• TEACHING IN SOUTH KOREA
  • Top Reasons to Teach English in South Korea

    If you’re looking for an opportunity to travel, an opportunity to save money, a recent uni graduate between jobs, or just someone looking for a break from the nine to five grind, put aside your cynicism and consider a position in one of Asia’s largest English teaching markets – South Korea.   Teaching in South […]

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  • Daily Life Teaching at a Korean Hagwon

    No matter how much information you read about Hagwons and working conditions in Korea there’s always surprises when you arrive. You read online about schools that seem impossibly bad or impossibly perfect. Most teachers seem to have vastly different experiences with Hagwons and even Public Schools- some love the school but hate the location, like […]

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  • Yangpyeong: Lotuses By The Lake

    Yangpyeong offers a superb location for anyone looking to briefly escape the fast pace of Seoul. Located at the far reach of Seoul’s Gyeongui-Jungang line it’s an easy and cheap day trip that remains picturesque all year round. Yangpyeong Dumulmeori (양평 두물머리)   Yangpyeong Dumuloeri is the tranquil area where the Bukhangang River and Namhangang River meet. […]

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  • How I got My Teaching Job In South Korea

    I’d have never believed you if you told me a few years ago I’d be teaching in South Korea but, here I am over a year later and (still) absolutely loving it. Teaching in South Korea allows me to travel, save money, learn a new language, and meet people from all over the world.  So, […]