I remember the day I left for Korea like it was yesterday. My stomach was flying with nerves as I began unpacking my bags at the airport. I recall my luggage weighing too much and I was frantically throwing things in and out of my suitcase. At that time, I hadn't traveled much and I knew nothing about teaching and had very little knowledge about Korea and Korean people. Even though I tried to do as much research as possible, no travel book could have prepared me for the journey ahead. Below I offer three tips about things you should do prior to departing to teach in Korea.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
I hope you’re a regular visitor to our little corner of the internets. The Aclipse blog offers near daily and definitely awesome tidbits of expat adventures in South Korea. This site’s not only a great source for potential teachers to see what life in Korea is really like on a daily basis, it’s a roadmap for innumerable weekend adventures for those already living in the ROK. What kills me is that great posts by our resident bloggers are lost to the depths of our long archives after a week on the first page. So to give them a little more life, I decided to take a few of my favorite posts from the past month and feature them here a bit. Do click on the links and enjoy.