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Daegu Rocks Out!

Daegu Battle of the Bands 2013 Preview

Standing on a Ledge

Leap Off and Hope to Survive in Macau

Jet off on the Star Relax on the High Seas to Jeju

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Editor’s Notes Hi everyone, Thanks again for taking the time to open up the Daegu Compass! We have an exciting summer ahead of us. With big plans in the works this summer, we are very busy these days. I hope you have enjoyed the new layout of the Compass. We plan on also revamping our website and introducing a new event only website soon. You’ll be able to connect, sign up and find all the best events we offer and events around Korea. Stay tuned. I’d also like to take this time to welcome a new addition to the Compass. I just had a baby boy! Let’s welcome Moon Geun Woo into the new world. Speaking of welcoming new people into the world, we also want to welcome some new teachers to Daegu. See what they have to say on p44. We are also showing a major Daegu Battle of the Bands preview on p8. Don’t miss out on a great month of music and art in Daegu. Thank again to the sponsors and everyone who supports us. We also want to give a shout out to David Mansell for writing the High Street Market article, we made a mistake with the credit last month. Yuri Lee and the Daegu Compass team Managing Editor Publisher Creative Director Assistant Editor Graphic Designers Translation Director

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Daegu Battle

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p08 - Daegu Battle of the Bands 2013 p14 - Wye Oak p16 - Alliance francaise Daegu p18 - Compass Spotlight

You’ve seen them in Seoul, you’ve seen them in Busan, now it’s time to check out the second great battle of the bands in the most under-rated music city in Korea - Daegu!!!

Round 2: May 11th(Sat) @ Urban Lounge Bar Broken Sunday, Genius, Language of Shapes, 肉肉肉 Round 3: May 18th(Sat) @ Urban Lounge Bar Denizen, Neuron, Beyond the Mike, Jeims Project Special round : May 25th(Sat) @ Urban Lounge Bar Finals: JUNE 1st(Sat) @ Urban Lounge Bar Open @ 10:00pm 1st band stats @ 10:30pm 2nd 11:30pm 3rd 12:30am 4th 1:30am Cover Charge 7,000 won (It will get you 1 free drink) 입장료 : 7,000원에 프리드링크 하나까지~~ DAEGU COMPASS 2013.MAY

p22 - YE Yang Interview p26 - Cheering the national squad of 2013 Sophia Deaf-mute Olympian Games

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After a few hours of walking and bus-riding, we happened upon a friendly little fellow, in the form of this fountain just outside the Cheonjiyeon waterfalls. The fountain had the shape of four different animals inside of a single tortoise shell. Each of the four animals represented a relevant part in the legend of Jeju’s origin, with an explanation of the story in English and Korean.

Jeju Adventures

After an all-night train ride from Daegu to Mokpo (a tiny coastal town of Mokpo) station, a frantic transfer to the ferry terminal (where we were almost left behind), the Star Ferry was an oasis of calm for these two weary travelers. The ship was equipped with everything from a noraebang to a Paris Baguette (On a Korean ferry, we would expect no less). It was a longer journey than by airplane of course. It was also a far more satisfying one. The ship offered a dining hall with

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몇 시간 동안 도보와 버스로 이동한 후에 우연히 천지연 폭포 바깥 쪽에 있는 작고 친근한 분 수를 발견했다. 이 분수는 거북이 등껍질 아래에 있 는 네 가지 동물 모양으로 되어 있었다. 한국어와 영 어로 된 이야기의 설명서에 따르면 각 동물은 제주도 기원에 대한 전설과 관련된 것을 상징한다.

hot food, a coffee shop, a room filled with massage chairs, and most important of all, passage to the beautiful island of Jeju, where our destination would be found. We left Daegu late on a Friday night, determined to return in time for work Monday morning and determined further still to see the best that Jeju had to offer. We experienced very much in our short time, yet there remains so much more to see and experience.

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Take a Leap of Faith Written and photographed by SIAWN OU / www.headstandtravels.com / translated by Yujeong Lee

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he highest… that means there’s nothing further, nothing more. It’s the final destination; the end of the journey where you can say, “After I do this, I don’t need to do it anymore.” I’ve never been or done the _____est of anything, and on this warm winter day in Macau, I was going to add my name to a very short list. 가장 높다…라는 말은 그 이상 높은 것은 없 다라는 것을 의미한다. 그 곳은 최종 목적 지였고, 여행의 마지막 일정으로 “이 걸 하 고 난 다음에는 더 이상 하지 않아도 된다.” 라고 해도 된다. 나는 이제껏 가장 ~한 것 을 해본 적이 없었고, 마카오의 어느 따뜻 한 겨울날, 내 이름을 짧은 대기 리스트에 올리려고 한다.

p44 - Welcome to Daegu! p50 - Make the Next Step p54 - Daegu Theatre Troupe p56 - Daegu International School

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“My, that’s quite a view” “우와, 전망 끝내준다.”

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DOWNTOWN

Bars & Clubs

Photos by Ivan Broida, Vacquer Richard, Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

DOWNTOWN

Upscale and good for large groups. Everyday 6pm – 4am Bottle service, trendy

Flower Bar

Apple is the best! Everyday 6pm – 4am Wine and Hooka Bar

Won’t break the bank Who cares, hav’n funz Millionaire Club

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Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Upscale club, 17,000w cover. Everyday 9pm – 4am Party / Hip-hop / Dance

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Club EGG Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Club JEEEP

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Communes

Longest running bar in Daegu. A must go to. Everyday 8pm – 4am Beer, Trivia Night, Sports

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Go Go Party

Bunny’s Bar

010-7417-6288 - English 010-4434-1207 - Korean Sun - Thu = 8pm-2pm Fri - Sat = 7pm-4pm Take-out Bag Drinks available / Sit in

Good for large groups who drink. Everyday 6pm – 3am Top 40 hits / Good Beer

Everyone’s favorite bag drink! Everyday 7pm – 4am Party / Hip-hop / Dance

Bus Bar

Theme bar, fun atmosphere. Everyday 6pm – 4am Korean fusion food

4am~headed to Frog? Everyday 9pm – 4am Hip-hop / Dance / Party

Gold Label

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Blue Ketchup

053.286.1000 Everyday 6pm - 3am Fri, Sat 6pm - 5am Korean fusion food

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Club Frog

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Billi Bow & Dart

Lots of Dart Machines and Pool Table Everyday 6pm – 4am Western food, on 2FL of Lotte Cinema

Bars & Clubs

Daegu thrives at night. Downtown is loaded with bars and clubs to meet everyone’s drinking and partying needs. Challenge yourself and try out places you’ve never been.

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이런, 그 부분에 대한 내 기억은 완전히 흐릿하다. 다른 사람이 뛰는 것을 지켜보기? 아이고, 그 사람 들은 제정신이 아니다. 그런 생각들을 벗어나서, 나는 겁에 질리고, 어리석은 인간으로써 점프대로 기어가야 하는 내 운명을 받아들였다. 내 친구가 이렇게 말하기 전까지는 아무렇지 않았다. “야, 안 소니 부르댕(주:미국의 유명 요리사)도 이거 했대. 너 괜찮을 거야.” 그리고 난 처음으로 마음을 좀 다 잡을 수 있었다. 59층… 60층… 61층 *땡*

How do you prepare for such an extreme experience? Visualization? No, my brain couldn’t fathom anything that high. Recalling my first bungee jump? Shit, that part of my memory is a complete fuzz. Watching other people do it? Man, those people are nuts! Out of ideas, I accepted my fate that I was going to creep onto that ledge a scared and witless human being. It wasn’t until when my friend said, “Dude, Anthony Bourdain did this. You got it.” that I felt my first hint of resolve. 59… 60… 61 *DING* 당신은 그런 극한의 경험을 어떻게 준비하 는가? 머리 속에서 구체적으로 상상해보는 것? 아니다, 나의 뇌는 그렇게 높은 것을 가 늠할 수 없다. 첫번째 번지점프 회상해보기?

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Useful Information

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Round 1 1. JUNK! (Expat / Jinju / Garage Electronic) “JUNK! is a merging of sequins, keytars, beat box solos and electro-rock. The universe of JUNK! is turned firmly towards the 1980s, where women, Jewish chicken soup, video games and bad dance moves are all explored using a laptop, MIDI controlled drum pads and video game hardware to create hours of glitches, pops, sonic assaults and engaging visuals. JUNK! is powerful, funny and slightly psychotic. From Melbourne, to Osaka to Busan, seeing JUNK! is not like seeing any other band, it is performance art.”

The Highest Bungee Jump in the World @ Macau Tower (Macau)

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flower from Canada. They were formed this year (2013) from the ashes of Ted’s first band, The Hot Club of Korea, named after Django Reinhardt’s group, The Hot Club of France. The current line-up includes bassist, Kim Jae-hyun from Daegu, vocalist, Ha Jae-eun, from Gyeonggi-do, cajon player Chretien Token le Keur from

Band Introductions

Daegu - Mokpo - Jeju? Easing into your Vacation

p28 - Jeju Adventures p34 - Take a Leap of Faith p40 - Cheongdo Bullfighting Tour p42 - Yeongdeok Snow Crab Festival

2. Swinging Doors (Expat+Korean/Daegu/Gypsy-Jazz) The Swinging Doors is a jazz manouche (gypsy jazz) band based in Daegu, South Korea. Jazz manouche is the style of music created by legendary guitarist, Django Reinhardt. It is the marriage of American swing music with the instrumentation, traditional music, and passion of the Roma (Gypsies). The Swinging Doors’ founding member is guitarist Teddo Sun-

3 Rounds, and 4 bands each Round. 3 라운드, 각 라운드당 4개의 밴드가 참가, 여러분을 기다립니다!

THE DATES: Round 1: May 4th(Sat) @ Urban Lounge Bar JUNK! / Swinging Doors / Plastic Kids / Erlang Kovata

Written and photographed by Stephen Elliott / Translation by Yujeong Lee

TRAVEL REPORTS

공연장을 춤판으로 만들어버리는 이들의 능력을 확인하시라! ‘My House’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3FovnOZaN0 Music, photos and more videos : http://junkproductions.com/listen/

드디어, 드디어 2013 대구의 배틀오브밴드가 시작됩니다!!!

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of the Bands 2013

All Knowing Preview Guide

Submitted by Philan Jung

010.7527.4879 Everyday 8pm – 4am Party / Hip-hop / Dance

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Makgeoli

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You should experience it once. Everyday 6pm - 3am Traditional Korean Tavern

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Daegu Battle of the Bands 2013

All Knowing Preview Guide

Submitted by Philan Jung

You’ve seen them in Seoul, you’ve seen them in Busan, now it’s time to check out the second great battle of the bands in the most under-rated music city in Korea - Daegu!!! 드디어, 드디어 2013 대구의 배틀오브밴드가 시작됩니다!!! 3 Rounds, and 4 bands each Round. 3 라운드, 각 라운드당 4개의 밴드가 참가, 여러분을 기다립니다!

