Looking for People from South Korea to Interview



I would first like to start off by saying that this is purely for educational purposes. I am conducting a research investigation and would like to know more about the daily life in South Korea. My partners and I are looking to get a closer insight into how a typical day looks like for people in this country. I don't know any Korean though, however, so it would be in English. I apologise if that is a problem. 


Some of the questions would be:


What does a day look like when you wake up?


How do you get to the places you need to go?


What do you do for fun?


What is the legislative system like? 


What's your favourite part about your culture? 


What's something you could change about anything in your country?




Feel free to skip any question if you don't want to answer. 


The interviews can take place over skype, or over chat; You can even give answers in the comment section, but be aware that it leaves less oppertunity for a discussion. 


I greatly appreciate your cooperation. 

Jun 5, 2014 4:36 PM
Comments · 4

I'm not a South Korean.But I always see South Korean overseas student in our university playing skateboard.

June 6, 2014

it is for a school project

June 8, 2014


This is Annie and I live in South Korea.

I wonder why you select Korea.

June 7, 2014

This sounds like an interesting project.  Though, I would suggest finding a teacher or bilingual user on italki to help you translate the questions and maybe the responses.  Your information may be much more honest and your sample size would also be larger.  The easiest way would be to contact one of the professional Korean teachers on italki and offer to pay them for their assistance.

June 5, 2014
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