that I miss Korean food.
13 October 2004
Korea Life Blog - Island of Fantasy Korea Edition
To anyone who may still be interested: the book is ready for ordering in Korea. English only. It looks pretty good. The price is only 10,000 won which includes the shipping.
Click the picture below to find out how to order.
By the way, it turns out it will be cheaper for me to ship the book anywhere in the world besides America from Korea. This is because it's cheaper to print books here and, of course, there are no Lulu fees. Also, international shipping, even to Canada, is cheaper from here than from America.
If you live in America, just use the Lulu site. It's still a decent price and you can get it within days.
This is the Korea edition. The cover looks much better than in this photo, I just realized, but now I'm too lazy to take a new shot. Lots of wonderfully fascinating ordering information available by clicking the picture anyway.
If anyone would like to design the cover for the second printing later on, the dimensions should be 6X9 and set to 300-600 DPI. I'll give you credit in the book and on the back cover as well as a couple of free copies when it's printed. You can use any photo from my website or any that you have. Just e-mail me if you are interested. Kojebook@gmail.com
Come back tomorrow for an update on how I lectured my Class A students on paying attention and also for a few wonderful photos of squid. I'd do the post tonight, but Julie's going to ring my neck if I spend another minute on this computer.