THE DATES: Round 1: May 4th(Sat) @ Urban Lounge Bar JUNK! / Swinging Doors / Plastic Kids / Erlang Kovata Round 2: May 11th(Sat) @ Urban Lounge Bar Broken Sunday, Genius, Language of Shapes, 肉肉肉 Round 3: May 18th(Sat) @ Urban Lounge Bar Denizen, Neuron, Beyond the Mike, Jeims Project Special round : May 25th(Sat) @ Urban Lounge Bar Finals: JUNE 1st(Sat) @ Urban Lounge Bar Open @ 10:00pm 1st band stats @ 10:30pm 2nd 11:30pm 3rd 12:30am 4th 1:30am Cover Charge 7,000 won (It will get you 1 free drink) 입장료 : 7,000원에 프리드링크 하나까지~~

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Band Introductions Round 1 1. JUNK! (Expat / Jinju / Garage Electronic) “JUNK! is a merging of sequins, keytars, beat box solos and electro-rock. The universe of JUNK! is turned firmly towards the 1980s, where women, Jewish chicken soup, video games and bad dance moves are all explored using a laptop, MIDI controlled drum pads and video game hardware to create hours of glitches, pops, sonic assaults and engaging visuals. JUNK! is powerful, funny and slightly psychotic. From Melbourne, to Osaka to Busan, seeing JUNK! is not like seeing any other band, it is performance art.” 혜성처럼 등장한, ‘놀게 만들 줄 아는’ 음악가. 일순간에

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공연장을 춤판으로 만들어버리는 이들의 능력을 확인하시라! ‘My House’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3FovnOZaN0 Music, photos and more videos : http://junkproductions.com/listen/

2. Swinging Doors (Expat+Korean/Daegu/Gypsy-Jazz) The Swinging Doors is a jazz manouche (gypsy jazz) band based in Daegu, South Korea. Jazz manouche is the style of music created by legendary guitarist, Django Reinhardt. It is the marriage of American swing music with the instrumentation, traditional music, and passion of the Roma (Gypsies). The Swinging Doors’ founding member is guitarist Teddo Sun-

flower from Canada. They were formed this year (2013) from the ashes of Ted’s first band, The Hot Club of Korea, named after Django Reinhardt’s group, The Hot Club of France. The current line-up includes bassist, Kim Jae-hyun from Daegu, vocalist, Ha Jae-eun, from Gyeonggi-do, cajon player Chretien Token le Keur from -continued on p10-

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South Africa, and guitarist Mark Bower from Canada. The Swinging Doors offers a unique acoustic sound to the Daegu music scene; their own take on gypsy jazz, plus a mix of pop and minimalist Latin grooves. Their diverse ethnic and musical backgrounds (none of them are Roma) lend them each a distinct voice in a mélange best described as “acoustic gypsy jazz Latin groove pop!” 대구를 흔들고 있는 새로운 스타일이 집시재즈 밴드. http://www.reverbnation.com/edwardwoelke

3. Plastic Kids(Korean/Daegu/Post Garage)

든 멤버들이 출중한 기량을 보여줌과 동시에 밴드로서 보 여주는 공연의 라이브함 또한 부족함이 없는 ‘Must-See’ 밴드이다. http://cafe.daum.net/brokensunday?t__nil_loginbox=cafe_list&nil_id=6

2. Genius (Expat+Korean/Busan/Punk,Rock’a’billy)

From Daegu, Hot and Young, Post Garage Band! 대구, 핫한 3인조 포스트게러지 팀입니다. https://www.facebook.com/ThePlasticKiz

4. Erlang Kovata(Expat/Pohang/ Metal)

A 3 piece Metal band, Erlang Kovata, is the leader. JP or Miyamoto (kiki) only joined a few months ago, but they’ve already made 10 original songs and performed some gigs. 포항에서 날아온 3인조 포항 메탈 밴드. http://erlangkovata.wordpress.com/about/

Round 2 1. Broken Sunday (Korean/Daegu/Hard Rock, Metal) Broken Sunday is 4-piece Hard Rock/Soft Metal Band. Charismatic Vocal, Powerful Drums, Skillful Guitar and Bass will bring you back to the real Metal Era. 브로큰 선데이는 대구가 자랑하는 하드록/메탈 밴드로서, 모

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We are Genius, a three piece rock ‘n’ roll band straight out of Busan. Similar to Cream, we have guitar, bass, drums, and we all sing. Unlike Cream we only play original songs and don’t have long, boring solos. Some of our songs are funny, and sometimes that’s intentional. There are songs about sex, death, girlfriends, and at least two about our guitarist/singer’s mom. All of the songs have something in common: they are not boring. We do not like listening to or watching boring music, so we try hard not to make any. We play rock ‘n’ roll. We like energy. Our shows are sometimes drunken disasters, but they’re always fun. At least that’s what people, who usually seem mentally unstable, tell us after we play. We are not satisfied unless we enjoyed our set and it seemed like other people did, too. We have played all over (South) Korea and have had shows in Taiwan and Japan. We hope to come entertain some nutjobs in Daegu again soon. 부산을 후끈 달구고 있는 3인조 펑크/록커빌리 밴드. 그들 의 음악은 물론 심오하고 우스광스러운 가사는 듣자마자

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따라부르게 만드는 중독성을 가지고 있다. “Their Home” http://youtu.be/CZkv93nioCk “Once I Was a Dog” http://youtu.be/_L6rqYEfIDk Two albums can be heard at: http://geniusxisxrock. bandcamp.com/

Band Page: www.facebook.com/bandbpc

3. Language of Shapes (Expat/Gangneung/Folk)

Round 3 When an Englishman, a kyopo, and a couple of Americans started jamming together on Gangneung beaches and rooftops, Language of Shapes was born. Mandolins like never before, punctuated with a driving bass, tribal djembe beats, and the occasional flute. With haunting vocals and post-apocalyptic yet hopeful lyrics, Language of Shapes ultimately eludes labels. Dirty Hippie Radio calls their debut album “delightful, badass, and necessary.”

1. Denizen (Expat/Daegu/Classic Rock) Denizen has been a part of the Daegu music scene now for over a year and a half. We have had a rotating lineup, but have now settled on Chretien Le Keur on Bass, Choi Joung Woo on -continued on p12-

저 먼 강릉에서 날아온 실력파 포크 밴드. 만돌린, 젬베, 플롯 등 특별한 어쿠스틱 구성으로 그들만의 따뜻한 음악 을 대구로 전할 준비를 마쳤다. “Blood in the Rain” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOrGI6-UXVA Album and more available at: http://languageofshapes.bandcamp.com/ https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/language-ofshapes/id578692789 https://www.facebook.com/languageofshapes

4. 肉肉肉 (Korean/ Daegu / Metal) New Wave Of American Heavy Metal Style Band. The Name literally means, “Meat, Meat, Meat.” You want to know what it really means? Come and check it out. New Wave Of American Heavy Metal 스타일의 음악입 니다. 그게 뭐냐구요? 쪼매 시끄럽고 겁나 신난다는 뜻입니다. 멤버 : 한영규(Vox), 두근오(Bass), 김명진(Drum), 양명 철(Guitar)

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guitar, Ivan Cooper on Dums, and Michael McFarlane remaining as the band founder and singer/ songwriter.. Chretien is from South Africa and has made his own bass guitar using an 18-liter water bottle and a long piece of pine. He also plays with Daegu’s “Swinging doors” and can be seen on any given Sunday at Traveler’s open mic. On guitar, Denizen now boasts its first Korean band member, Choi Joung Woo. Mr. Choi is a professional guitarist who works at MBC and teaches lessons on the side. On drums, Denizen welcomes its newest member from Ireland, Mr. Ivan Cooper. Ivan has extensive band experience and recording knowledge as well as some killer chops on the kit. American Michael McFarlane is the band leader and singer/songwriter. He has finished the demo for the band’s second album “Decade Lost.” and is already writing material for a third album.

렉트로닉과 락사운드에 녹혀서 연주하는 밴드입니다. 뉴런이 라는 팀이름은 먼저 New-Run 이라는 어감과도 비슷하여 지었지만, 정확히는 신경세포를 의미하는 뜻을 가지고 있습 니다. 사람의 감각을 통해 받아들인 정보는 뇌로 전달되고, 뇌에서 판단을 하게 되는데, 이 과정은 뉴런이라는 신경세포 를 통해 일어나게 됩니다. 신경세포로 볼 수 있는 개개인의 멤 버들이 모여 연주함으로 하나의 신경을 이루게 되고, 귀와 눈 을 통해서 듣고, 보게되는 저희의 음악이 사람들의 뇌에 꽂 힐 수 있도록 신경세포로서 제 역할을 하는 팀이 되고자 뉴런 (Neuron)이라는 이름을 만들게 되었습니다.

Members: 현재 Jae(Vocal), Sejin(Synth FX), Charlie(Guitar), A.J(Drums) Youtube Link : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXhAMPvP8R8&feature=youtu.be

3. Beyond the Mike (Expat-Korean/Daegu/Pop,Soul,Jazz) A Jazz keyboardist, Mike, always wanted to make a band that can go beyond his limits. Enough said. The Best Daegu Pop/Jazz band now! 두말할 필요없는 대구 최고의 팝재즈 밴드!

4. Jeims Project (Korean/Daegu/Hard Rock)

대구가 자랑하는, 어쩌면 이 시점에 유일의 오리지널클 래식록 밴드. 보컬/기타 마이클이 이끄는 데니즌은 여러 번 멤버 교체를 경험했지만, 여전히 그 음악적 창작력을 펼쳐내길 주저하지 않고 있다. Victory Machine : http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=k7-Us4M0cf4

2. Neuron(Korean/Daegu/Electro Garage) Neuron is a kind of melting-pot, which contains

Jeims is basically a natural-born Hard-Rock Guitarist. He came back to his bass for this battle. With the support of an amazing vocalist, Ray, They are sure to make your eardrums happy. 제임스와 성원, 하드록 프로젝트로 다시 뭉치다.

PRIZES Electronic and Rock, and various thought and feeling. It literally means “part of the nervous system”, but also sounds like “New-Run.” This new born band wants to connect people’s thoughts and share what they feel. 뉴런은 다채로운 생각들과 다양한 장르의 음악들을 일

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500,000 to the winners! 200,000 to the second place band! 100,000 to the third place band! To all the 4 Finalists, the chance to record their own songs will be given.

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THE RULES: 1. Each band will have a STRICT 35min minimum / 45min maximum time cap. 각 밴드는 35~45분의 시간 제한을 꼭 지켜주어야 합니다.

2. Each band is required to play at least THREE ORGINAL SONGS. (There will be score addition for orginal songs.) 각 밴드는 최소 3곡의 오리지널을 연 주하길 바랍니다. (오리지널 곡에는 가 산점이 부여됩니다.)

3. The time slots will be 11:30ish, 12:30ish, and 1:30ish, assigned to each band at random the week before their performance.(Guest bands will play around 10:30ish) 11시30분부터 약 한시간 간격으로 각 밴드가 연주하게 될 것이며, 순서는 공 연 한 주전 추첨을 통해 결정됩니다.

THE JUDGEMENT(판정) 1. There will be a panel that consist

of 3 judges Each Judge will give 30~150 points to each band. 각 라운드당 3명의 심판이 배정되며, 각 심판은 각 팀에게 30~150점을 주 게 됩니다.

2. The Crowd can vote as well!! 1 vote of The crowd will count 3 points. 관객들도 투표로서 심사에 참여할 수 있습니다. 한표는 3점에 해당합니다.

각 예선의 1위는 그주 목요일까지 발 표가 되며, 파이널로 갈 수 있는 자격 을 얻습니다. 파이널에는 와일드카드도 한 팀 참여 하게 되는데, 와일드카드는 각 예선 차 점자 중 가장 높은 점수를 얻은 팀에게 주어집니다.

온라인 투표도 있을 예정입니다. 1표 당 1점에 해당하며, 여기서 한표란 페 이스북에 업로드된 각 밴드당 하나의 연주동영상에 매겨진 ‘좋아요’ 개수를 말합니다. 투표는 공연다음날부터 다

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Winners of each elimination round will be announced each following Thursday. The 1st place winners of each elimination round will advance to the finals. There will also be a WILD CARD band that will advance. The wild card band is the band with the highest score after the first place advancers.

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Wye Oak - Jams out in Daegu May 18 Submitted by SuperColorSuper / http://www.supercolorsuper.com

“Wye Oak are at the top of their game.” “정확하게 알고 있다” - Nylon Magazine “A Combustible Mix Of Bluster And Beauty” “외침과 아름다움의 순식간에 불 붙는 조화” - NPR Music “Emotionally intoxicating” “감성적으로 중독성있는” - Under the Radar! -

Wye Oak wrote what became Civilian between December of 2009 and July of 2010. The songs “are, as a whole, about aloneness (the positive kind), loneliness (the horrible kind), moving on, and letting go (of people, places, and things),” lyricist/guitarist Jenn Wasner reveals. Civilian is a kind of 21st-century folk music, imbued with dense shoegaze guitars, nearly melodic rhythms, and impeccable splashes of electron-

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ic color. Without leaning on conventional structure, the songs beguile with fascinating chords and melodies, Jenn’s voice and riveting lyrics, mesmerizing rhythms, and an intoxicating aural landscape. Jenn sums up the meaning of the album saying, “this collection of songs is called Civilian because I believe everyone wants to be normal, but no onetruly is.” Walking Dead 의 엔딩곡에 수록되 어 많은 리스너들의 관심을 받은 볼티모어 출 신의 인디 포크 록 듀오, Wye Oak 은 이들 의 앨범 Civilian 을 2009년 12월부터 2010 년 7월까지 제작했다. 수록곡들은 하나같이 ( 긍정적인) 외로움, (끔찍한) 외로움, 새로운 이 동, (사람들, 장소들, 그 밖의 것들) 흘려보내기 에 관한 노래들이라고 작사가이자 기타리스트 인 Jen Wasner 가 말한다. Civilian 은 농도 짙 은 슈게이즈 기타, 멜로딕한 리듬, 그리고 흠 잡 을 데 없는 일렉트로닉 색의 물방울로 물든 일 종의 21세기 포크 음악이다. 고전적인 형식에

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기대지 않으면서도 이 들의 음악은 매혹적인 코드와 멜 로디로 듣는 이들을 잡아 끈다. Jenn의 목소리와 눈을 뗄 수 없게 만드는 가사, 넋을 잃게 하는 리듬 그리고 중 독성 있는 청각적 풍경. Jenn 은 다음의 문장으로 자 신의 앨범을 압축한다. “이 앨범에 수록된 모든 곡들은 Civilian (민간인) 이라는 하나의 타이틀로 묶여질 수 있 어요. 왜냐하면 나는 모두가 평범해지길 바란다고 생각 하거든요. 하지만 그 누구도 평범하지 않죠.”

