I'm pretty sure you've heard by now that Korea is amazing. And my list of reasons WHY continues to grow. While living here for the past two years, I've grown to love the culture and the people. Although there are still a few things that bother me, I can't imagine how life will be when I move home. I think Korea actually changes everyone, each in a different way. Here are a few ways Korea has spoiled me and made life that much easier:
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
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Chungdahm is always looking for adventurous and qualified teachers. Many people are now starting the application process. It is extremely nerve-wracking to actually engage in this process all the while realizing you will be making the move abroad for a year. For any applicant, there’s always a bunch of questions that run through your head. I was in that same boat about two years ago. For this very reason, addressing these little issues and reassuring you that the process isn’t as scary as it may seem will help to relieve feelings of anxiety. In the end you will only see a fabulous potential opportunity before your eyes.
When was the last time your mailbox actually had a letter in it: handwritten and addressed to you from a real live person you know? The newest J Crew catalog does not count, although I know how exciting its arrival can be.
One of the difficult things about Teaching English in Korea is that you miss out on your home country’s national holiday’s (Independence Days, Memorial Holidays, etc.). So, what is there to do for a group of adventuring ex-pats? Celebrate the only way you know how, fireworks!