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Teachers Talk About Why They Love Living in South Korea (Part 1)

Posted on Fri, Oct 24, 2014 @ 09:33 AM

When I started University back in 2008, I knew that when I finished I would go traveling. I didn’t know where or how, but I knew I wanted leave Ireland for a few years to explore. So, when I found an advertisement from Aclipse on my college website, while I was in my finial year, I knew that teaching English abroad would be a great way to do this. Likewise, this next serious of video blogs will talk to other English teachers from America and England who have made the journey to South Korea and are loving every minute. Blog one is with Anisa, who is from the United Kingdom:




 Next time, hear what Micheal Heidari , who has been in South Korea for two years (and plans on staying for a third) talks about teaching English in South Korea. Also, hear what Jenvika who is from America and Sam, from England think about teaching in South Korea. 


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John May grew up in Dublin, Ireland where he is from & went to Trinity College – one of Irelands best known universities. He graduated from here in November 2012 with a B.A. (Mod) in Geography & Sociology. John has always had a passion for travelling and having been to most of Europe, he decided to explore Asia after Uni. He has always wanted to teach and thought what better way to travel than teaching English on the way. John is currently teaching English for CDI in Daegu, South Korea a position he found through Aclipse; John felt nervous before his departure, but now that he is in Korea he loves every minute of it. For more information follow his blog.

Tags: teaching in Korea, a year in Korea, advice, applying to teach English, abroad, Activities to do in Korea, benefits of living in Korea

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