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Alliance francaise Daegu Bringing France to Daegu Submitted by Colombe Laforet

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esides proposing French courses with new methods and trained teachers, Alliance francaise Daegu also offers the possibility to borrow DVD with subtitles, books, CDs and plans events like exhibitions, concerts, movie showings or cheese and wine parties. After seven years of closing, Alliance francaise Daegu re-opened at Kyungpook National University in September of 2003. It is the seventh Alliance francaise in Korea, the others are in Seoul, Incheon, Busan, Daejeon, Gwangju and Jeonju. Alliance francaise has about 1,040 centers in 136 countries on the five continents and counts about 450,000 students and 6 million participants to the cultural events. For example, Alliance francaise Paris has been receiving thousands of students every year who come from all over the world. Alliance francaise is a nonprofit local organization for the diffusion of French culture run with the support of the French speakers countries governments through their embassy. Alliance francaise has a series of classes which are divided into six levels based

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on the frame of the CECR going from A1 to C2, and for those who want to pass French language examinations (DELF, DALF, TCF) or access to programs (TAPIF, study, immigration). If you want more information, you can get in touch directly with Alliance francaise Daegu. The location of the office is Room 218 of Kyosuyeongudong (The Faculty Building) at Kyungpook National University, close to the North gate (buses 410, 706, 305, 300). You can also send e-mail to this address: afdaegu@gmail.com ☞ Web-site: www.afdaegu.co.kr Phone: (053) 950-7917 French electro DJ performance and "Urban intimacy" French artist's exhibition in May with Alliance francaise Daegu, French cultural Center Sydney Valette, French electro DJ, performing in May, the 18th (Sat.) at Egg Club 11PM Sydney Valette, new French electro phenomenon of the moment From the jazz of his childhood through the post-punk played in today’s clubs, Sydney Art and Music _ Alliance francaise Daegu

Valette specializes in sound arrangement and derangement, shaking up classical structures and radically altering the electronic scene. His poetic, child-like and destructive approach returns pop music to the informality of its early days. His album ‘Plutôt mourir que crever’ (‘Better to Die than to Snuff It’) is influenced by movements such as cold wave, no wave, techno, witch-house, trance, punk, hiphop, Orthodox liturgical music and Latin dancing music. Valette interprets his daily feeling of ill-being in a toneless voice over a background of electro-synth. The particular point of distinction in his work is his lyrical content, which often tells stories from a child’s perspective, vocalised over well-grounded music. Sydney Valette had a small-town upbringing. When he was 18 he moved to Paris where, pushed by internal questioning, he studied philosophy. When he discovered the glittery universe of clubs, he devoted his nights to their rhythms and his days to playing minor key classical piano. He began to produce electronic music on his own. His first album, ‘Plutôt mourir que crever’, established his artistic image in the contemporary music landscape and was declared Album of the http://daegucompass.com


Year by renowned French magazine Technikart. http://sydneyvalette.com/ With his tourney organised by Alliance francaise, ten dates in China and four dates in South Korea, Sydney Valette will perform in Daegu downtownat Egg Club, at 11PM on Saturday, the 18th of May. Urban intimacy, a regard from Stefane Ferrero, exhibition at the KNU Art Gallery (May, the 22nd~June, the 29th) The lines of the structures respond to the curves of the bodies. Stephane Ferrero's piece of work.

Soaking into the city is penetrating the intimacy of our lives. Our stories can be real or just phantasms but they are written deep inside the urban maze, where the lines of the structures respond to the curves of the bodies. With the series of diptychs, StÊphane Ferrero invites the audience to wander through three of the most urbanized cities of the Chinese world (Shanghai, Hong Kong and Taipei) and gaze through the façades that compose the daily life of their inhabitants. Those cities hyper-materialist as they are can still give some space to imagination and allow us to penetrate the intimacy of possible lives behind the walls. Urban intimacy questions our relationship with urbanity and put in perspective urban and corporal aesthetic. Urban intimacy also draws the attention of the audience to the part of interpretation inhere in photography as some of the female models posing are real and others are dummies. This trick allows the artist to remind that

truthfulness of the stories guessed behind urban structures is not an issue... Stephane Ferrero is a French photographer based in Taipei, Taiwan. After studying Arts & History of Art, Stephane Ferrero worked as reporter and radio host for many years. Since 2007, he is established as professional photographer and since, dedicates himself to fashion, Editorial & commercial photography. In the meanwhile, his Artwork has been exhibited in several cities since 2008. www. stephane-ferrero.com At this occasion, a Vernissage will be held at 6.30PM on Wednesday May 22nd, which will celebrate the last five years of cooperation on artistic exhibition projects between Kyungpook National University Art Gallery and Alliance francaise Daegu. More information with KNU Art Gallery, (053) 950 7968

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Compass Spotlight Glen Riley Takes us for a Visual Tour Around the World Photos by Glen Riley / http://www.facebook.com/GTRPhotographicImages

Compass Spotlight series is back. We kick it off again with Glen Riley. In our April 2013 issue, we interviewed the budding photographer. This is an extension of his visually stunning images from around the world. We hope you enjoy them. If you are an aspiring photographer, who would like to see your pictures published, email scott@daegucompass.com and we'll make it happen.

Compass Spotlight Amusement park- Okcheon, South Korea. Found this abandoned park just outside of Daejeon. Managed to arrive on the moodiest of fall days so it gave me the chance to shoot in varying daylight situtations.

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Dock Art- Tofino, Canada. On a coastline anywhere in the world, you'll find these beautiful textures created by the salt water. This makeshift dock bumper is a fine example. The juxtaposition of the wood and rubber really excites me.

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Chrome- Saigon, Vietnam. I've always had a thing for chrome and stainless steel. The way it looks and reflects light never fails to fascinate me. Just need to wait for the right moment to get the reflections you want, and click!

Granville Island- Vancouver, Canda. I have no idea what this is or what it does and I frankly don't care. If I had had the means I would have picked it up and taken it home with me. Sexy colors, rust, decay! The reflection and raindrops were the icing on the cake.

Line- Seoul, South Korea. Generally speaking most post 70's architecture is sterile and boring, in my opinion. Sometimes you need to dig deeper to seek out the interesting.

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Vent- Daejeon, South Korea. Photography has saved me from being a central character in the TV show, Hoarders. I love junk! The older, the grittier, the better. Shade- Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Nice litte spot set up by the rickshaw drivers to escape the heat. I wonder if they knew how artistically stunning this installation was.

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YE Yang Interview “If I do not win a tournament in 2013, it will be deemed as a terrible year.’’ Interview by Kenneth Quillinan / Translation by Stephanie Yang

positives. Looking back what have you learned from 2012 that will help you this year? Are you happy with the way 2013 has begun for you?

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Q1. 2012년은 당신과 한국인 골퍼들에게 힘든 한 해 였습니다. 여러 일에도 불구하고 긍정적인 점들을 찾아 야했는데, 2012년에 배운 점들을 돌이켜볼 때에 어떤 점들이 올해 당신에게 도움이 될 것 같습니까? 2013년 의 시작에 만족하나요?

Well, you can only go up if your situation has hit rock bottom, and for me last year was just that. But you know that you need to improve and locate problems on your game, and that is what I am doing early on this year 당신의 상황이 바닥으로 떨어졌을 때에는 올라갈 일만 남는데,, 작년은 저에게 딱 그러한 시기였습니다. 저는 올해초부터 게임에서 문제점을 발견하고 그 점들을 개 선하기 위해 노력하고 있습니다.

Q.2 Beating Tiger Woods in the 2009 PGA Championship was, I am presuming, the highlight of your career to date. Do you feel like you can rediscover that form you showed to beat him this year?

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Q.2 2009년 PGA 챔피언쉽에서 타이거 우즈를 이기 는 것은 제가 생각할 때에 아마 당신의 경력 중 최대 하 이라이트인 것 같습니다. 당신이 그를 이겼을 때의 자 신의 모습을 이번해 되찾을 것 같습니까?

양용은 선수는 2009년 PGA에서 타이거 우즈를 무찔렀던 골 퍼로 항상 기억될 것이지만, 그는 2013년이 그에게 더 큰 승 리를 가져다 줄 것을 기대하고 있다. 나는 최근 그와 여러 이 슈에 대해서 이야기했고, 그와의 대화 내용은 다음과 같다.

I hope so, though it might be a once in a lifetime deal for most players, with the form and performance Tiger is playing these days. Getting back to that form, or maintaining consistency in my game is what I am striving for

E Yang will always be remembered as the golfer who tamed Tiger Woods at the 2009 PGA Championship but he prefers to look forward and hopes that 2013 can bring him a much overdue victory. I recently caught up with him to chat about various issues and this is what he had to say:

Q.1 2012 was a tough year for you and Korean golf. With everything though you must look for the

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그러길 바라고 있습니다. 물론, 그것은 현재의 타이거 우즈의 성적을 감안할 때에, 대부분 선수들에게 일생에 한 번 쯤 일어나는 일이겠지만요. 그 때의 모습으로 돌

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아가거나 게임에서 한결 같음을 유지하는게 저의 목표입 니다.

Q.3 The Presidents Cup will be in Korea in 2015what are your thoughts on this regarding the promotion of the sport here? Q.3 프레지던트컵이 2015년에 한국에서 열릴 예 정입니다. 한국에서의 골프 프로모션에 대해서 어 떤 생각을 가지고 계십니까? It will be a huge boost for the game, as while a lot of top notch players have come to play in Korea, the roster of 24 spectacular individuals in one site for a week is unprecedented in Korea. This is an exciting development not just for Korean golf, but in Korean sports in general as it is one of the top 10 golfing events in the world and it’s in KOREA!! I just hope that a lot of Korean players will be playing to boost extra interest 이 프로모션은 게임의 흥행을 북돋아 줄 것입니다. 이미 많 은 최고의 선수들이 한국에 와서 경기를 한 적이 있지만, 24명의 대단한 선수들이 한 장소에서 1주일 내내 참여한 다는 것은 한국에서 전례가 없는 일입니다. 이것은 한국 골

프계에 흥미진진한 발전이 될 뿐만 아니라, 한국 스포츠계 에 큰 기여를 할것입니다. 세계 제 10대 골프 경기중 하나 일 뿐만 아니라,바로 이곳 한국에서 벌어지니까요. 저는 많 은 한국 선수들이 이 경기에 참여하여 더 많은 관심을 끌기 를 바랄 뿐입니다.

Q.4 Korea will have two new representatives on the PGA Tour this year, Lee Dong-hwan and Kim Si-woo. Can you tell us what you know about them? Q.4 한국은 이번 해 PGA 투어에서 두 명의 새로운 대표 들을 참여 시킬 예정입니다. (이동환, 김시우) 그분들이 어떤 분들인지 알고 계시나요?

DongHwan has been winning in Japan so it isn’t a surprise he qualified for the PGA. He brings grit and maturity to the US and as with his top place performance at Q School, he will do well. 동환선수는 일본에서 계속 이기고 있었으니 PGA 참가 자 격이 주어지는 것은 당연하다고 생각합니다. 그는 미국에 결단력과 성숙함을 가져왔고, Q스쿨에서 최고의 성적을 보 여주고 있기에, 그가 잘 할 것이라고 생각합니다. -continued on p24-

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As for Siwoo, I do not know him very well, as is the case for lot of people, so he is definitely more of a surprise. He has represented Korea in the amateur ranks, but it will be tough for him to get a footing on the PGA Tour with his current status, in my opinion.

할아버지, 아버지 그리고 형은 모두 180cm 이상입니다. 그들은 밭에서 일한 경험 덕분에 큰 손과 강한 체력을 갖 고 있습니다. 저의 할아버지는 지역 씨름 챔피언이셨고, 저의 형과 아버지 역시 많은 게임을 이긴 적이 있습니다. 제가 집안중에 제일 약한 것 같군요!

시우선수같은 경우에는, 그를 잘 모르지만, 그는 많은 사 람들에게 그렇듯이 반전의 인물입니다. 그는 한국 아마 추어 랭크를 대표하여 왔지만, 지금의 지위로는 PGA 투 어에서 입지를 굳히기에는 많은 노력이 요구될 것이라 고 예상합니다.

Q.7 Is it true that you only started playing golf at the age of 19? Can you explain how this came about? Q.7 19세에 골프를 치기 시작했다는것이 사실입니까? 어떻게 골프를 치게 되었나요?

I was just looking to make ends meet and needed a job. My father wanted me to be a farmer like himself and my brother, but I wanted something more exciting. Working at the driving range picking up golf balls wasn’t my idea of having fun, but when the range closed, I got to hit all the balls I wanted and it escalated from there.

