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One day in 2001 I received an e-mail from the international editor at Screen International, a British film trade magazine.

He said that he liked the work I'd done on the website, and asked if I'd be interested in working as a correspondent for Korea.

Apart from that, I've been involved with teaching cinema classes (Kyung Hee University and Korea University), subtitle and screenplay translation, some radio and TV work, and lots of other random projects that have come up.

There is a wide spectrum of people who have visited this site over the years.

I first came up with the idea in late 1998, about a year after I moved to Korea.

Actually, I first became interested in Koreans' enthusiasm for cinema, rather than with any particular director or movie. I started assembling this website in January 1999 and it first went up around the beginning of April that year.

It's difficult to tell the exact composition, but there seems to be particular interest among several groups: (a) the Korean-American community; (b) viewers throughout Asia, particularly in Singapore, Hong Kong and other southeast Asian countries where Korean music and TV dramas have become popular; (c) fans of Asian cinema in general from Europe and North America; (d) students from Korea studying abroad; and (e) people working in the film industry and in academia.

It's been interesting to hear from such a wide variety of people interested in Korean cinema.

In particular, beginning in 2006 I've had pretty severe problems with RSI/ carpal tunnel in my arms, so that since 2009 I've had to give up typing completely.

Since then I've been using voice recognition software, which is an amazing tool in one sense, but still much slower and more frustrating than typing and using a mouse.

Actually, I first became interested in Koreans' enthusiasm for cinema, rather than with any particular director or movie. I started assembling this website in January 1999 and it first went up around the beginning of April that year.It's difficult to tell the exact composition, but there seems to be particular interest among several groups: (a) the Korean-American community; (b) viewers throughout Asia, particularly in Singapore, Hong Kong and other southeast Asian countries where Korean music and TV dramas have become popular; (c) fans of Asian cinema in general from Europe and North America; (d) students from Korea studying abroad; and (e) people working in the film industry and in academia.It's been interesting to hear from such a wide variety of people interested in Korean cinema.In particular, beginning in 2006 I've had pretty severe problems with RSI/ carpal tunnel in my arms, so that since 2009 I've had to give up typing completely.Since then I've been using voice recognition software, which is an amazing tool in one sense, but still much slower and more frustrating than typing and using a mouse.I assist in programming their selection of Korean films -- usually 8-12 contemporary titles per year -- and I've also organized a few small retrospectives.