This week's website is technically a blog, but that hasn't stopped it from being an entertaining and informative read anyway.
Ask a Korean follows a simple premise, allowing you to (what else?) ask questions. There are a variety of user-submitted questions, ranging from the innocent (Why is Starcraft so popular in South Korea?), to the stereotypical (Do Koreans eat dogs?), to the weird (How do I attract Korean men?).
It wouldn't be much of a read if the questions went unanswered, but 'The Korean' as he is known as, tries to answer each question to the best of his abilities, often going into extra detail. Although the language can get a little coarse at times, 'The Korean' comes across as a well-spoken, well-informed and well-learned guy.
There are also a variety of posts, links and articles by 'The Korean', taking a look at topics such as American plagiarism of Asian movies (The Departed in particular), the phenomenon of fan death, Japanese/Korean relations and other issues.
One of my favourites was "An Open Letter to Non-Asian People", in which he lists a few tips on behaving around Asian people.
There are also a few links to similar blogs, such as 'Ask a Mexican' (the original), 'Ask a Jew', 'Ask a Frenchman' and 'Ask a Russian'. So if you've ever wanted to know more about a culture or nation, but were too afraid to ask, that might just be your best bet.
Ask a Korean isn't filled with funny pictures or mundane anecdotes, but it offers plenty of insight, making it well worth a weekly visit.