Live and On the Air

Well, it looks like the new channel has been unveiled and is on the air. We saw a little thing about it on the main EBS channel this morning. It’s now called “EBSenglish,” or “EBSe.”

I’ll admit, I’m pretty impressed with it. Man, my acting needs to get better. As of now, they have the first episode of one of my shows, “Spy Zone,” on their site. There’s not a hard and fast link to it because most all the EBSe web site is done in Flash.

You really want to watch it?

Okay, don’t laugh. Well, laugh if you want to. It’s pretty funny. Keep in mind that we were doing this late, late, late at night. There is one part while the kids were drawing where you can see me peeking at my script under the table. And there are many moments where I have this “Where am I? Do I have a line next?” look on my face.

  1. Go to www.ebse.co.kr
  2. On the right of the animated map, click on the building that has the “Elementary” sign pop up.
  3. On the left column, click on the picture of the TV screen with color bars on it (the uppermost graphic on the column in an orange box) that says “방송프로그램.”
  4. Click on the icon of a TV next to “SEL 4.”
  5. Enjoy. NOTE: This only works in Internet Explorer.
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9 thoughts on “Live and On the Air”

  1. Man I wish I had sound on my computer! You look AWESOME! Congratulations Joe! I’m really looking forward to the episode where you look like Einstein.

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  2. Man I wish I had sound on my computer! You look AWESOME! Congratulations Joe! I’m really looking forward to the episode where you look like Einstein.

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  3. Hey! Its John, I worked with you at northridge in the summer of 06. I hope things have been well. I wanted to come by last summer but my parents had just moved to PA so I had to help them settle in. College is nuuuuts. Im glad my liver got a workout in Korea – i joined a fraternity hahaha. I actually still tell people about the drunk guy that was riding his bike haha. Hopefully ill run into you sometime. Bye

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  4. Hey! Its John, I worked with you at northridge in the summer of 06. I hope things have been well. I wanted to come by last summer but my parents had just moved to PA so I had to help them settle in. College is nuuuuts. Im glad my liver got a workout in Korea – i joined a fraternity hahaha. I actually still tell people about the drunk guy that was riding his bike haha. Hopefully ill run into you sometime. Bye

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  5. John! I had been trying to contact you a few times, but I guess you don’t use that email anymore. I have the same old email address. Tell me more about college life.

    When do you think you’ll return to the Land of the Morning Hangover?

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  6. LMAO! Love the costume. No Pilgrim shoes for you anymore!
    Sometimes I do have double eye lids.

    Congrats on the show. The kids are so cute.

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  7. LMAO! Love the costume. No Pilgrim shoes for you anymore!
    Sometimes I do have double eye lids.

    Congrats on the show. The kids are so cute.

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