Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!

Managing Your Utility Expenses While Teaching in Korea

Posted on Thu, Mar 08, 2018 @ 06:15 PM

Regardless if you your contract includes housing or not, you still need to pay your utilities. I work in Gangnam, Seoul and work for April’s Daechi Branch. Thus, I live in one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Seoul. Considering real estate prices are considerably high in my area, I didn’t know what to expect when it came to my utility bills. As a person who didn't take into consideration how much electricity, gas or hot water I used during my first two months teaching in Korea, I believe I am able to tell you with certainty that there is no reason to fret.  It’s very inexpensive. Don’t believe me? I’ll break it all down for you.

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Tags: bills in korea, Expenses

3 Reasons Why You Should Pick Korea

Posted on Tue, Jul 01, 2014 @ 08:44 AM

People who decide to become an English teacher overseas always ask: Which country should I teach in? The world is a fascinating and beautiful place, but here are the reasons why I decided that Korea was and is the best place for me:

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Tags: English in Korea, expats, working in korea, Korean society, safety in korea, Money, Expenses, advice

Saving Money in Korea - $12,000 a Year is Manageable !

Posted on Mon, Mar 31, 2014 @ 12:01 PM

Most con and scam articles start by saying this isn't a con or scam article. But really, this article isn't. How can I prove that to you? Well, I'll make this piece as short, simple, straightforward as I can.

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Tags: teaching in Korea, Saving, Money, Expenses

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