I was born in Seoul, South Korea on Mar 03, 1982. I graduated from Sogang University and did a double major in chemical engineering and business administration. Ever since I joined Nanobioelectronics lab. at Sogang Unviersity in 2005, I have been studying nanoscience and nanotechnology for over 10 years. Aside from my educational backgrounds, I'm interested in fictioneering, vocal jazz, musical, design, illustration, and infographics; as a would-be writer, I have written over 200 novelettes and short stories so far and have published them on my homepage.
The Twilight Zone
The Twilight Zone is a web-based fiction magazine specializing in comedy, science fiction, fantasy, mystery, thriller, and psychological horror. Launched in July 2000, it was named after the legendary television anthology series.
Pulp Fiction is a web-based fiction magazine specializing in comedy, science fiction, fantasy, mystery, thriller, and psychological horror. It is English version of 'The Twilight Zone,' and it was named after a format for inexpensive fiction magazines of early 20th century.
July 27, 2000
Launching a Site at Freechal (a South Korean Web Portal)
May 2, 2004
Publishing the 50th Episode
January 15, 2007
Transfer the Site to Ohpy (a South Korean Homepage Provider) due to the service disruptions of Freechal)
March 2, 2008
Publishing the 100th Episode
September 31, 2009
Transfer the Site to Tistory (a South Korean Blog-publishing Service) due to the service disruptions of Ohpy)
October 1, 2009
Change the Site Name to <Jake's S.J.C.N>
January 1, 2012
Publishing the 150th Episode
July 27, 2012
Change the Site Name to <Reverse Fictioneering Laboratory>
November 1, 2015
Publishing the 200th Episode
October 1, 2016
Begin to Relocate the Site to Weebly
My Favorite List
Kurt Vonnegut, Umberto Eco, O. Henry, Guy de Maupassant, H.G. Wells, Edgar Allan Poe, Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw, Philip K. Dick, Ray Bradbury, and Stephen King.
The War of the Worlds (H.G. Wells, 1898), Brave New World (Aldous Huxley, 1932), 1984 (George Orwell, 1949), The Illustrated Man (Ray Bradbury, 1951), Fahrenheit 451 (Ray Bradbury, 1953), I Am Legend (Richard Matheson, 1954), Lord of the Flies (William Golding, 1954), Dandelion Wine (Ray Bradbury, 1957), Catch-22 (Joseph Heller, 1961), A Clockwork Orange (Anthony Burgess, 1962), Ubik (Philip K. Dick, 1966), Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (Philip K. Dick, 1968), Slaughterhouse-Five (Kurt Vonnegut, 1969), The Shining (Stephen King, 1977), Misery (Stephen King, 1987), and Timequake (Kurt Vonnegut, 1997).
Roman Holiday (1953), Funny Face (1957), Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961), My Fair Lady (1964), 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), A Clockwork Orange (1971), The Shining (1980), E.T. (1982), Blade Runner (1982), Pulp Fiction (1994), The Shawshank Redemption (1996), Fargo (1996), A.I. (2001), Minority Report (2002), Mist (2007), and almost every works of Disney/Pixar.
Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, George Clooney, Denzel Washington, James Spader, Bradley Whitford, Mark Harmon, Jeff Daniels, and Kiefer Sutherland
Audrey Hepburn, Jodie Foster, Mary-Louise Parker, Naomi Watts, Rachel Mcadams, and Natalie Portman
Elton John, Billy Joel, Rod Stewart, Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Barry Manilow, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Nat King Cole, Michael Buble, and Norah Jones.
The Twilight Zone (1959~1964), Saturday Night Live (NBC, 1975~ ), The Simpsons (FOX, 1989~ ), Seinfeld (NBC, 1989~1998), Law & Order (NBC, 1990~2010), The X-File (FOX, 1993~2000), Frasier (NBC, 1993~2004), E.R. (NBC, 1994~2009), The Practice (ABC, 1997~2004), Will & Grace (NBC, 1998~2006), The West Wing (NBC, 1999~2006), Futurama (FOX, 1999~2013), Crime Scene Investigation (CBS, 2000~2015), 24 (FOX, 2001~2010; 2014), Battlestar Galactica (ABC/SciFi, 1978~1990; 2004~2009), Lost (ABC, 2004~2010), Boston Legal (ABC, 2004~2009), Mad Men (AMC, 2007~2015), Breaking Bad (AMC, 2008~2013), The Good Wife (CBS, 2009~2016), Homeland (Showtime, 2011~ ), The Newsroom (HBO, 2012~2014), and House of Cards (Netflix, 2013~ )