Talmud-inspired learning craze sweeps South Korea

Tim Alper, JTA, 01/14/2019

Kim Hye-kyung was in this quandary when, by chance, she came across a book by a Korean author about what for her was a novel study method. It was chavruta, a method used by Talmud scholars in which pairs of students debate and ask one another questions based on ancient rabbinic texts.

Reading Torah in Korea With A Chopstick

Ruth Abusch-Magder, Jewish&, 09/13/2018

Judaism takes on familiar and new forms on the Korean peninsula

I Grew Up in South Korea — Here’s Why I’m Embracing Judaism

Jung Park, Forward, 08/18/2016

When I started attending weekly conversion meetings with a rabbi, I started realizing just how complex and multifaceted of an identity, culture, and religion Judaism was.

Funny - You Don't Look Jewish

Helen Kim, Whitman College, 05/11/2015

Contrary to previous studies on intermarriage that argue for the erosion of Judaism and Jewish identity, our work has demonstrated the opposite.

Euny Hong's Hebrew Seoul

Seth Berkman, The Forward, 09/15/2014

Student returns to Holy Land at critical juncture

Naomi Kosman-Wiener, J Weekly, 07/17/2014

Challah and Rice Cakes

Tracy Hahn-Burkett, InterfaithFamily.com, 05/22/2007

A Conspicuous Family

Gina Hagler, Interfaithfamily.com, 10/01/2006

After the Morning Calm: Reflections of Korean Adoptees

Sook Wilkinson and Nancy Fox, Bloomfield Hills, MI, Sunrise Ventures, 05/18/2002

Twins' b'not mitzvah reflects Korean, Jewish heritage

Natalie K. Pollock, Jewish Bulletin, 03/31/2000

Elul 5: Come In by Angela Buchdahl

Angela Buchdahl, Jewels of Elul, 11/30/-0001