Jack, my name is not corn fed Erik. My name is Ok-Su-Su. So why do I need a Korean name? Because I'm jealous my students get English names. Even the guy who helps people cross the street is known as "Turbo Man." I also needed a Korean name for the recently founded Uljin Korean Club. K-Club is a secret off-shoot of the already well established English Club. It's so secretive that I'm putting it on the internet.
To gauge interest for K-Club, I sent out an email to a few friends in town, but after pressing "K" too many times I accidentally invited them to "KKK-Club." To my delight a few people responded, but it was bittersweet because they might be racist.
K-Club's few members are named Jack, Vinny, and Nashwin. Oh and Ok-Su-Su.
ToPresso's owner Danny is a very friendly man, but I also love the hard working ladies of 1st Coffee. My only complaint is their unusually small toilet.