Korea Times/Korea Herald: I want my blog to seem authoritative, but I don't know how.
Chosun Ilbo online: I like photos of T'n'A
OhMyNews: I don't know what journalism is. And I'm a commie.
Korean Class 101: I like to pretend I study Korean online.
Party Pooper: I am forgiving of infrequent updates
Frog In A Well: Very forgiving.
Annti Leppanen: No, seriously, really, extremely, VERY forgiving.
Marmot's Hole: Nothing. Everybody has Marmot's Hole. It's the "X is for Xylophone" of the K-blogs.
Brian in Jeollanamdo: Almost nothing, but more current: everybody has Brian on their sidebar.
Dave's ESL Cafe: I don't read blogs.
Roboseyo: Forced smiles are amusing to me, or I enjoy blogs that are thinly-veiled applications to write for the Korean Tourism Organization
All K-Pop: moral outrage helps my K-pop kid-porn go down easier.
Popseoul: either I prefer my K-pop updates with cattiness, or I also have a huge crush on Big Bang, and think the Wondergirls are fat hoes.
Dramabeans: I don't mind that everybody gets cancer
Seoulpodcast: apparently, I hate Korea. Or I love it too much. And like talking about myself. Guest? What guest?
Zenkimchi Food Journal: I forgive Joe for being busy with so many other things that he can't update the food journal very often.
Dokdo Is Ours: I have impeccable taste in K-blogs, and am probably good in the sack, too.
Korean Law Blog: I'm such a fan of the Marmot's Hole it's a bit unwholesome.
Kushibo: I think there's no such thing as too many posts per day'
Japundit: Even more so
Occidentalism: I am addicted to Dokdo ranting
The Grand Narrative: Either I am smart, or I want to look smart. The K-blog sidebar equivalent of having a leatherbound edition of Shakespeare on your shelf.
ROK Drop: I like awesome blogs: second only to Dokdo Is Ours as an indicator of excellent blog taste.
Eat Your Kimchi: My K-blog list is current. Or, I'm new in Korea.
Big White Barbie Does Busan: either 1. I like my slices of life as trivial as possible, or 2. I'm too lazy to carefully read blogs before I include them to add regional diversity.
Kiwi Andong Blogger: either see 2. above, or I like redheads.
Amanda Takes Off: I was looking for a token female blogger two years ago.
Chubbo Chubbington: I was looking for a token female blogger six months ago.
Our Girl in Daegu: Thought I'd kill two token-birds with one stone, and link a female from outside of Seoul. Sweet!
Nightmare Believer: I'm not brave enough to write a truly offensive blog myself, so I'll link one in solidarity
Quest For Cuteness: I have kids and/or like pictures of housepets.
Ask A Korean: The What White People Like of the Korea Blogosphere: everbody links it, everybody says they like it, everybody skims the latest posts once a month, and that's it.
On My Way to Korea: I'm waiting for him to get here and hate it.
Scribblings of the Metropolitician and King Baeksu: I put them next to each other on the sidebar to see if a fight will somehow break out on my blog. In fact, by forcing them to share a line, I expect some fireworks here on this blog.
Hub of Sparkle: I got nominated for a golden Klog award, and didn't want to be rude.
Seoul Eats: It doesn't bother me when a blog's content doesn't fit its name. LOL! Viral videos rock!!!11!
Nora Knows Nada: I don't know anything.
FeetmanSeoul: I'd link Asian Sirens, but this way I can look at legs without the guilt.
The Yangpa: I haven't updated my sidebar links in a looooong time.
Big Hominid's Hairy Chasms: in a REEEALLY long time.
Oranckay: I don't know how to delete a link from my sidebar.
Tucker in Korea: Tucker in Korea is a personal friend of mine.
None of the above: My K-blog is for my family.