Travel to Korea to meet the brave men and women who love tattoos even though they live in a nation that bans them.
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Are you master or slave when it comes to modern technology? Steven Lake explores the slippery slope of disconnection when always connected.
For Jane Re, a half-Korean, half-American orphan, Flushing, Queens, is the place she’s been trying to escape from her whole life.
Tina Cane remembers a television actor and a paternal figure, glossing neither the beauty nor the flaws.
The tragedy of national and family histories collide in Jung Hae Chae’s tribute to her grandmother.
It’s called a “Popcorn Gun”. Watch and you’ll see how it got its name.
After years of refusing to act, the U.S. military has reversed course and has decided to disinter the possible grave of Arthur “Bud” Kelder, a POW from World War II who is buried anonymously in an American war cemetery in the Philippines.
“My brother visits from Korea with his girlfriend, S. If they marry, I will not be the only adoptee in the family to return to Korea and marry a Korean woman.” By Matthew Salesses
After mysteriously falling ill while on a tour of duty in Korea, Brad Christy was put through the ringer of medical tests. The military healthcare system couldn’t find anything wrong with him, but slapped him with a sizable medical bill anyway.
Erin Kelly, an adoptee with cerebral palsy, on having male influences.
The “Love, Recorded” Guide to Staying Sane (and Married) While Moving, in 25 Points.
Cully Perlman, married to a Korean Woman, weighs in on Day Above Ground’s attempted career suicide.
It’s the “Love, Recorded” Father’s Day, but hasn’t it been Father’s Day every day?
“Love, Recorded” during one crazy week in the Boston area. Was the fear the same for everyone?
The “Love, Recorded” column returns: Matt’s wife comes back from Korea, but this time, it’s different.