"I don't need a proofreader, much less a native-speaking proofreader"—are you sure about that? Evidence to the contrary would indicate we all need proofreaders, especially when writing in a language other than our native language—no matter how short your copy is.
English Korean city slogans are nothing new, though they do tend to change quite often. Unfortunately, they rarely change for the good. Check out this massive collection of English city slogans for cities in Korea, including links to the city sites and commentary on each slogan.
I Seoul U is finally being retired. There are four finalists for the public vote on, as they help choose the new Seoul city slogan. Will the new slogan be better? Can it possibly be worse?
It's kind of funny for an English copywriter and proofreader to be commenting on an error made in Korean, but that's precisely what I'm doing. This post attempts to demonstrate how English errors jump out at native English speakers using a Korean example.