As the first month of the New Year has come to a close, my friend and I have been really working hard to try and hit our health goals. We would work out anywhere between 75-90 minutes for 6 days a week trying to get Busan body ready. However, with all of this physical exertion, it was bound or one of us to get hurt. That individual just so happen to be me.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
If you live in Korea long enough, at some point you just might need to go to the dentist. For some of us, it could be for a medical reason and for others it could be something as simple as a teeth cleaning or whitening. I've been to the dentist three times here in Korea. The first was for a regular check up to see if I had any cavities, and yes, I did. *Sadface* The second visit was for a teeth cleaning and the last time was because of a more unfortunate reason. The crown to my root canal came off, pulling off some extra parts that needed to be fixed.