I love to travel! The opportunity to travel is one of the main reasons I’ve stayed in Korea for almost 4 years. Traveling can be a weekend jaunt to a nearby country or a more in depth trip between teaching jobs or contracts. Local travel is just as interesting and there are many suburbs to explore around Seoul via the subway or express bus service. Here are my top picks for a quick day trip outside of Seoul.Read More
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The thrill of the T-express, an uncanny Rotating House, the soaking Amazon Express, the adventure expeditions of the Lost Valley, candy floss, German beer, endless summer snow cones… you can experience it all at Everland! Everland Resort is Korea’s number one theme park located in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do province. Recently, the Chungdahm Travel Club organized a fun and exciting day for all instructors to experience the exhilarating activities at Everland for free! Yip, entrance was fully paid for! At $46.00 per ticket joining the CDI Travel Club was a pretty good deal that could not be missed!
Everland, the Disney Land of Korea, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Korea and is a great spot to have some fun while teaching English in South Korea. Although it is a family spot, it is popular for a bunch of friends to go crazy and ride on a handful of rides as well. The most popular and must go on ride is the T-express, the steepest wooden roller coaster in the world. It is probably the best and the one roller coaster that is worth the long wait.