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Eudie Pak
Eudie Pak is a digital producer by day and a freelance writer by night in NYC. Her stories have appeared in the Village Voice,, and Whether she's blogging about the news, interviewing a celebrity or recapping a TV show, she usually finds a way of mentioning hamsters while still keeping on subject.

Entries by Eudie Pak

The Ugly Truth About the '100 Years of Korean Beauty' Video

(10) Comments | Posted March 25, 2015 | 3:55 PM

Last week, released its latest "100 Years of Beauty" video series, which features the beauty trends of Korea in less than two minutes. It shows the aesthetic differences between North and South starting at the 1950s mark (when the Korean War started and divided the country) and...

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Why I'll Never Have Kids in NYC

(2) Comments | Posted January 21, 2015 | 3:53 PM

I don't hate kids. I really don't. In fact I can say in full confidence that I like them. It's only once a month that I curse kids as unsocialized apes and wanna bite their digits off with my bare teeth while making grunting noises. But that's when I turn...

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Fixing Female Friendships: Men Know Best?

(24) Comments | Posted March 26, 2013 | 10:02 AM

"Don't try to understand women. Women understand women, and they hate each other," so pokes a popular meme, a tribute to the concept of 'female logic.'

I remember my reaction to reading this started out as shock, followed by denial, and then a whole lotta sting -- as if, as...

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Être trentenaire pour une femme, ça veut dire quoi, en réalité?

(1) Comments | Posted March 4, 2013 | 12:43 AM

Récemment, mon compagnon, producteur de musique, était sur la liste VIP pour voir Bassnectar au Terminal 5 de New York, et bien que je ne sois pas du genre à me déhancher d'habitude, j'ai décidé cette fois de l'accompagner.

Alors que nous étions en train de chercher l'entrée de...

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The 30-Something Female Experience: What Is It Really?

(22) Comments | Posted February 26, 2013 | 7:07 AM

Recently, my music producer boyfriend was on the VIP list to see Bassnectar at Terminal 5 in NYC, and although I'm not one to "pump up the jam" on a regular basis, I decided to go with him.

As we were being searched at the entrance to the pot-smoking, glowstick-happy...

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