Kristina Alger is a Korean adoptee who grew up both in Hawaii and Oregon, and now lives in Seoul. This week, she talks candidly with The Rambler about growing up and the role of religion growing up, her experiences in Korea, and the value of Uniqlo’s Heat Tech! She is a former co-president of KAHI (Korean Adoptees of Hawaii; kahawaii.org), which is having their 10th Anniversary this year!
Benjamin Coz is a South Korean adoptee from The United States, Duluth, Minnesota and has a degree in social work and will be pursuing a masters in social work in Chicago in March. He is currently residing in Seoul, South Korea and has lived in Korea for the past 4 years teaching English and studying Korean. He is the guitar and vocals for the Seoul, Haebangchon based indie band 'A Collective Effort'. He is also a bboy and member of the Seoul based crew 'Seoul Seekers'.
Songs from A Collective Effort are available at SoundCloud (Http://soundcloud.com/acollectiveeffortmusic/sets/a-collective-effort-mix-bag) and other music of the podcast comes courtesy of Needle Drop Records by the band, The Bell. Follow me on Twitter @TheRamblerADHD, email me at TheRamblerADHD@gmail.com, and like/share me on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheRamblerADHD. If you like the podcast, please be so kind as to leave a nice review on iTunes. Thanks for listening!