Posted 01.10.2014 @ 10.19AM
Nice work! I'd say go for it, contact as many places as you can whilst you're still in Korea! Even try to find out if there are local Korean publications/newspapers you could reach out to for work, or contacts perhaps?
Posted 26.09.2014 @ 9.28AM
@singletrack - YES WAS SO EPIC! My heart is still there... I'm hurting badly and struggling to get back on the horse here in Sydney. I still need to send you a care package!!!! DAMN IT I need to get my shit together!!!
@Jomapi - Yeah google ROBOT RESTAURANT. Best show on the planet, no doubt!!!
Posted 01.10.2014 @ 12.39PM
Hi Gosummer, I think your illustration work is lovely too! What kind of work do you want to look for, and where were you thinking of basing yourself?
If you're looking for more graphic design/publishing work I'd be boosting your folio with more English typesetting work so people can feel confident you can typeset both languages well. Having said that, @Justinfox has a point - you may well want to reach out to people who need Korean language work done; you might also be able to stretch to Chinese and Japanese if you have your own version of InDesign with you as our English versions aren't as well set up to typeset Asian languages.
Of course there's also the UI aspect to your work you might want to build on, but I'm not as well placed to advise on that area.
And if you want to make friends, check out all the community/networking opportunities available! (below are mostly Sydney & Melbourne based as this is what I know best)
http://www.agda.com.au/ - the Australian Graphic Design Association
http://www.meetup.com//Girl-Geek-Dinners-Melbourne/ A dinner group in Melbourne for girls who are interested in technology
http://www.creativewomenscircle.com.au/ A community for women working in creative industries in Melbourne and Sydney