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There are a few other community theatre groups in Seoul. You can try...
Cut Glass Theatre: https://www.facebook.com/CutGlassTheatre
Home Soil: http://homesoil.org/
Seoul City Improv: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2459032993/
Probationary Theatre: http://www.probationarytheatre.com/
Seoul Shakespeare Company: https://www.facebook.com/seoulshakespeare
If you're looking for professional theatre work, then our company Latt Children's Theatre will be auditioning for new performers this autumn in preparation for our 2013 Spring/Summer season.
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It has to be 박찬욱, 삼겹살 and 이태원 every time. The other three come a close second...
My perfect evening in: Watching Oldboy as I eat grilled belly pork at my home in Itaewon.
I came to Korea by accident, fell in love with the country (and with a wonderful woman) and decided to stay. I've had a fulfilling decade living here in Korea.
As for Japan or Dubai? I lived in Japan for two years and had a lovely time. I'd be happy to go back again for a holiday, but I don't have any great desire to live there again.
Dubai has no appeal. No appeal at all. Korean summers are bad enough... there's no way I'll be choosing to live closer to the equator, let alone in the desert. Plus there's the small issue of human rights and how Dubai treats its citizens. I refer you to this article (http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/johann-hari/the-dark-side-of-dubai-1664368.html) for more info.