Christopher Ayres – From England, Chris is currently an ESL teacher living in Ulsan. After arriving in Korea in 2010, he lived and studied in Iksan, Jeollabuk-do. He got into the K-League after going to his first Jeonbuk match, ever since then he has been all over Korea following Jeonbuk on their travels. As Chris’ interest in the K-League grew, he was frustrated with the lack of coverage the sport received on national television. As a result, he teamed up with friend and fellow enthusiast Lex Nande to created this blog to provide K-League news and coverage to English speakers.
Lex Nande – Coming from America, Alex entered Korea for the first time in 2008. Currently a WonKwang university student and free lance teacher in the evenings, Alex is a Jeonbuk supporter. His goal in the K-league is to visit every stadium for an away Jeonbuk match, and has knocked off half of the stadiums in two seasons. When he isn’t studying, teaching, writing or drinking, he enjoys spending time with his lovely girlfriend of 3 years.
Terry Clark – With a M.S. in TESOL, Terry is on his 7th year residing in Korea and now lectures at Korea University. He recently welcomed his newest daughter, Catelyn, to his family of four, including wife Jen and Bailey (4). Terry resides in Seoul.
Ben Armstrong – After a degree at Nottingham Trent, Ben lives in Daegu teaching at YBM. He has been involved with soccer his whole life, including his lastest stint of managing Sydney Street. Ben covers Daegu FC.
Darrell Slater – Darrell is the English Journalist at Gwangju FC and graciously contributes his articles for the use of K-Talk.
Tom Harman – Tom hails from Birmingham, UK and is an avid soccer fan. He turned his eyes to the K-League after landing a job in Dajeon, and writes his own blog as a year long citizens follower.
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