Q.5 How close is your friendship with KJ Choi? Q.5 최경주 선수와는 어느정도로 친한가요? We are quite close, we even live close to each other(about 5 km apart).Obviously he has been an inspiration to many generations of golfers in Korea, and I have the utmost respect for him. 저희는 꽤 친한 편입니다. 서로 5km 이내에 살고 있습 니다. 아시다시피, 그는 한국 골프계 많은 세대에 큰 영 감을 주는 인물입니다. 저 또한 그를 극도로 존경하고 있습니다.

Q.6 You come from quite a large family, are there any other sporting talents among them? Q.6 꽤 큰 대가족출신이신데, 가족 중에 운동 신경이 타 고난 멤버가 있나요?

Well, I am the smallest among the men in my family. My grandfather, dad, and older brother are all 180cm or taller, and they have massive hands and great overall body strength due to their days working in the fields. My Grandfather was a Korean wrestling (Ssi reum) champ locally, and my brother and dad have also won lots of local bouts. I am the weak link in my family! 음, 저는 제 집안 남자 중에 제일 키가 작습니다. 저의

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저는 겨우 살만큼 돈을 벌기 위해 직업이 필요했습니 다.저의 아버지는 자신과 저의 형처럼 농부가 되기를 바 라셨지만, 저는 좀 더 재미있는 일을 하고 싶었습니다. 골프 연습장에서 골프공을 줍는 것은 제가 생각하기에 재미있는 일은 아니었지만, 연습장이 문을 닫았을 때에 마음 껏 골프를 칠 수 있었는데, 그 때부터 관심이 생긴 것 같습니다.

Q.8 What is the most important piece of advice would you give to aspiring young golfers in Korea? Q.8 한국 골프 유망주들에게 제일 하고 싶은 조언이 무 엇인가요?

Practice. Not just to aspiring golf heroes and heroines, but also to all golfers in general. Golf is an honest sport. It’s not talent dependant as much as other popular sports and is the reason why it is so popular among the amateur ranks. Thus your best weapon in competition is definitely practice. 연습입니다. 골프 유망주들뿐만 아니라 모든 골퍼들에 게 말해주고 싶습니다. 골프는 매우 솔직한 스포츠입니 다. 골프는 다른 인기있는 스포츠들과 달리 타고난 실력 에 의존하지 않기 때문에 아마추어 랭크에서 선호 받는 것입니다. 경쟁을 위한 최고의 무기는 바로 연습입니다.

Q.9 Who do you rate as the best golfer in the world at the moment? May I assume it is Rory McIlroy( I am Irish so I hope so...)?What are his main strengths?

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Q.9 현재 세계 최고의 골퍼는 누구라고 보십니까? Rory Mcllroy라고 예상해도 되나요? (제가 아일랜드사람이니 까요...) 그의 강점은 무엇입니까?

Actually no… I would have to say Tiger. He has the skill set plus the charisma. Nobody tops Tiger right now. Rory has the talent, definitely, as you can obviously see, but he lacks experience and the mentality, which will help him to develop as the years and tournaments go by

A win. I need a win, period. Anything but and 2013 will be deemed as a terrible year. 우승이죠. 한마디로 저는 우승이 필요합니다. 우승이 아 니면 2013년은 끔찍한 한 해가 될 것입니다.

사실 최고의 골퍼는 타이거 우즈라고 생각합니다. 그는 실력 뿐만 아니라 카리스마까지 갖춘 선수입니다. 현재 타이거를 이길 자는 아무도 없다고 생각합니다. 로리는 아시다시피 타고난 재능을 갖고 있지만, 경험과 정신력 이 아직 부족합니다. 토너먼트를 거듭할 수록 이점은 발 전할 것 같습니다

Q.10 One year from now when you look back on 2013, what would you deem as a successful year for you? Q.10 지금으로부터 일년후 2013년을 되돌아볼 때에 어 떤 점이 당신으로 하여금 성공적인 한 해라고 여겨질 것 같습니까?

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Cheering the national squad of 2013 Sophia Deaf-mute Olympian Games 20TH, Sophia Deaf-mute Olympian Games D-100 Memorial Marathon was opened Submitted by Sang Man Jang

News Release Distribution of Materials 2013. 4. 16. Date of press 2013. 4. 16.~ Representation Jang, Sang Man: sotong@kosad.or.kr Oh, Ju Yung: judysky@kosad.or.kr

•Ahead of the opening for 2013 Sophia Deaf-mute Olympian Games, Korean National Deaf Athletic Union (Chairman :Seung-il, Byun) hosted a marathon festival at Tuk-sum Soobyun park on the 20th of April, the 33rd disability day, for the victory of the national squad. •The total of more than 300 deaf-mute people participated in the 5km and 10km course of the marathon event, running from Han-river Tuk sum resort(park) throughout Guri area. The collected fund including entry fee was donated to the Olympic athletes and all the participants was awarded finish medals and souvenirs. •The appointment ceremony hold during the event. Dr. Jun-kyu, Yeo(49), A leader of the team, was a member of sign language club in his college days and is currently a president of shooting sport federation. He has been deeply involved with the community voluntary service working as a head of Women Medi-park Hospital. There was a congratulations and 50 million won donation for ceremony from

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The total of page 4 pages Attached Date Tel 070-7422-0007 070-7422-0055

Yeo, Jun Kyu After finished games . He got a great response from the deaf because he has learned sign language to the congratulations. •the 2nd vise-minister in The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism ( Park, jong kil) and Korean National Deaf Athletic Union (Chairman :Seungil, Byun) participated to encourage in this event. • Deaf Olympic Games is a sports festival of world deaf-mute people that is organized every four years from world of the Deaf International Olympic Committee(ICSD). 5,000 athletes participated of 90countries will participate in 18 events in 2013 Sophia Deaf-mute Olympian Games being held for 10 days in Sofia, Bulgaria from 26 July to 4 August 2013. The Korean delegation have a plan taking the general 3 in 10 events participating more than 100 people Attachment 1. 2013 Sophia Deaf-mute Olympian Games outline part 1

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2013 Sophia Deaflympic Games Overview

1. Outline •Title : 2013 Sofia Deaflympics Overview •Date : From July 26, 2013 to Aug 04, 2013 (for 10days based on the closing ceremony) •Country : Sofia, Bulgaria •Sponsors : International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD) •Managed by : 2013 Sofia Deaflympic Organ ising Committee •Size : 5,000 in 90 countries, 18 sports

2. Participation Overview (draft) •Title : 2013 Sofia Deaflympics Overview •Participation Date : From July 23, 2013 to Aug 04, 2013 (For 13 days) •Country : Sofia, Bulgaria •Sports : 10 sports ※ May be changed

Athletics, badminton, basketball, beach volleyball, bowling, cycling, football, handball, judo, karate,Orienteering, shooting, swimming, table tennis, tennis, taekwondo, volleyball, wrestling

•Participants: 100 individuals ※ May be changed •Managed by : Korean Association For the Deaf •Participants Qualificaion : In athletics and swimming, all participants must pass the record criteria established. •Participation criteria : Deaf, hearing loss of at least 55 dB in the better ear

•Participants Qualificaion : Deaf, hearing loss of at least 55 dB in the better ear

Athletics, badminton, bowling, cycling, football, judo, shooting, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo

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Jeju Adventures Daegu - Mokpo - Jeju? Easing into your Vacation

Written and photographed by Stephen Elliott / Translation by Yujeong Lee

After an all-night train ride from Daegu to Mokpo (a tiny coastal town of Mokpo) station, a frantic transfer to the ferry terminal (where we were almost left behind), the Star Ferry was an oasis of calm for these two weary travelers. The ship was equipped with everything from a noraebang to a Paris Baguette (On a Korean ferry, we would expect no less). It was a longer journey than by airplane of course. It was also a far more satisfying one. The ship offered a dining hall with

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hot food, a coffee shop, a room filled with massage chairs, and most important of all, passage to the beautiful island of Jeju, where our destination would be found. We left Daegu late on a Friday night, determined to return in time for work Monday morning and determined further still to see the best that Jeju had to offer. We experienced very much in our short time, yet there remains so much more to see and experience.

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After a few hours of walking and bus-riding, we happened upon a friendly little fellow, in the form of this fountain just outside the Cheonjiyeon waterfalls. The fountain had the shape of four different animals inside of a single tortoise shell. Each of the four animals represented a relevant part in the legend of Jeju’s origin, with an explanation of the story in English and Korean. 몇 시간 동안 도보와 버스로 이동한 후에 우연히 천지연 폭포 바깥 쪽에 있는 작고 친근한 분 수를 발견했다. 이 분수는 거북이 등껍질 아래에 있 는 네 가지 동물 모양으로 되어 있었다. 한국어와 영 어로 된 이야기의 설명서에 따르면 각 동물은 제주도 기원에 대한 전설과 관련된 것을 상징한다. -continued on p30-

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The Cheonjeyeon falls represent one location of the three of major waterfalls on Jeju. The name of this waterfall means “the place where heaven and earth meet,” and according to legend, this is the place where heavenly creatures (water nymphs, or angels in some translations) would take their evening bath. That legend, combined with their pastoral tranquility, has long made these falls a popular destination for honeymooning couples.

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천제연 폭포는 제주도에 있는 세가지 주요 폭포 중 하나이다. 폭포의 이름은 “하늘과 땅이 만나는 곳”이라 는 의미이며, 전설에 따르면, 이곳은 천상의 피조물(물의 요정이나 다른 번역에 의하면 천사)이 저녁에 목욕을 하던 곳이라고 한다. 목가적인 평온함을 담고 있는 전설 덕분에 오랫동안 만들어진 천지연 폭포는 신혼여행을 온 부부에게 인기있는 관광지가 되었다.

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A large bridge connects the land masses between the falls and the rest of the island. We arrived just around sunset, to catch the breathtaking view of the ocean. I managed to snap a photo of a Korean couple taking in the sights as evening quickly approached. We two travellers headed into the center of the main city, to catch some dinner so that we could make our evening destination before the busses shut down.

커다란 다리가 폭포와 섬, 양쪽의 광활한 대지를 연결하고 있다. 우리는 숨막히게 아름다운 바다의 전망을 보기 위해 딱 해질녘에 도착했다. 나는 저녁이 빠르게 다 가오는 순간에 한국인 커플이 시야 안에 들어오는 사진을 찍을 수 있었다. 우리 두 여행자는 저녁을 먹기 위해 도심 지로 향했고, 버스가 끊기지 전에 저녁에 가려고 했던 목 적지에 갈 수 있었다

Black pork (huk dwe ji) is a specialty on Jeju, and therefore a bit pricy. The island’s residents swear that it is the most delicious pork to be found in Korea. Both I and my traveling companion felt that even so, the price of the meal was a bit much for what looked and tasted very similar to Sam Gyeop Sal that we had eaten in Daegu. Even still, the restaurant that we found near the falls was lovely, and served a generous supply of ban chan (side dishes) that were also quite delicious. The price of admission was also almost paid for by the awe-inducing window-view of the ocean, which seemed available from almost every corner of our view.

흑돼지는 제주의 특산품이라서 조금 비싼 편이 다. 섬사람들은 한국에서 찾을 수 있는 가장 맛있는 돼지고 기라고 장담한다. 그렇다고 하더라도 나와 내 동행 모두 대 구에서 먹은 삼겹살과 비슷해 보이고, 맛도 비슷한 식사의 가격이 조금 비싸다고 생각했다. 게다가 폭포 근처에서 발 견했던 식당은 반찬도 넉넉하게 주는 좋은 곳이었고, 꽤 맛 도 있었다. 폭포 입장료도 어느 각도에서 봐도 경외심을 불 러일으키는 바다의 풍경을 창문에서 바라볼 수 있는 것에 대해 치르는 것이었다고 할 수 있다.

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Our last stop of the night was the Jeju World Cup Stadium. Soccer fans will recognize it as one of the several sites of the FIFA World Cup 2002. For the two of us, however, it was not the stadium but the bath house (jjim jil bang) housed underneath that had our interest. If you can get over the idea of sharing a hot bath with several other naked folk of your gender, Korean bathing culture can be a very enjoyable experience. It can also be a great way to save money, as we were able to spend the night on the floor of the building with sleeping mats and blankets provided by the bath house. This particular bath house had a coffee theme. If you have ever wondered what it would be like to take a bath in a giant Americano, this place would be highly recommended. 밤에 마지막으로 갔던 곳은 제주 월드컵 경기장 이었다. 축구팬들은 이 곳을 2002 월드컵의 몇몇 장소 중 하나로 알아볼 것이다. 그러나 우리에게는 경기장이 그 아 래쪽에 우리의 흥미를 끌었던 찜질방으로 기억하고 있다. 동성의 벌거벗은 사람들과 함께 목욕을 하는 것을 극복할 수 있다면, 한국식 목욕 문화는 아주 즐거운 경험이 될 것 이다. 또한 돈을 절약하는 훌륭한 방법이기도 하다. 찜질 방에서 제공하는 매트와 이불을 가지고 바닥에서 밤을 보 낼 수 있었던 것처럼 말이다. 이 특정한 찜질방은 커피를 주제로 하고 있다. 만약 아메리카노로 채워진 거대한 탕 안 에서 하는 목욕이 궁금하다면 이 장소를 강력히 추천한다.

