Post #34 – TAKE-KR Magazine December issue is coming out in less than two weeks. It includes a letter to our readers I would like to share here as well, since it is our TAKE-KR Magazine’s New Year’s Resolution, with love, from one fan to many, many other fans of this great country:

Dear Reader,

December is a month for making resolutions and setting goals. Here is TAKE-KR magazine’s pledge to you:

TAKE-KR is a magazine for YOU, THE FAN, THE SUPPORTER, THE ADMIRER of South Korean values, traditions, history and sites, culture and entertainment; YOU, who is seeking avidly to see the full picture of this far-away land.

Cover of December issue of TAKE-KR MAGAZINE
Cover of December issue of TAKE-KR MAGAZINE

TAKE-KR will be your guide. We will show you South Korea in pictures; we will tell you the story of this country; we will bring you closer to the people and places you love most; we will make you part of the story.

Come on board of TAKE-KR. Don’t be left out from what is happening here in South Korea.  Stay informed.  Participate.

2018 will see many new additions to our editorial pages.  We will add pages dedicated to fan clubs; fan contests for merchandise and other prizes; insights from local contributors; and informal awards for your beloved entertainers, among others. TAKE-KR will hold your hand through this journey.  You will be the most important part of our team.

This is our 2018 New Year’s Resolution: providing you with a rewarding reader experience and success. After all, what more can a fan do for their bias than bring more and more fans on board? Spread the word.

Share your thoughts, suggestions, recommendations, and ideas to make this collaboration bigger and better.  Please send an email with the subject line “Letter to the Editor of TAKE-KR Magazine” to  We look forward to hearing from you.

Yours truly,

Ellie Perla



“A long and sinuous Silk Road unites all our cultures, a road full of colors, hardships, and hopes. If given the chance to travel this road over and over again, overlapping images would melt into a warm human fabric, full of labor, sweat and dreams. This fabric inspires my work. Its resilience is my hope for a common road into a harmonious future.” Ellie Perla

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