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Pursuing Happy Episode 4

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During my time at Lotte Department Store with Simon we got thirsty and decided to go down to the food court. Coincidentally there was a little juice stand called happy juice. One of the employees at “Happy Juice” was kind enough to give me an interview after his shift ended. His name is Joon, he is a young kid, a student with a dream of studying in New Zealand. I’m not sure how happy he actually is but he had some interesting ideas that he picked up along his travels in India. I guess sometimes we need a guru, right?  There is no photo of Joon, he is a shy kid and didn’t want to provide a photo so here is one of my abstract works I made. I call it cave ghost. Folks, when the interviewee is not willing to provide a picture for the site I will substitute with one of my works. All are on sale. ^^


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Written by Brian Crandall

Hello! I have lived in Seoul for the last four years. During my time spent in this amazing country I have had the opportunity to meet a lot of amazing people and learn the Korean language. My academic background is mainly in Anthropology, but I’m currently earning an MFA in movie directing at Chungang University in Seoul, Korea. I founded “I Dig Culture” because it is my personal belief that understanding culture is the only real path toward intellectual liberation.

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