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island of Jeju continues to offer more wonderful and unique experiences to all who take the time to visit. 그래서 완전히 지쳐버린 여행자들은 다시 기운 을 차렸고, 푹 자고 난 다음 아침에 부두로 가는 첫 버스를 타기 위해 일어났다. 다시 우리가 대구에 남겨둔 삶을 이어 나가기 위해 말이다. 짧은 시간이었지만 매 순간마다 즐거 운 모험을 했다. 제주도는 제주에서 시간을 보내는 모두에 게 제주도는 더 멋지고 독특한 경험을 계속 선사할 것이다.

A brief travel receipt: Train tickets from Daegu station to Mokpo (round trip): 38,000 won Mokpo Ferry to Jeju (round trip) : 80,000 won each person Cheonjeyeon falls entrance fee : 1,200 won each person Black Pork for 1 person: 30,000 won Bath house (jjim jil bang): 12,000 won each person O ther expenses (approximate): 50,000 won Total cost: 211,200 won each person

여행경비 개요 대구역에서 목포까지 왕복티켓 : 38,000원 목포에서 제주도 왕복 페리티켓 : 1인당 80,000원 천제연 폭포 입장료 : 1인당 1,200원 흑돼지 식사 : 1인당 30,000원 찜질방 : 1인당 12,000원 기타 경비(대략) : 50,000원 총 : 1인당 211,200원

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Take a Leap of Faith The Highest Bungee Jump in the World @ Macau Tower (Macau) Written and photographed by SIAWN OU / www.headstandtravels.com / translated by Yujeong Lee

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he highest… that means there’s nothing further, nothing more. It’s the final destination; the end of the journey where you can say, “After I do this, I don’t need to do it anymore.” I’ve never been or done the _____est of anything, and on this warm winter day in Macau, I was going to add my name to a very short list. 가장 높다…라는 말은 그 이상 높은 것은 없 다라는 것을 의미한다. 그 곳은 최종 목적 지였고, 여행의 마지막 일정으로 “이 걸 하 고 난 다음에는 더 이상 하지 않아도 된다.” 라고 해도 된다. 나는 이제껏 가장 ~한 것 을 해본 적이 없었고, 마카오의 어느 따뜻 한 겨울날, 내 이름을 짧은 대기 리스트에 ���리려고 한다.

이런, 그 부분에 대한 내 기억은 완전히 흐릿하다. 다른 사람이 뛰는 것을 지켜보기? 아이고, 그 사람 들은 제정신이 아니다. 그런 생각들을 벗어나서, 나는 겁에 질리고, 어리석은 인간으로써 점프대로 기어가야 하는 내 운명을 받아들였다. 내 친구가 이렇게 말하기 전까지는 아무렇지 않았다. “야, 안 소니 부르댕(주:미국의 유명 요리사)도 이거 했대. 너 괜찮을 거야.” 그리고 난 처음으로 마음을 좀 다 잡을 수 있었다. 59층… 60층… 61층 *땡* “My, that’s quite a view” “우와, 전망 끝내준다.”

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How do you prepare for such an extreme experience? Visualization? No, my brain couldn’t fathom anything that high. Recalling my first bungee jump? Shit, that part of my memory is a complete fuzz. Watching other people do it? Man, those people are nuts! Out of ideas, I accepted my fate that I was going to creep onto that ledge a scared and witless human being. It wasn’t until when my friend said, “Dude, Anthony Bourdain did this. You got it.” that I felt my first hint of resolve. 59… 60… 61 *DING* 당신은 그런 극한의 경험을 어떻게 준비하 는가? 머리 속에서 구체적으로 상상해보는 것? 아니다, 나의 뇌는 그렇게 높은 것을 가 늠할 수 없다. 첫번째 번지점프 회상해보기?

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Things were starting to feel real now. The staff guided me through the paperwork, gave me a t-shirt, and told me to get ready. Was that apathy or pity in their eyes? I changed into what was possibly my death attire, emptied my pockets, and prepared to get strapped up. 이제 모든 게 진짜처럼 느껴지 기 시작한다. 스탭들이 서약서 작성을 안내해주고, 티셔츠를 한 장 준 다음 준비하라고 이야 기해줬다. 그 사람들의 눈 속에 있던 건 무관심이었을까, 동정 이었을까? 나는 내 장례복장이 될 지도 모르는 옷으로 갈아입 고, 주머니를 비우고, 줄에 묶 일 준비를 했다.

“So you’re going to pull this red cord by your left knee once you rebound. This will release your ankle straps and bring you to a sitting position.” Wait, what? I have instructions to follow? You expect me to be cognizant in the middle of plunging 764 feet? Tied up and strapped in, I shimmied over to the ledge. “Just get a little closer to the edge… it’s going to feel a bit heavy” What’s going to feel heavy…? OH CRAP! You mean this 500 feet of bungee cord that’s attached to my ankles is dangling in empty space beneath me?! “Say hi to the camera!”

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Oh hey! What up! I’m not trying to get dragged to my death or anything… “Ok, here we go! 5, 4, 3, 2, 1… Bye bye.” “뛰어내리고 난 다음에 왼쪽 무릎 옆에 있는 빨간색 끈을 당기면 됩니다. 그러면 발목 끈이 풀리고, 앉아 있는 자세가 될 거예요.” 잠깐만, 뭐라고요? 내가 따라야 할 지시사항이 있다 고요? 764피트(주:232m)에서 낙하하는 도중에 제 정신으로 있기를 기대하는 건가요? 스탭이 줄을 묶고, 벨트로 고정시켜준 다음에 나는 점프대로 춤추듯 걸어갔다. “가장자리로 더 가깝게 오세요. 조금 무겁게 느껴 질 거예요.” 뭐가 무겁게 느껴진다는 거지? 망했네! 그러니까 내 발목에 붙어 있는 500피트(주:152m)짜리 번지줄 이 내 아래에 있는 공중에서 대롱거릴 거라고 말하

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는 거네요. “카메라에 대고 인사하세요!” 아, 안녕하세요! 전 지금 죽으려거나 뭐 그런 걸 하 려는 건 아니예요… “자, 갑니다! 5, 4, 3, 2, 1… 잘가요.”

It’s like that first breathless plunge off a steep rollercoaster drop. Your brain shuts down while your body tries its best to understand this incredibly unnatural feeling. It’s gonna stop any moment now. I’m going to stop falling, you think. But you don’t. There’s so much space left… 첫 번째 숨막히는 느낌은 가파른 롤러코스터에서 떨 어지는 것 같다. 몸이 믿기 힘든 이 부자연스러운 느 낌을 받아들이기 위해 노력하는 동안 뇌는 활동을 멈춰버린다. 곧 금방 멈출 것이라고, 이제 그만 떨어 질 것이라고 생각할 것이다. 하지만 그렇지 않다. 아 직 땅에 도착하려면 멀었다.

Somehow, for a reason unknown to me, this uncomfortable squeeze on my being suddenly dissipates. What was once a suffocating contraction now feels like clear expansion. I see the landing pad. I’m aware of my surroundings. I feel my body flying (or falling) through space. It was like breaking through cloud cover and seeing clear skies for the first time. I fell the rest of the way with a big goofy grin. 왜인지는 모르겠지만 잘 모르는 이유로 인해 아래 쪽이 졸리던 불편한 느낌이 갑자기 사라졌다. 한 때 숨막히는 듯한 수축되는 느낌을 받다가 이제 숨통이 트이는 듯하다. 착륙장이 보이고, 내 주위가 이제 눈 에 들어온다. 공중에서 내 몸이 날고 있는 것(혹은 떨어지고 있는 것)을 느낀다. 하늘을 덮은 구름을 뚫 고, 맑은 하늘을 처음 보는 듯한 기분이다. 남은 구 간 동안은 바보같이 웃으면서 내려왔다.

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The rebound was unnerving. Launched back halfway up the length of the tower, I remembered my instructions and looked down (or up) towards my knee for the red cord. Pulling the cord just as I achieved momentary suspension 400 feet in the air, my body suddenly jolted back into right side up. Holy crap! Where am I? And thus began another, completely different, fall. 다시 튀어 오르는 부분은 긴장되지 않 았다. 타워 절반의 높이를 다시 튕겨져 올라왔을 때 무릎 쪽을 올려다(혹은 내 려다) 보고 빨간 줄을 찾으라는 지시사 항을 기억해냈다. 공중에서 400피트에 딱 다다랐을 때쯤 줄을 잡아당겼더니, 갑자기 덜컥거리더니 몸이 뒤집어지지 않고 똑바로 되었다. 젠장! 내가 어디에 있는 거지? 그리고 이렇게 해서 완전히 다른 낙하가 또 시작되었다. Moments later, sitting in empty space with the bungee cord at full extension, I was lowered down. I had a last few seconds to savor the fact that I was the only person in the country hanging 200 feet in the air. It felt like a special, private, exclusive place. Gaining

the ground was both a relief and a burden at the same time. It was like taking solace in the safety of my physical constraints. With that said however, my first few steps back on earth did feel a bit lighter, and the world around me did look a bit bigger. Something has definitely changed. 잠시 후 공중에서 번지줄이 팽팽하게 당겨진 채로 앉아서 점차 내려가고 있었다. 나는 마지막 몇 초 동 안 내가 나라 안에서 200피트(주:70m) 공중에 매 달려 있는 유일한 사람이라는 것을 즐겼다. 특별하 고, 사적이고, 독점적인 공간에 있는 듯 했다. 땅에 닿으니 안심도 되었지만 동시에 부담도 되었다. 물 리적 제약요인에서 안전해졌다는 위안을 얻은 듯 했 다. 하지만 땅에 돌아온 후에 내딛은 첫 몇 걸음은

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조금 가벼웠고, 내 주위의 세상은 실제로 조금 더 크 게 보였다. 뭔가 확실히 바뀌었다. I want to go again. 나는 또 가고 싶다.

Siawn does headstands around the world. See more at: www.headstandtravels.com Siawn은 세계를 돌아다니며 물구나무 서기를 한다. 이 곳에서 확인해보라. www.headstandtravels. com

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Written by Kyler Nerison / Photos by Ivan Broida

Cheongdo Bullfighting Tour 5 Stops, 4 Buses, 1 Great Day!

It was around 9:00 a.m. when 4 busloads left Banwaldong and headed south to Cheongdo. Located in North Gyeongsang Province, Cheongdo plays host to the largest bullfighting championship in the country and, this year, the fifth annual Daegu Compass bullfighting trip. Unlike the more familiar man versus beast form of bullfighting, the 1,000-year old Korean version imitates the bulls’ interspecies’ territorial struggles that don’t result in death or dismemberment of the animal. In addition to the bullfighting festival, the busses stopped at a “wine tunnel,” organic market, a park for a barbeque lunch and a strawberry greenhouse. Despite the rainy weather, the Compass staff kept attendees dry. The Gam Wine tunnel opened it’s doors in 2006 and holds the perhaps dubious honor of being the world’s first persimmon wine cellar. Originally known as the “Namseonghyeon Tunnel,” and over 1 kilometer long, it was built in 1898 to house a railway used to transport materials during the Korean War. Its entrance is now surrounded by a beautiful persimmon orchard.

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The tunnel’s location in the middle of the mountain keeps the temperature a constant 15 degrees and humidity at 60-70%, apparently perfect conditions for aging persimmon wine. The wine itself might not win any international acclaim, but combined with the unique atmosphere, saltine crackers and American cheese and two generous pours of persimmon wine, it made for a fun way to start the day.

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After a stop at the organic market and a hot Americano coffee to warm up, the busses headed to a nearby park’s band shell for a barbeque lunch of samgyeopsal, hot dogs, tofu for the vegetarians, soda and soju punch. Realizing many attendees didn’t heed the recommendations to b.y.o.b., Compass staffed arranged an impromptu beer run to a local mart.

with red or blue paint – and groaning when he turns tail and ends the match.

After lunch, it was off to the Cheongdo Sossaum (bullfighting arena). Drawing over 500,000 visitors since it’s 1999 inception, the event is a full-fledged festival with traditional costumes, local dignitaries, food booths, music and other performances.

Putting some money on the outcome is an inexpensive way to add excitement to the bouts – the minimum bet is a mere 100 won. Even a small amount of money and pride on predicting the winner will draw you into every movement in the ring. If you like to live a little more dangerously, bet the maximum 100,000 won.

