Korea: How You Feel

Korea: How You Feel is a vivid snapshot of life as an English teacher during the late 1990's Asian economic crisis, where things are not what they seem. From a bewildered arrival at Kimpo Airport in Seoul to an alchemic epiphany in the streets of Saigon, Manheim Wagner's expatriate novel takes the reader on a philosophical journey that tears apart the romantic veneer of life in a foreign land. More

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About Manheim Wagner

Manheim Wagner has spent the majority of his life in fear of having a full-time, nine-to-five job. Originally from Levittown, Pennsylvania, he worked a steady stream of dead-end jobs before taking his first leap into the unknown in 1997, when he ended up teaching English in South Korea and nurturing his desire for exploration. Since then, he has lived in such countries as Australia, Scotland, Vietnam and Japan. He currently resides in Málaga, Spain.

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