If you want to devote your blog to pretty pictures and whatnot that's fine -- there are plenty of Korea-related photo blogs out there. However, don't go around saying "us foreigners are pretty dumb, we really need to change that" and then sit in complacency. This doesn't mean you have to turn your blog into a mini-history channel, but you would do well to take a closer look at what you write here. Either step up the quality of your writing or stop being an ass toward those of us who are making an effort.
You complain about foreigners not knowing about Korean culture but then ask to meet your boyfriend's family. You complain about your school not having you there to "explain yourself" during your annual evaluation but didn't think to work out any issues before then? You complain about Koreans not having yards after four months of living in Seoul but ignore the fact that downtown Paris, London, and Tokyo are not exactly filled with them, either. You're trying to have your cake and eat it, too.
So I am going to do what I probably shouldn't do. I am going to apologize.
If you feel the same sentiments as the reader above then I apologize. Throughout my blogging career I have never intended to paint other expats in this picture. There are many expat bloggers who write eloquently and intelligently about Korea and it's people. And of course there are some who do the opposite. It has always been my desire to be the kind of expat blogger on the better side of the blogosphere. It is my hope that his sentiments are not the same as all my readers. Finally, I would like to add that I generally wished for my blog to be helpful to future expats and to show my life in Korea the way I experienced it day-to-day.