The real action, though, takes place inside the arena. Seeing two massive bulls lock horns and push 1,000 kilos of muscle against another is a site unmatched. The crowd roars with each clash of horns, cheering on their favorite bull – marked

Despite being woefully ignorant of bullfighting’s finer intricacies (unlike most native Korean observers), this veteran spectator of American rodeos found the fights to be more intense than action-filled, but exciting nonetheless.

The process of betting couldn’t be much easier – make your way to the bottom of the arena, mark your betting slip, pay the cashier and yell furiously when your bull walks onto the arena’s sand.

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Yeongdeok Snow Crab Festival Not too Crabby!

Written and photographed by Gary Lynn

Like other Daegu Compass trips, this trip was on Saturday, but unlike other Daegu Compass trips, this one was led by Wandong Yeo. He put together a trip to Gangguhang Port area, where we spent 25,000 won to go to the Yeongdeok Snow Crab Festival. It was about a two a half hour bus ride to get to the east coast of Korea. It was very pretty. The view reminded me of central California’s coastline. The festival took place from March 28 to April 1. Long ago, these snow crabs were regarded as delicacies and would be specially presented to the king. King crabs in Yeongdeok are reared in the same way as they were hundreds of years ago; therefore they have a particularly clean and pure taste. There were many snow

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crab related events. They had everything from crab fishing competition, where you were allowed to catch up to three crabs, to dancing on stage with the dancers. This was fun! Let’s not forget the parade that went through the entire festival, it was called “The Walk of Taejo.” Here also the “Snow Crab Public Auction” is especially popular. Over 100,000 snow crabs are sold and cooked during the festival. This was the perfect opportunity for visitors to purchase snow crabs at a low price and enjoy the marketplace atmosphere. At the marketplace, we saw other seafood. Various fish but what stood out the most was the lobster. Over 24 inches (2’) long or 60cm and a claw as big, if not bigger, than my hand, and I have some bear like paws.

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Visitors at the festival rode on a snow crab fishing boat, took part in a snow crab cooking competition, walked along the 400’ pier, and even got a chance to sample various snow crab dishes for free. Such as Daegetang (snow crab soup) and snow crab noodles. We had about a dozen of us (teachers) from Camp George on the bus from Daegu. Half of the other bus was from Jinhae. I asked several people how they heard about the trip and was told, mostly by word of mouth. Some said Facebook, and then others said the Compass. Wandong Yeo had put together, not only a nice trip for

us, but another trip going to Busan. Once there, they would be celebrating an Indian religious holiday which involved throwing colored powder. This was a good day for us and everyone said that they are looking forward to the next Daegu Compass trip. A special thanks to Yeo Wandong, his first Compass trip and he did a great job!!

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Welcome to Daegu! Fresh Faces, Fresh Advice

Interviews by Tania Vincent

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s well as welcoming the cherry blossoms to Korea, the streets of Daegu are filled with a number of new faces. This can only signal one thing. A new batch of EPIK English teachers have arrived. With the start of a new school year, comes many bright eyed and bushy tailed travelers from every area of the globe. Each one ready to experience both the fantastic and kooky extremes that Daegu has to offer.

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We thought it would be a great time to find out a little bit more about some of our new ‘Daegu-euns’ as well as ask some experienced ‘Waygooks’ for some friendly welcoming advice. If you see me, Tania, around town say, "Hi!" and introduce yourself to me, who knows, you might end up in the next issue of the Daegu Compass.

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What is your name? Lee Scott

How old are you?

I'm perilously close to 28 years of age.

Where are you from?

I was born in London, but I grew up in Bridgend, South Wales.

Can you tell us a little bit about your area of Daegu?

I currently reside in Pyeongri within Seogu. I think it's fair to say that I live in a comparatively deprived area of Daegu. What would you say are the advantages and disadvantages of the area in which you live? As alluded to above, my students and neighbors are considered to come from low socio-economic backgrounds. However, this means that prices are kept low locally, and the area has a very raw and authentic feel. I really like it.

Lee Scott

What is your opinion of the Korean people?

The highest compliment I can pay the Korean people is that, if I had the choice, I would change the British character to be more like the Korean character, rather than the other way around. They're kind, considerate, polite, hospitable and fun. What's not to love?

What is your favorite restaurant:?

Anywhere that serves 'Galbi' but I recently tried ‘Pan Asia’ and it was delicious.

What is your favorite bar?

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What is your name?

Jessica Begovich

How old are you?

I'm 25 English years or 27 in Korean years

Where are you from?

I'm from Matamata, New Zealand (where Hobbiton was filmed)

Why did you choose to move to Daegu?

My boyfriend Jacob and I chose Daegu because we were likely to be placed together. It's also nice and close to everywhere! Which is fabulous.

Jessica Begovich

What is your opinion on Daegu's transport system?

Daegu's public transport system is pretty 'tops'. It will be substantially more amazing when the monorail is up and running. But I have to say, the buses are pretty fantastic. I am on the bus or metro for almost two hours every day getting to and from school. I can vouch for it's reliability.

Have you had a chance to join any fitness teams or get any exercise while in Daegu?

So far I've been for numerous runs, which has proved beautiful as we have some lovely mountain trails near our house. I've also been to a K-Pop dance class, which I'm planning on frequenting and mastering.

What is your name? Robert Yurchesyn

How old are you? 24

Where are you from? Atlanta, GA

Why did you decide to move to Daegu as opposed to somewhere else in Korea?

I choose Daegu because it seemed like the best bet for me to secure a position with EPIK. (English Program In Korea) Robert Yurchesyn

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What is your opinion on Daegu’s night life?

I enjoy it! It reminds me of the night life in Atlanta; its got a little bit of everything but not too much of anything. I love running by the river in the day. Great paths for running.

What has been one of your favorite Korean experiences so far?

Getting a huge pancake brunch in Seoul with one of my best friends (who lives in Seoul). It was a revelation.

What is your name:? Chelyn Barnack

How old are you? 24

Where are you from?

I am from Cape Town, South Africa.

Have you moved to Korea on your own? No, I travelled to Daegu with my boyfriend. Chelyn Barnack

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Can you tell us a little bit about the area you and your boyfriend live?

My boyfriend stays near Sangin subway stop, it is very central with a Lotte department store, gym, Daiso, Home Plus and western restaurants, it is quite a new area compared to mine. My area is about 15 minutes from the Daegu Bank subway stop, it is quite an older area with lots of traditional Korean food places, yoga centers and Suseong market. They are both very different and awesome in their own way.

Can you tell us a little bit about the school you teach in?

The experience of teaching in Korea has been both challenging and rewarding. Challenging because I was under the impression that my co-teachers would teach with me and I have had to take on the role of teaching on my own. Students in high school are really difficult to keep stimulated in every lesson

especially the boys. This experience has been rewarding because I am growing as not just a teacher but as a person. I'm realizing my strengths and weaknesses. It has been a really good decision for me.

What would you say are the main differences between Daegu and your home in South Africa? Main differences? Wow, there are so many! Climate, it’s not as cold in SA as its Daegu. I hear it snows here, it never snows in Cape Town. Tipping waiters, we tip in SA. Living space, in Cape Town we have quite a lot more space, the apartments/houses are larger! In Daegu there are just apartment blocks everywhere with tiny apartments. I'd like to go skiing and see Jeju Island and do some travelling within Korea.

What is your name? Patrick Harris

How old are you? 23 (25 Korean Age!)

Where are you from? Bath, England

How long have you been in Daegu?

It is now seven months since I arrived here and it has passed by in a flash!

Patrick Harris

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pletely new world to discover in terms of food, and I had never realized how much variation there could be. I think I have found a new “favorite food� every month or so! In general, I have hugely enjoyed the fact that the more you learn about Korean culture, language, people and the city itself, the more you can appreciate and the more you can discover.

Do you think you will be staying for another year?

I have just decided that I will not be staying in Korea. I have been offered an opportunity to study human rights in Italy and as much as I have loved Daegu, and Korea in general, I felt that this was something that I couldn’t turn down. It is testament to how much I have enjoyed living here that the decision was such a difficult one to make, I will hugely miss the country, the people, the friends I have made here and the wonderful freedom to explore and travel. But, luckily, I do still have five months to go!

What advice would you give to new arrivals to Daegu?

Be active, get out there and explore and embrace the culture and the city, which at first may seem so strange and different. Meet as many people as you can and try and take advantage of every opportunity; you will be rewarded with some amazing experiences and friendships!

What has been some of your favorite experiences while living in Daegu?

The autumn in Korea, although short, produces some incredible color, and one of my favorite experiences was taking a trip to Palgong Mountain during this time. Some of my other favorite experiences have been discovering new restaurants and new food here. For most of us, there is a com-

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Make the Next Step

The Key to Becoming an University English Professor Written by Stephen Schuit / http://koreanbookends.blogspot.com/

“A good command of English is vital to be successful in Korea’s job market” Lee Byeong Wan, Ph.D., Professor, Economist, and former Director of Yeungnam University’s Foreign Language Institute There are more than 27,000 native English speakers currently teaching in Korea, helping to fulfill a remarkable national strategy for learning English. The largest contingents are from the U.S., Canada, the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. That figure is even more impressive when you consider that as recently as 2002, there were 10,950 English speakers teaching in Korea—less than half the current number. English teachers can be found in all types of teaching venues and roles in Korea, with the single largest contingent working at private

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English Centers known as Hagwons. Many teach at the elementary and secondary levels. Daegu, known as an education center in Korea, has an impressive number of educational institutions. As of 2009 there were 215 elementary schools, 123 middle schools and 91 high schools. There are also more than 20 universities and colleges. Our focus here will be on native English speakers teaching at the many colleges and universities in Daegu. What attracts English teachers to roles at universities? According to Lee Byeong Wan, professor and Daegu Community _ Make the Next Step

economist at Yeungnam University, the leading factors include: the opportunity for professional development, the intellectually stimulating environment, longer vacations, and the multiple perspectives that are included in faculty evaluation systems, such as feedback from students, colleagues and staff. Successful English teachers at the university-level tend to demonstrate several attributes. Professor Lee found that the characteristics of effective EFL/ESL instructors include: enthusiasm, preparation and patience. My personal experience bears this out. A significant http://daegucompass.com


lack of any of these factors can present problems for a native speaking university instructor or professor. Over the last several decades there is an unmistakable upward trend in the number of native English speakers teaching in Korea. Factors influencing this trend include: the economic conditions in one’s home country; personal interest in a new cross-cultural experience and the salary, benefits and work conditions at the Korean work site. The latter, of course, vary from school to school. But university instructors and professors generally find their compensation to be at the higher end of the English educator salary pay continuum. Workloads, while sometimes challenging, tend to be significantly less than those faced by teachers at Hagwons, elementary, middle or high schools. Professors generally have teaching loads of 12-18 hours/week. Instructors usually teach 17 hours/week or more.

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MEMORIES ENJOY POUR YOUR OWN

DOUBLES THURSDAYS

Many college-level teachers have master’s degrees and even doctorates. However, there are many individuals teaching English at universities who do not have graduate degrees. Yeungnam University, for example, recently eliminated its previous requirement of a master’s degree for a professor’s position--this change is said to provide the university greater flexibility in its recruitment efforts. On the flip-side however, many schools require prior university-level teaching experience from their candidates. As would be expected, compensation varies widely. One recent survey of 30 Korean universities found that starting annual salaries for university level English teachers with a master’s degree was between 35,000,000 – 37,000,000 won. For faculty with a bachelor’s degree, the starting salary was 26,700,000 won. In terms of housing support, 37% offered a housing allowance or free housing. If you are considering a university-level English teaching position, a good place to start is to speak with someone who is currently in the role. Networking is an important strategy in any job search, and that goes for teaching English at the university level as well. Use your connections, make contacts through friends and friends of friends, and set up an “informational interview” to learn more about a particular college -continued on p53-

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environment, a school or department’s work and learning climate and what a typical week is like. For example, at Yeungnam University’s Foreign Language Institute, all faculty members are expected to also work several hours a week at the school’s English Help Desk. In addition, staff members have the opportunity to coach students oneon-one through a special program sponsored by the Institute. Getting Ready to Apply Depending on the university, schools start looking at their staffing needs about 5-8 months prior to the actual start date. So if you’re considering applying for the fall semester, the March-April time frame is a good time to make sure your documentation is in order. Minimally, universities will want to see a resume, official college diplomas (sometimes apostilled with the

official stamp of state or national agencies), transcripts and recommendations. A well-written cover letter is always an advantage—one that underscores both your specific teaching experience and interest in teaching and a statement indicating why you would make a good addition to the university you are applying to. If you are applying from within Korea, final candidates are usually invited to come to the university to do a teaching-demo, that is, conduct a class with a small number of students who have been specifically invited for that purpose. In that way, hiring officials can see how you engage with students under nearly-actual classroom conditions. I would recommend developing a highly interactive lesson plan, one that is also very flexible. It may help to ask your contact person at the

school about the students--their English speaking level, how many students will be in the room, and who else will be in present. This information will help your planning and also likely reduce some of the stress you understandably might be feeling. These days, the most popular online sites used by universities include Dave’s ESL Café and ARJK. Some universities also post their job openings on their respective university websites. Education continues to be an important contributing factor to Korea’s success. And with more than 20 colleges and universities in the Greater Daegu alone, the teaching of English is an important economic stimulant to the area’s economy. Make your mark, teach at a Daegu “U.”

