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4 Major Differences Between Living in Korea and The U.S.

Posted on Wed, Aug 23, 2017 @ 03:52 PM

After 2 years of not being in America, I found myself somewhat out of place when I visited my family back home in Las Vegas, Nevada this past July. I guess I have really adjusted to Korean life. While talking to my friends who I’ve met and worked with at ChungDahm, they said the sense of normalcy would return to me after at least half a year. As much as I tried to become ‘American’, I found it hard and I tended to miss Korea more. Although I do love America, my heart is split among the two lands that I call home. In this blog I will talk about the 4 big differences that I felt had the biggest impact on me when traveling back to America.

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Tags: Korean food, annual vacation, vacation, food in Korea, shopping in Korea, Beauty Products in Korea, Korean people

A Different Side to North Korea...

Posted on Mon, Apr 15, 2013 @ 03:55 PM

There is a huge story going on in North Korea. It is scary, frightening, and whether you are an English teacher in South Korea or not, it deserves our attention. You probably know what I am talking about about because you watch the news. Unless you are living under a rock, how could you not know?

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Tags: Korea, safety, North Korea, war, life in Korea, Korean War, Korean people

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