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Learn About Chuseok: One of Korea's Most Celebrated Holidays

Posted on Thu, Sep 28, 2017 @ 12:00 PM

This year all Chungdahm locations will be closed next week for two days to observe the Chuseok holiday.  Chuseok is the Korean equivalent of Thanksgiving and depending on your branch, you might be lucky enough to get a few extra days off before and after the vacation. At Songpa branch, where I work, instructors were excited to hear about the schedule changes that will allow for a few extra days of relaxation!

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Tags: Chuseok, Thanksgiving, Holidays in South Korea, things to do in Korea, Vacations in Korea, Korean traditions

Teaching in Korea Doesn't Mean You Have to Miss Out on Wedding Season

Posted on Thu, Sep 25, 2014 @ 09:40 AM

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Tags: Teach English in Korea, western culture in korea, Korean traditions, Teach in Asia, Activities to do in Korea, Weddings in Korea

Buddha's Birthday in Korea: Part Two

Posted on Sun, May 04, 2014 @ 09:52 PM

Last week, I posted part one of my blogs on the annual Lotus Lantern Festival, thrown in honor of Buddha's Birthday in Seoul. After we spent some time last weekend walking around Jogyesa and taking billions of photos of the lanterns, it was time for my favorite part of the festival: the Lantern Parade. 

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Tags: festival, cultural experience, festivals, Buddhist Temples, Buddhism, cultural activities, Buddhist, things to do before leaving korea, tourist attractions, Buddha's Birthday, tourist attraction in korea, korea bucket list, bucket list, Korean traditions, lotus lantern festival, Weekend activities in Korea, Holidays in South Korea

Korea Buffet Basics: I hope you're hungry!

Posted on Tue, Sep 17, 2013 @ 05:27 PM

Here's a great look (video post!) at one of the many different kinds of buffets that you can experience while living and teaching in Korea. This buffet has a fantastic variety of food options and a friendly cook who helps prepare your meal. This buffet in Seoul also offers many extra 'service' options. You'll have to watch to find out what these are.

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Tags: eating out in Korea, food in Korea, restaurants in korea, dishes in korea, eating in Korea, service, buffet, Korean traditions

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