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Daegu Theatre Troupe ‘COCK’ One Man’s Struggle to find Himself Written by Christopher Hodgson and Stephney Williams / Photos submitted by the Daegu Theatre Troupe

“COCK” is a play about a man with a decision to make. Mike Bartlett’s brilliant writing takes us through a man’s journey into sexual and emotional confusion as he struggles to come to terms with ‘what’ he is…and if that even matters at all. After reading the title, you may, at first feel turnedon or turned-off. But, far from being a sensational shocker, Mike Bartlett’s award-winning comedy “COCK” is a piercing, intelligent analysis of a man torn between his longtime male partner and the woman he has fallen in love with. This is Christopher Hodgson’s directorial debut with the Daegu theatre troupe. Chosen primari-

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ly because of the robustness of characters and well-constructed dialogue, director Christopher Hodgson intends to explore the raw emotions that surround love and heartbreak as these characters relationships are pitted against each other in a clash of passion, humor and devastation. The show features the great acting talents of JD Stewart, Elaine Fenwick, David Mansell, and Austin Chilton

000 won each and can be purchased at the door. Actors and crew will also be selling individual tickets prior to the show. For more information please check out the Daegu Theatre Troupe facebook page or visit the DTT website atwww.daegutheatre.org.

The play will be performed on June 1st and 2nd at the Woojeon Theater, which is located a few blocks from the Prince Hotel. Show times are Saturday 8pm and Sunday 6pm. Tickets are 10, Daegu Community _ Daegu Theatre Troupe

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Written and interviewed by Jenny Yoo / Photos submitted by Amber Lewis

Daegu International School Promoting Youth Leadership

It is with reminiscent familiarity that I write again for the Daegu Compass. Back in 2011, I had the honor of introducing both myself and my school, Daegu International School, on paper. Representing our students, I had elaborated on the reason behind my decision to come to DIS, intimately describing my life as a student and my personal goals. This time, driven by renewed reporter’s zeal, I have interviewed one of DIS’s most indispensable teachers to recount an inaugural school event. With the landmark presidential elections last November of both South Korea and the United States came the remarkable event of the first-ever Presidential Mock Election at our school. 11th grade students had the opportunity to engage in the ongoing American political scene under the lead of their AP US History teacher, Mr. Jonathan Lewis. The video that documents this meaningful project and conveys the passionate dedica-

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tion he and his students put into this project has been submitted to the Follett Challenge. This is a competition that recognizes innovative teachers and programs in schools from all over the world. All prizes go directly into the classroom to better the learning environment and supply educational resources for its students. Mr. Lewis and his students have unanimously decided to donate half of any winnings to the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut—the unfortunate backdrop of a brutal shooting spree that happened in December in the United States. Videos and all information concerning DIS’s mock election and the Follett Challenge can be accessed at www.follettchallenge.com. Search for Daegu International School and watch the entire process from start to finish. As an aspiring journalist and the leader of the Democratic Party in this mock election, I have interviewed Mr. Lewis to get to the bottom of this event.

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1. Why were you inspired to do this project? Every presidential election inspires me, and I try different ways to get it to inspire students, too. Presidential elections in America give us a chance to affect our future like nothing else. Being an international school, I wanted my students to experience this and try to make a difference.

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2. What assignments did each party have to accomplish? (paper ads, debates, videos) The main task each party had to come up with was how to sell their candidate to the student body. One group of students represented Democratic candidate Barack Obama, the other represented Republican Mitt Romney. Many of our students had some knowledge of the US candidates, but the students in my class had to try to win their support. Both groups also had to give a speech in front of the school, film commercials that played on our school news program, hang campaign signs all over the school and have three students that would represent their group in a debate, also done in front of the school. 3. What significance does this project have to DIS? With our Head of School, Mark Grice, we thought that a hands-on experience would be great for our students in terms of learning about the Presidential Election. “You learn by doing” is a popular and credible adage that had proven itself with this project. Research shows that hands-on experience can really motivate and take learning to a new level. It also helped students get excited about their own election here in Korea which was going on at the same time. They could better understand the process and get a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes. 4. What do you think your students learned from this project? The biggest thing I think they learned was how important voting is and even more importantly how you must be an informed voter. They learned how they can influence others by having an informed opinion based on facts and figures. There’s more to it than just filling out a ballot…your vote can actually make a difference and make an impact on the future. 5. Which party won? Was this expected? Why? (debate, publicity, winners, etc.) It was no surprise that the Democrats and Barack Obama won the election. It was almost 3 to 1 in the voting. It is interesting that so many of our international students love President Obama even though before our mock election, they probably didn’t even know why.

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This is an overview of our April events. For more information on events in our calendar, check out the next two pages or e-mail us at: events@daegucompass.com. Please email us your event information by May 15th for our June 2013 issue.

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Concert @ 20:3022:30 (Novotel Daegu Terrace Cafe) POUR YOUR OWN DOUBLES @ Traveler’s Bar and Grill

Wednesday Night Trivia @ Traveler’s Bar and Grill

Non-verbal performance JUMP @ Suseong Artpia / 5.3~5.5

The 161st Regular Concert Daegu Metropolitan Traditional Music Orchestra 2013 Daegu Yangnyeongsi Herb@Medicine Culture Festival @ Yangnyeongsi street / 5.8~5.12 Daegu Culture and Arts Center Concert @ 20:3022:30 (Novotel Daegu Terrace Cafe) Paul Mauriat Mime LaLaLuna @ Wednesday Night POUR YOUR OWN Orchestra Concert Suseong Artpia / Trivia @ Traveler’s DOUBLES @ Travel@ Chunma Arts 5.11~5.12 Bar and Grill er’s Bar and Grill Center

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National Geographic Photo Exhibition: The Beautiful Days

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Oh pure love exhibition

@ Daegu Art Museum / 3.1~6.30

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River Wild - Rafting Trip @ Susong Artpia / 6.1~6.2

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May 2013 Event Calendar 16th Biseulsan Azalea Cultural Festival Time: 5.1~5.8 / Place: Biseulsan Ticket information:053-715-1282 / http://www.biseul.kr

Non-verbal performance JUMP

Time: 5.3~5.5 Weekday:20:00 / Sat: 15:00, 18:00 / Sun: 14:00, 17:00 Ticket price: 20,000w / student: 10,000w / Place: Suseong Artpia Ticket information: 053-762-0000 / www.ssartpia.kr

2013 Daegu Yangnyeongsi Herb Medicine Culture Festival

Time: 5.8~5.12 / Place: Yangnyeongsi street Ticket information: 053-253-4729 / http://www.herbfestival.org

The 161st Regular Concert Daegu Metropolitan Traditional Music Orchestra Time: 5.9 19:30 / Ticket price: 10,000w Place: Daegu Culture and Arts Center Information:053-606-6193 / http://artcenter.daegu.go.kr

Paul Mauriat Orchestra Concert

Time: 5.10 20:00 Ticket price: Vip:130,000w / R:100,000w / S:80,000w / A:60,000w Place: Chunma Arts Center Ticket information:1599-2005 / http://www.cmac.ac.kr

Mime LaLaLuna

Time: 5.11~5.12 Sat:15:00,19:00 / Sun:15:00 Ticket price: A:40,000w / S:30,000w Place: Suseong Artpia Ticket Information: 053-668-1800 / www.ssartpia.kr

NationalGeographic Photo Exhibition: The Beautiful Days

Time: 3.22~6.30 weekday:9:00~18:00 weekend:9:00~19:00 Ticket price: 12,000w / Place: Daegu National Museum Ticket information:053-422-4224 / http://daegu.museum.go.kr/

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May 2013 Event Calendar Jazz & Story â…˘ Matthieu Bore

Time: 5.14 20:00 / Ticket price: R:33,000w / S:22,000w Place: Bongsan Art Center Ticket Information: 053-661-3081 / http://www.bongsanart.org

the 24th Dongseongro Korea Wave Festival Time: 5.17~5.19 Place: Dongseongro street Ticket Information: 053-423-3337 / http://www.dsr.or.kr/

The 396th Daegu Metropolitan Orchestra Time: 5.24 20:00 / Ticket price: 15,000w Place: Daegu Culture and Arts Center Information: 053-606-6313 / http://artcenter.daegu.go.kr

Oh Pure Love Exhibition

Time: 3.1~6.30 Ticket price:1,000w / Place: Daegu Art Museum Ticket information:053-790-3000 / www.daeguartmuseum.org

Kabbala / Design and Art

Time: 4.1~6.23 / Ticket price: 1,000w Place: Daegu Art Museum Ticket information: 053-790-3000 / www.daeguartmuseum.org

Colorful Festival - 2013 Welcome Festival Time: 5.19 10:30~17:00 Place: Gukchaebosang Memorial Park Ticket information:053-803-6791

River Wild - Rafting Trip

Time: 6.1~6.2 / Ticket price: 135,000w Place: Gangwondo Ticket information: events@daegucompass.com http://www.daegucompass.com/riverwild

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How to Get there bring the Compass with you and show the taxi driver your destination

Daegu Opera House 115-5 Chilsung2-ga, Buk-gu, Daegu 053)666-6000

Suseong Artpia 1137-3 Jisan-dong, Suseong-gu, Daegu 053)666-3300

Donggu Art and Sports Center 1084 Hyomok1-dong, Dong-gu, Daegu 053)951-3300

Keimyung Art Center 1000-2 Sindang-gong, Dalseo-gu, Daegu 053)580-6600

Dalseogu Advanced Culture Center 150 , Gangil, Dalseo-gu, Daegu 053)667-3081

Daegu Citizen Center 256 Tae pyung-ro, Jung-gu, Daegu 053)252-6401

Daegu Cultural Center for Students 230-6 Yongsan-dong,Dalseo-gu, Daegu 053)550-7114

Daeduk Cultural Center 275 Apsan Circular way, Nam-gu, Daegu 053)622-0703

Arts Theater CT Jeil Bld. B1, 109-2 Namil-dong, Jung-gu, Daegu 053)256-0369

Bongsan Cultural Center 133 Bongsan Culture Street, Jung-gu, Daegu 053)661-3081

Harmonia Art Hall 133 Bongsan Culture Street, Jung-gu, Daegu 053)254-7241

Chunma Arts Center 214-1 Dae-dong, Gyeongsan, Gyeongbuk, Daegu 053)810-1525

This is a guide to all the art centers in Daegu. Various art centers play a range of art performances: from musicals, non-verbal performances, operas, and classical plays. Check out our event calendar on p58 for some of the events playing this month.

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경대북문

Try your Korean. Say to taxi driver, or point to this and show him. Maya 마야

Kyungpook University is famous for two great Indian restaurants, Indobangrangi and Maya. Also, live music nights at Sugar Joe’s. Kyungpook’s one and only expat bar.

(Samosa!)

Seattle’s Best

Davinci

Indo Bangrangi 3F 인도방랑기 (Great curry!)

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Jeonjagwan Electronics Market 전자관

Interburgo Hotel 인터불고 엑스코

Take a subway to Keungogae Station and show a taxi driver this map 유통단지 and then point to where you want to go.

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Daegu Bank Station 대구은행역

Beomeo Station 범어역

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Shanghai Grill (American style Chinese food)

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IN Dental Clinic

Beomeo Intersection zoomed in 범어네거리

Hyosung Hospital 효성병원

Suseong-gu boasts some of Daegu’s best resaurants. Deurangil is known for lavish restaurants. A great place to take a date or celebrate a birthday. After eating, many people enjoy spending time around Suseong Lake.

to Beomeo Station 범어역 Spa Yan (Massage)

Noodle Bowl

eolin-ihoegwan samgeoli 어린이회관 삼거리

Invino Italian

Hwanggeum Intersection 황금네거리

Cocorico Waxing Salon

Bocaccio Brau Deurangil Food District 들안길

Napoli Italian

Ganga Indian

Arianna Hotel

Ha Long Bay Vietnamese

COHEART Hair Salon

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La Bella Cucina Italian

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New York, New York (Western Steak)

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Suseong Lake area is one of the classiest places in Daegu. A perfect date area. After taking your sweetheart out to a nice meal, I’d recommend Napoli, Ganga, La Bella Cucina or New York New York, take a stroll around Suseong Lake until you come upon the famous ‘duck boats’ and paddle your way into each other’s hearts. Next, swing by the minature golf course and Suseong Land. Thanks to the photogs who took the great pics you see here. Aygul Sarvarova, Jeremy Taylor and Chanel Barlow. Photos by Aygul Sarvarova, Chanel Barlow and Jeremy Taylor

Suseong Lake area offers a change of pace to the hustle and bustle of downtown. Suseong Lake also boasts an amusement park (Suseong Land) reminiscent of those carnivals you went to with your parents at the local fair ground. There’s something to be said when you are on the back of the seahorse with a safety bar that barely locks you in place as you float for a few brief seconds in mid-air before being plunged back down in your seat. Thrilling, exhilarating are just a few choice words to descrribe the experience.

