Scott Burgeson's new book "더 발칙한 한국학" ("More Nasty Korean Studies," which refers to the title of the Korean version of Bug 5) comes out next week. As you might judge by the title, it's in Korean, though parts of it - the introduction, an excerpt of an essay about the 2008 Mad Cow Protest, and an excerpt of Kelly McCluskey's tale of how he started the first salsa club in Korea - have been posted on his website, and some of the stories are already available in English in the book "Outlanders: Tales of Korea". He plans to make the interviews - including one with yours truly - available in English at some point in zine form.
By the way, yes - some of their Korean pronunciation is intentionally unnatural. And I wouldn't do that with Saeuggang myself, but I did just wonder if it's common in Korea to eat Jolly Pong as cereal with milk, or if it's usually just eaten dry.