Intern Needed at KTLIT and some site news

This could be you!

KTLIT is looking for a Korean intern (paid!). You can be any age, either sex, and pretty much anything else. But you need decent English and good Korean and to live in Seoul. This might be an excellent opportunity for a student who wants to practice English while working, or a someone who wants to fill some hours and maybe the odd soju glass. 😉

Anyone interested can email me at the address on the “About” page of the site (see the tabs above).

Also.. of some interest… the 10 Magazine “expatriate blog” contest is over and KTLIT came in 2nd. Apologies to Brian (Gratuitous link to his post of Lee Hyori), Marmot, and  Roboseyo, all of whom have blogs with substantially more useful content.

After that 10 Magazine contest, and the coverage by Media 오늘 (thanks to Tatter&Media)  ratings for KTLIT went from nowhere to somewhere… from 5 millionth or so on Alexa to 780,000, and to 2,586th in Korea.

Not lighting the world on fire, but it’s getting warmer. 😉

6 thoughts on “Intern Needed at KTLIT and some site news

  1. Didn’t you “actually” come in third right behind the Idiot’s second? What sort of creative accounting practices are they employing at that rag?

  2. John,

    LOL… I’m #2 in the magazine and not too proud to take it. As Korean Rum Diary said to The Idiot “boo-hoo.” (NOTE: I left out a word there!)

  3. Hi. I leave this message on this post because I’m interested in
    your intern job. You said that a would-be intern could ask questions by emailing at the address on the “About” page. But, I could’nt find the address on that page. So, I leave the questions here. You said that one of the qualifications is “decent English”. I want to know what exactly the word, “decent”, means. I mean,how fluent should the intern be?

  4. If you don’t mind, please tell me specifically with regard to each part(speaking, reading, listening and writing) of English.

  5. Gon,

    Ideally, I am looking for someone who can help me with internet research (in the Korean language) and who could help me interview Korean authors.

    That’s the ideal version, but English language “fluency” is unimportant if you can express ideas in English and then we can work together to put them into print.

    This would be an opportunity to improve your English skills, while getting a bit of pay.

    Also, I have some very simple tasks (Internet searches on Naver or Daum) that can be done by someone with limited English.

    BTW, on the “about” page… ccmontgom (at) ratpunk (boink!) com

    is my address… just replace the “(at)” with @ and the “(boink!)” with a period/dot.

    it’s a way to slow down email harvesting…. 😉

  6. Charles,

    I assume you don’t like spamming at all. Me, too.
    Spam or junk mail sucks!
    I sent you an e-mail for more information.
    Please check it out.

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