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Seomun Market is Daegu’s biggest market. There are multiple areas dedicated to similar products. BARGAIN, it’s challenging, but fun. We hope you have an awesome time and try to enjoy and see as much of the market as possible. We would like to thank Dyren J. Billups-Adam for his photos of the different areas. Thanks bud!

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Bargaining tip : Ask for a discount in Korean, “Gga Gga Ju Say Yo.”

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Written by Brian M. Van Hise and Hyerin

How to Order Food

An easy step-by-step guide on how to get food delivered right to your door.

Mastering food delivery by phone in Korea is not difficult. Think of all those dozens of restaurants that are just a stone's throw from your apartment. Get past the nervousness of ordering once or twice and you will see an entirely new world of dining possibilities open up before you. Step 1

Step 2 (Your Gu)

Step 3 (Your Dong)

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여기 (Yogi)

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동구, etc...

두류동, etc...

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Street number + Building name + Apt Number

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Step 7 (quantity)

Step 8 (drinks)

Beverage

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불고기 (bulgogi)

하나랑 (1) hana rang

콜라 (cola)

김치찌개 or 된장찌개 (kimchi or bean soup)

두개 (2) do gay

사이다 (cider)

세개 (3) say gay

맥주 (beer)

네개 (4) nay gay

오렌지주스 (O.J.)

김밥 (kimbap) 떡볶이 (tteokpokki)

다섯개 (5) daseot gay

만두 (mandu)

여섯개 (6) yeoseot gay

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가져다 주세요. (ga-joe-da ju-se-yo)

돈까스 (tonkkatsu)

This is a sample conversation you might have when you order food. Try it out to get your favorite dish delivered right to your home. How convenient!

Restaurant You

여보세요

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You

자장면 하나랑 볶음밥 하나 가져다 주세요.

You

그런데 얼마죠?

여기 수성구 황금동 롯데캐슬 105 동 402호 인데요.

(Yogi [insert your Gu, Dong, and street address here] in-dae-yo) (My address is SuSeongGu, Hwanggeum-dong, Lotte Castle, Building 105, Apt. #402)

Restaurant

(JaJangMyun hana-rang pokkeum bab hana ga-joe-da ju-se-yo) (One JaJangMyun and one fried rice, please.)

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(nay “all right/goodbye”)

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DOWNTOWN RESTAURANT

GUIDE Photos by Ivan Broida, Vacquer Richard, Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

The Daegu Compass and it’s volunteers have come up with this comprehensive guide to the bring you the best places to enjoy the night in beautiful downtown Daegu. Won’t break the bank Who cares, hav’n funz Millionaire Club

Bennigan’s

053.424.8200 Everyday 11:30am – 10:30pm Western American Food

Berkeley

053.421.8577 Everyday 11am-2am Pasta and Coffee

Bulzip

053.257.2220 Everyday 11:30am – 10:30pm Samgyeopsal - thick slices of pork belly

Burnham’s Burgers 053.254.3320 Everyday 10:30am – 11pm Burgers and Milkshakes

Caliente

053.426.2268 Everyday 11am – 4am Mexican & Bar

Club That

010.8247.3939 Everyday 6pm – 4am Burgers, Mojitos, Wine

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DOWNTOWN RESTAURANT

GUIDE Havana

053-257-9007 12:00pm-11:00pm Pasta, Salads, Coffee

Hyundai Food Court Food Court B1 Open 10:30~ Close 21:00 Restaurants F8 Open 10:30~ Close 22:00 Food Court

KoKoChon

(꼬꼬촌) Double cheese and ramen! Everyday 11am – 9pm Fried chicken and rice

Lazy Diner

Interesting interior Everyday 11am – 10pm Burgers and Breakfast

Little Italia

Chef studied in Italy. Everyday 11am – 10pm Pasta and Wine

Mies Container

Electronic music and Bacon Pizza Everyday 11am – 2am Pasta, Pizza, Salad

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GUIDE Mies Factory

One of the busiest restaurants downtown. Everyday 11am – 2am Pasta, Pizza, Salad

Pan Asia

South East Asian Cuisine Comes to Daegu Everyday 12pm – 11pm Pad Thai, and other South East Asian Food

Quiznos Subs

Near Banwoldang for all your sub needs. Everyday 11am-9pm Subs and Sandwiches

Samcho

(Shovel Samgyeopsal)

053.252.1266 Everyday 3pm – 3am Samgyeopsal - thick slices of pork belly

Seoga & Cook

053.254.9989 Everyday 11:00am – 11pm Korean Western Fusion

Seorae

053.255.8970 Everyday 4pm– 4am Galmaegisal - Korean BBQ

TGIF

053.256.9707 Everyday 11am~11pm (order 10pm) Western Food

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Traveler’s Bar & Grill 010.4591.4869 Weekdays 5pm–CL Weekends 12pm-CL Burgers, Hot Wings, Beer

Camapkaha

Everyday 11am – 9pm Uzbekistan & Russian Food

Vin

Great lunch specials Everyday Everyday 11am – 2am Pasta, Coffee & Desserts

What!

Different flavored Samgyeopsal. Everyday 11am – 1am Samgyeopsal - Korean BBQ

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Bars & Clubs

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Daegu thrives at night. Downtown is loaded with bars and clubs to meet everyone’s drinking and partying needs. Challenge yourself and try out places you’ve never been. Won’t break the bank Who cares, hav’n funz Millionaire Club

AU Lounge

Upscale and good for large groups. Everyday 6pm – 4am Bottle service, trendy

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Billi Bow & Dart

Lots of Dart Machines and Pool Table Everyday 6pm – 4am Western food, on 2FL of Lotte Cinema

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Blue Ketchup

053.286.1000 Everyday 6pm - 3am Fri, Sat 6pm - 5am Korean fusion food

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Bus Bar

Theme bar, fun atmosphere. Everyday 6pm – 4am Korean fusion food

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Bunny’s Bar

010-7417-6288 - English 010-4434-1207 - Korean Sun - Thu = 8pm-2pm Fri - Sat = 7pm-4pm Take-out Bag Drinks available / Sit in

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Communes

Longest running bar in Daegu. A must go to. Everyday 8pm – 4am Beer, Trivia Night, Sports

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DOWNTOWN

Bars & Clubs

Flower Bar

Apple is the best! Everyday 6pm – 4am Wine and Hooka Bar

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Club Frog

4am~headed to Frog? Everyday 9pm – 4am Hip-hop / Dance / Party

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Gold Label

Good for large groups who drink. Everyday 6pm – 3am Top 40 hits / Good Beer

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Go Go Party

Everyone’s favorite bag drink! Everyday 7pm – 4am Party / Hip-hop / Dance

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Club EGG

Upscale club, 17,000w cover. Everyday 9pm – 4am Party / Hip-hop / Dance

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Club JEEEP

010.7527.4879 Everyday 8pm – 4am Party / Hip-hop / Dance

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Makgeoli

You should experience it once. Everyday 6pm - 3am Traditional Korean Tavern

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

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MF Bar

My Favorite bar ~ owners are cool! Everyday 7pm - 4am Darts / Music Requests / Cheap Booze

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Old Skool

Ghetto blaster! Everyday 7pm - 4am Hip-hop / Dance / Pool

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Club Pasha

3 : 1 Women to men ratio, always. Everyday 9pm - 4am Large Club / Banging House Music

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Teum Lounge

Classy lounge with a sexy, futuristic atmosphere. Everyday 7pm – 3am Electronic Music

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Thursday Party I

The best of the best go here. Everyday 7pm – 4am Beer Pong, Darts, Danc’n

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Thursday Party II

053.252.1266 Everyday 7pm – 4am Beer Pong, Shuffle Puck, Darts

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Urban Club & Lounge Live Music on the weekends. Everyday 7pm – 4am Live Music, Darts, Hip-hop

Fuzz @ www.chrischucas.com

Who’s Bob

The Bob. Everyday 8pm – 4am Beer Pong, Dart Machine, Pool

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Compass

Connoisseur Check out these other great eats around town.

Indian

Suseong-gu

Ganga - http://www.ganga.co.kr

A cuisine worthy of Shiva. This upscale Indian restaurant has great curries. There naan is quite exquisite as well. You can even order samosas! Wash it down with a nice mango lassi and you have yourself an aroma massage for your stomach! Check out the Suseong-gu Compass map on p65 for directions.

Italian

Lunch : 11:30am ~ 3:00pm Last Order 2:30pm Dinner: 17:30 ~ 22:00 Last Order 21:30 Weekend Hours: 11:30 ~ 22:00 / 053.768.3610

Carlo Italian Pasta & Wine Owner Giovanni Kim has lived and trained in Italy for 14 years. Mr. Kim can speak several languages including English and Italian. Trained as an Italian Chef. The menu is traditional Tuscan style cuisine; however special requests are available with 24 hour notice. Check out the Suseong-gu Lake Compass map on p66 for directions. Monday – Sunday: 11:30AM – 12:30AM Kitchen Closes: 11:30PM

Indian

Kyungpook Uni. area

Indo Bang Rangi

- 3F Restaurant

Sanjay welcomes you! Renovated and redesigned last year, this Indian restaurant is famous for it’s curries. The chef is from India and speaks English very well. Plus, he’s super friendly and will answer all your existential Indian food questions. The restaurant is located on the 3rd floor right across from Kyungdae Buk Moon (north gate). Check the Kyungdae Compass map on p64 for directions. 11am - 10pm everyday (except major holidays)

Nepalese/Indian

Maya

- 2F Restaurant

A wood-fired tandoor oven seeps into your senses as you enter the door to this fantastic Indian/Nepali restaurant. Relatively new to Daegu, about 2 years old now, this restaurant is a great escape from the retro-urban decor that most Daegu restaurants display. A cozy interior with exotic tapestries of the far east adorning the walls. Reasonable prices and great Thali sets round out this establishment. Check the Kyungdae Compass map on p64 for directions. 11:00am to 11:00pm everyday (closed Mondays)

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HOTEL GUIDE Downtown Area Hotels Near the nightlife

Welcome to the Daegu Compass hotel information guide. We will also be adding a guide about motels soon. Daegu is very spread out, and not all the hotels will be convenient for you. We hope our hotel guide will help you with making your decision on where to rest your weary bones for the night.

Novotel Daegu City Center Add : 대구광역시 중구 국채보상로 611번지 Tel : 053- 664-1111 Website : http://www.novoteldaegu.com Email : rsvn@novoteldaegu.com Roomrates start at 472,600+ won(10% vaT will be added)

Fantastic all you can eat buffet!

Eldis Regent Hotel Add : 대구광역시 중구 동산동 360번지 Tel : 053-253-7711 Website : http://www.eldishotel.com/ Email : eldishotel@hanmail.net Room rates start at 100,000won

Close to Hyundai and Dongha Shopping

Nam Gu Area Hotels Near Camp Walker

Hotel the Palace Add : 대구광역시 남구 봉덕3동 688-1번지 Tel : 053-471-9911 Website : http://www.hotelthepalace.co.kr/ Email : no - online reservation system Room rates start at 99,000won

Near Camp Walker Clean and Friendly

Prince Hotel Add : 대구광역시 남구 대명2동 1824-2번지 Tel : 053-628-1001 Website : http://www.princehotel.co.kr/ Email : prince@princehotel.co.kr Room rates start at 105,000won

Western and Korean rooms available

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HOTEL GUIDE Suseong Gu Area Hotels 10 min from Dongdaegu station

Daegu Grand Hotel Add : 대구광역시 수성구 범어1동 563-1번지 Tel : 053-742-0001 Website : http://www.taegugrand.co.kr Email : concierge@daegugrand.co.kr Room rates start at 240,000won

One of the top hotels in Daegu

Hotel Inter-burgo Add : 대구 수성구 만촌동 300번지 Tel : 053-6027-171, 173 Website : http://hotel.inter-burgo.com Email : feel20c@inter-burgo.com Room rates start at 330,000won

Daegu Casino is open!

Hotel Ariana Add : 대구광역시 수성구 두산동 200-1번지 Tel : 053-765-7776 Website : http://www.ariana.co.kr Email : arianahotel@nate.com Room rates start at 110,000won

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