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Andrew and I sat down together to talk about “Squid Game.” Currently the most popular TV show on Netflix, “Squid Game” is a show produced in South Korea. We talk about what we thought of the show, ask each other what we thought of different asp
Musician Uzuhan and I sit down to talk about how he navigates three distinct cultures that he is a part of: hip hop, Christian, and Asian. Make sure to go check out Uzuhan’s latest single “Same Things Anymore”! https://open.spotify.com/track/3k
My amazing wife has finally agreed to be on this podcast with me! My wife, Shirley Shin, had the goal of giving birth without epidurals for both of our daughters. With the birth of our second daughter, Kaelyn Seohyun Shin, Shirley walks us thro
Frequent "gwest" James "Gym" Lee and I have a favor to ask of all of you! We've created a survey to gather information regarding church attendance and would love for you guys to fill it out and pass it on to others as well. Take a listen to hea
Josh Park has a YouTube channel called ㄱ하자 (Let’s Remember) with a series of videos that detail the origins of the church in Korea. We discuss why Josh decided to start the YouTube channel and why he thinks its so important that we remember our
Andy and I sat down to just have a conversation, but we floated around the topic of maintaining relationships with old friends in adulthood. It was very interesting talking about the misunderstandings and awkwardness that can come up with tryin
Cindy Jun returns to talk to us about her new journey into leading a less toxic life. Hear about why Cindy started this journey, all the steps Cindy and her husband Chris have taken to reduce the use of toxic products in their household, and al
Blair Kim, friend and host of the “When I Grow Up” podcast, came by to chat about the podcasting life. I ask Blair some questions about her podcasting experience while also being open about experiences of my own. Find the "When I Grow Up" podca
Mike Sohn came by to tell us about his journey to becoming financially literate and realizing that life free of debt is possible. Come listen as Mike explains all the things he and his family did to eliminate debt and save enough money to buy a
Totally random episode with Jonathan Choi because I said “Hey, wanna record a quick podcast episode?” Despite the spontaneity of this episode, we actually talked about a lot of different and interesting things starting with me questioning the p
Today’s episode was a very eye opening one for me. Rapper and designer, Edward Sun, opened up to us in a very vulnerable way to talk about his sex addiction and how he learned that it was a result of previous emotional trauma. Then, near the en
Today I just had a conversation with James without a central topic. We discuss a few things in a free flowing manner. Take a listen and tell us what you guys think about what we said! Link to James’ stream: https://www.twitch.tv/apologetiks Any
Grace Choi is the Director of Policy on Mental Health in the mayor's office of NYC. Grace joins us today to tell us a little bit about her story of how she got into a career in politics, some of the things she does in her current role, and why
In a full circle moment, I do a part 2 to my very first episode addressing the DCEU (DC Extended Universe) after having watched the Zack Synder Cut of Justice League with guest Paul Hong. We start the podcast talking about the aftermath of the
Today my good friend James Gym Lee came by to have a light hearted conversation about his life. He tells us about joining the Marine reserves, making his decision to become a pastor, his life as a seminary student, how the Ravi Zacharias allega
As an Asian American Christian, I personally have had a hard time finding a way to forgive, especially the perpetrators of hate crimes against our community. For those of you who are in the same place as I, this episode is simply a call to reme
Today’s episode is just a look into how I processed the shooting of mostly Asian American women in the metro Atlanta area on March 16th 2021.  #StopAsianHate GoFundMe of the sons of Hyun Jung Grant: https://gofund.me/6653b648 Any and all feedba
Jane Pak (formerly Jane Mo) is a producer at USA Today. With all of the horrific hate crimes committed against our elderly Asian Americans in recent months, we talk about the news media’s coverage of said hate crimes and why diversity and speak
A recently reconnected high school friend, Lauren Song, joins us today to talk to us about how she started on her journey to reform her relationship with her father. Take a listen to learn about how her current relationship with her dad affecte
EJ makes good on his promise to come back so we could talk about some of the topics we couldn’t get to last time. We open with me answering the cliffhanger question from the previous episode with EJ: why was David intimidated by EJ? Then we get
For this special milestone episode (100! Woohoo!) good friend and fellow podcast host, Blair Kim, of the When I Grow Up podcast came to interview David! Blair asks David some questions about his experience with podcasting and David gives raw an
EJ Lee is a “recovering” pastor who has stepped out of ministry proper to continue ministering outside of the walls of the church as the Operations Director at Good Places and the Executive Director of Atlanta Run Clubs. Today, EJ talks to us a
Pastor David Park is the pastor at Open Table Community church and is also a photographer/real estate investor/business model coach on the side. Today, Pastor David and I talk about the Korean American church in general and some things that we
Amanda Assalone was born in South Korea, but was adopted into the Assalone family at 3 months and grew up in Tulsa Oklahoma. Amanda works in higher education in research and teaching capacities. During her time in her doctoral program, she bega
Geoffrey Pranke was born in South Korea, but was put in an orphanage at 3 months of age. He was adopted by the Pranke family from the US and grew up in a predominately Caucasian populace. Geoffrey tells us his story of growing up as an adoptee,
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