An article over at Seoulistic could use a bit of proofing. Here's the opening:
Kimchi is Korea’s representative food. It’s delicious, healthy and it goes good with everything. And Koreans eat it pretty much everyday, for pretty much every meal. It can’t be THAT good can it?! Find out why Koreans eat so much kimchi!
What errors do you see? I'll tell you what I'm not counting as errors: (1) the lack of an Oxford comma after the word "healthy," and (2) the sentence beginning with "And." Stylistically, I think it's perfectly kosher to begin a sentence with a conjunction, as long as the writer and reader are clear that the article in question is being written in an informal register. In a research paper, beginning a sentence with a conjunction would be unacceptable.
So-- what problems do you see? I spotted at least three.