Chance Dorland is an American broadcaster & journalist from a 1,000 person town in Iowa. After studying broadcasting at Emerson College in Boston, he's lived in NYC, LA, Germany, Colombia & his adopted home of South Korea after serving in the U.S. Peace Corps where he hosted a bilingual radio program. Chance has a diverse background of experiences in both TV & radio after working for NBC, ABC, OutQ News, SiriusXM Radio, Arirang Radio, TBS eFM & other broadcasters. He currently hosts South Korea's #1 English language podcast, http://KoreaFM.net/. You can find more of his projects & reporting at http://Facebook.com/ChanceDorland.
South African students had their scholarships deferred & were denied entry to South Korea universities for at least six months due to concerns over the Ebola virus.
Package on LA Times reporter Steven Borowiec's recent presentation & Q&A session on his ongoing Sewol reporting where he was questioned by members of the public & other journalists in attendance.
Jeju tourism is booming but not everyone thinks more tourists is a good thing. I spoke with a Jeju-based reporter & a tourism expert/professor on their plans for maintaining Jeju's tourism industry without sacrificing its ecosystem.
South Korea recently had its credit rating increased by all 3 major associations. I spoke with Moody's & a Korea-based expert for a radio package on the topic.