After teaching in Korea for one year with ChungDahm Learning you may find yourself yearning to stay longer. This should not be shocking as English teachers living in Korea tend to stay in the country for up to two years. With Asia right on your doorstep, teachers prefer to travel in their first year and save in the second. With efficient transport, cheap banking and low costs of living, Korea is a desirable ESL destination to enjoy for more than one year.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
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When you live in South Korea you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to fun and interesting cities to visit, from Seoul, which is the capital to Daegu (where I live) to Busan or the beach cities as it's known. The list of places to see and things to do is literally endless.
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:
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