Hi, I'm Don Park


#1

Belated but better than never.

My name is Don Park. Born in South Korea but lived in California, Silicon Valley to be more specific, for most of my life although I speak Korean fluently. I’m a software developer experienced in just about everything.

How a keyboard feels is most important to me, followed by sounds then looks. I got over keycaps and cases pretty fast and am now into switches, lubes, and paddings as you can tell from my occasional posts. :slight_smile:

That’s all.


#2

Welcome Sir! Great to have you hear!


#3

I was wondering when I seen this post. I’m thinking you’ve been here almost since the beginning, is this an old thread nobody replied too? Anyways definitely glad you’re here man, I find a lot of your posts interesting & informative. I also look forward to continued banter about switches, lubes, & techniques with you! :metal:


#4

Welcome, Don.


#5

Ha. I do have some case-related ideas, like carving channels inside the case to shape the sound, but I don’t have access to CNC machine so I’m messing with stuff I can easily access. :slight_smile:


#6

What is the most underrated piece of KBBQ that I should order? Nathan says its cow tongue, but what else should I be considering? :thinking:


#7

What is the most underrated piece of KBBQ that I should order?

Naeng-myun (cold noodle). It goes very well with KBBQ. Best way to eat: place a piece of juicy meat on some noodle then pickup both the meat and the noodle with your chopstick to eat them together. Taste of the combo will surprise you. :slight_smile:


#8

For more photos of Kalbi and Naeng-myun combo:
https://www.google.com/search?q=kalbi+and+naeng-myun

There are wide variety of Naeng-myun, btw. Try them all!