Bug Vol.5: Foreigners in Korea, with Ken Kaliher, Oliver Griem, U.S. Kim, Solrun Hoass, DJ Fujiwara, Naomi Foyle, Karen Prig, Jim Munroe, Robb Harker, Johannes Schonherr, Strange Books about Korea, PanterA live in Seoul and more! 168 pp. (2001)  
     
Bug Vol.4: Special Australia Issue, with Jimmy Little, Sacha Horler, Stelarc, John Birmingham, the Necks, Mary Hansen, Honeysmack, Suresh Joachim, the Suntan Man, Oz Pulp Fiction, Nimbin Mardi Grass 2000 and heaps more, mate!
138 pp. (2000)
 
     
Bug Vol.3: Special Korea-Japan Issue, with Yi Paksa, Suzuki Seijun, Hong Sang-soo, Aja Kong, Sone Yutaka, Kim Beom, Ban Shigeru, Lee Chang-ho, Kim Ki-young, Uh Uh Boo Project Sound, David Public, Matt Exile and tons more!
88 pp. (1998)
 
     
Bug Vol.2: Special Japan Issue, with Yokoo Tadanori, Araki, DJ Krush, Audio Active, Ishii Takashi, Uchida Shungicu, Benz Kobayashi, Hello Kitty, Tag Rag Records, Beauty: Beast and much more!
70 pp. (1997)
 
     
Bug Vol.1: Special Korea Issue, with Jang Sun-woo, Lee Bul, Yim Soon-rye, Choi Jeong-hwa, Icinoo, Byun Young-joo, Kim Sung-jong, Nudl Nude and lots more!
60 pp. (1997)
 
Korea Bug, full-color English-language anthology of the best
from Bug Vols. 1, 3 and 5, along with original essay on the history of expat zines and other independent English-language publications made in Korea (Eunhaeng Namu, 2005)
 
     

Daehan Min'guk Sayong Hugi ("Korea Consumer Report'), essays and interviews in Korean from
the mean trenches of globalization (Galleon, 2007)

  Balch'ikhan Han'guk-hak
("Nasty Korean Studies"),
Korean-language version of Bug Vol. 5, published by Eclio (Seoul, 2002)
         
Maximum Korea, original bilingual edition with photos by Ahn Young-sang and cover by Choi Jeong-hwa and Bang Sang-ho (The Nalari Press, 1999)   Korean-language
edition of
Maximum Korea
published by
Chajaknamu
(Seoul, 1999)
         
  왕백수_ 스콧 버거슨 _ 코리아 버그 _ 대한민국 사용후기_ 발칙한 한국학 _ 맥시멈 코리아 “King Baeksu's Bug Crib” Copyright 2005 J. Scott Burgeson