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5 Fun Winter Activities To Do While Teaching in Korea

Posted on Tue, Nov 29, 2016 @ 05:13 PM

Now that we are about to enter December and the weather has gotten cold in Korea I thought it would be a great opportunity to talk about my favorite winter activities.  One of the perks of living and teaching in Korea is that you can experience all four seasons and although the weather can he harsh at time, there is still plenty of fun activities you can do. Below are my five favorite winter activities.   

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Tags: international, china, winter in Korea, food in Korea, Activities to do in Korea, cultural activities, winter olympics, snow, snowboarding, skiing, Pyeongchang Winter Olympics 2018

Opportunities to Work at Various Chungdahm Locations

Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2016 @ 03:53 PM

Chungdahm Learning is a massive company that has various branches and franchises domestically and globally. Recently, CDL expanded its international horizons, and has opened up new academies all over Vietnam. The company also has locations in Philippines and America

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Tags: creativity with students, student management, international, teaching at Chungdahm, teaching,, chungdahm, class management, chungdahm learning, international teaching jobs, project based learning, growing with Chungdahm, Chungdahm locations, transfer locations

A Teacher in Korea's Obsession with K Fashion

Posted on Mon, Aug 20, 2012 @ 11:36 AM

I am currently obsessed with the Korean style, so much that I have been spending a lot of money shopping here while teaching English in Korea. There is definitely no harm in shopping, especially to add a new touch to a girl's closet. With this said, I have been obsessed with Mootta, a website that was recently launched in Korea, bringing South Korean fashion to the rest of the world. It is a fresh and innovative website that brings the world South Korea's trend setting fashion designers. Collections consist of a mix and match between designers to fill your closet with goodies from the head down. 

One thing to keep in mind when shopping in Korea is that almost all clothing is Free Size. I have recently touched about it here. Not all women have the same curves in the same area so it can be a bit frustrating when shopping. I am grateful that Mootta offers a handful of stylish pieces that are not free size which makes shopping in Korea easier.

This easy to work website is in English (great for English teachers here in Korea!), providing you with photos for all their looks, a collaboration of all designers to complete your everyday wardrobe. The best part about Mootta is their extremely quick and easy international shipping which reaches the United States within 3 days and the rest of the world up to 7 days. Shopping internationally has never been so easy and limited to one region. I love that they are trendy and it is exactly what the Korean celebrities are wearing as well!

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Tags: obsession, international, designer, trend, Korea, shopping in Korea, accessories, fashion, Clothes in Korea

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