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Juno at All That Jeju Studio

 

recording room of All that Jeju

Runaway Juno On The Air

 

Yes, you heard it right. I’m going to be on air, the radio to be exact.

This saturday, I went to Arirang radio recording studio for the show: All That Jeju . Arirang is a public service agency that spreads the uniqueness of Korea to the world through cutting-edge broadcasting mediums. It’s an English channel, about Korea.

Jim (@JejuJim ), who I met on twitter through my Jeju blog posts, interviewed me for his segment on All That Jeju last year. And for making my trip worthwhile, he introduced me to DJ Jenie(@DJJenieinJeju ) of All That Jeju. They kindly invited me to their studio to talk about my life and my love of Jeju.

 

How did I feel? Excited of course. Frankly, I was nervous. It was my first time to sit on the actual radio studio, and the show was in English. I was worried what if I made some stupid mistakes while I was talking and said something inappropriate. Everyone, the producer, writer and engineer was waiting for me, well, DJ Jenie actually, but it felt good to be in the centre of the attention. Oh the fame!

 

All that Jeju studio

All that Jeju Radio Studio

Juno in the studio

Me in the recording studio with DJ Jenie

 

It was go time. Had a cup of water, took few photos of the studio and we were right into the recording.

The interview lasted about 20 minutes. It started a little heavy; we talked about my career change and how difficult it was. Happiness and how hard to against the grain in such a conservative society. All the reality I’ve been dealing with for all these years.  And moved on to how did I get into the travel writing business, and of course, about Jeju. Jenie read my blog beforehand and throw me some questions about Small but Powerful 5 Items in the Corner of Your Backpack at the end of the interview. Jenie agreed and disagreed with the post and it was fun. Deb (@thePlanetD ), your comment about sarong and Dave made helped me to make the interview more interesting. Thank you and Dave!

 

It was an extraordinary experience. And what I wanted to do exactly. Not just because it was a broadcasting, I want to spread the word about our right to have happiness. Encourage people to pursuit their happiness, and share the passion and love in life. This is the very basic desire, but it has been hard to even talking about it. But I’m doing it. I can’t say I’m successful but I know that I’m doing the right thing for the most important person in my life: myself. I want to be successful but not because of the fame. Success could represent a lot of meanings but I believe if we do something right it will leads us to the right path. Perhaps the right path would be the moment of happiness. And the cluster of moments is what make the life worthwhile.

 

Thanks to all the staffs at All That Jeju for making me comfortable and encouraging me. And thanks to Jim and Jenie to make this opportunity.

 

Listen to it Anywhere in the World! 

It will be on the air 23:00pm KST (09:ooam EST) / 05 Dec, 2011 (Monday).

You can catch it online at All That Jeju website (Click the FM button) and you need Microsoft Media Player plugin.

For your mobile device, you can download Arirang Radio application.

 

Juno at All That Jeju Studio

 

Juno Kim
Juno Kim
Juno Kim, Originally from Seoul, South Korea, Juno set off for the wider world to pursue her passion for travel and storytelling. She traveled the world as an award-winning travel blogger and photographer, witnessing the everyday life of different cultures. Currently based in Anchorage, Alaska and exploring this amazing Last Frontier. Follow my journey through @RunawayJuno and Instagram .

13 Comments

  1. Lauren says:

    So amazing! Can’t wait to hear it 🙂

  2. Leslie says:

    So exciting! I enjoyed listening to your radio tips on Jeju. It’s interesting seeing what the studio looks like and getting this behind the scenes info. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Erica says:

    EEEEEEEE! This is so awesome. I think I would have been stuttering the entire time. Good for you Juno!

  4. Sarah Wu says:

    WOW, that looked so fun, congrats! The studio looks so cute too – maybe because of the illustrations lol

  5. Gray says:

    Wow, that’s so cool, Juno! Congratulations!

  6. Chris says:

    That’s a hell out of a big studio ! 🙂

    Congratulations by the way.

  7. johnny says:

    go juno! go juno!!!! jajajaja

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