Good Spots to Teach and Live in Busan

Teachers who work for the public school systems do not have the luxury of choosing where they will live and work. Near the final day of orientation, the new teachers will be given a list of where you will teach. In most cases, teachers live near the school. So, when you know where you will teach, you will have a […]

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10 Reasons to Visit and Live in South Korea

After  a year of teaching and working in Busan, I will be leaving South Korea in about a month, more or less.  The departing will be bittersweet, because although I’m excited about being in my homeland, I’ll definitely miss Korea.  In fact, while I am away, I’m making arrangements in the U.S. to travel more extensively, perhaps living in Asia […]

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Snow and New Co-Teachers in Busan

Drama, drama, drama in South Korea, ladies and gents. Today, it actually snowed in Busan. This was a welcomed treat for me because I am from the South and I wanted to experience snow, but not too much snow. Oh, yeah and I got two new co-teachers. My former co-teachers went to different schools. You may recall that I wrote […]

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Tips and Advice for Moving to South Korea

I’ve gotten a few contacts from people who are moving to Busan or South Korea in general to teach! You all want advice and tips for moving and you want to know what it’s like in Busan. If you have already applied, read on! I am glad to help by giving you my point of view. What is it Like […]

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Food in South Korea

Some people may be worried about the food in South Korea. I want to attest that it’s good! Kimchi takes some getting used to; it has a pickled taste in my opinion, but other food in South Korea, like Korean barbecue is awesome! The only problem which may or may not be a problem, is that most of the time […]

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