Happy New Year from South Korea! Despite not being a night creature, the motifs have always appealed to me, and Korea delivers. The liveliness, the nonsense, the spectacular karaoke called norebang, the palm-readers, the game rooms or PC Bangs—the possibilities are limitless. But what can I say: even with all the excitement, I enjoy earlier evenings. However, to welcome and further solidify my coming year living and teaching in Korea, I decided I was going to honor New Year’s Eve as truly as possible.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
With 2015 having just ended, and the new year has just begun, it's that time of year when people start reflecting on the past year and figuring out what improvements they can make in the New Year. For us ESL teachers, our lives teaching abroad do not always have to depend on the present moment, and we too can make some New Year resolution goals that can set us on an even better course that feels progressive and inspiring. Here are 3 goals that I believe are acheivable for all while teaching in Korea in the New Year.Read More
Like the rest of the world, South Korea does celebrate the December 31st, as New Years Eve, and January 1st is a public holiday, which means most people do not have to work. Public transport will generally operate longer, which means you can get to and from downtown with ease. There are fireworks and many celebrations. As an English Teacher, you can celebrate it in style, just as you would at home.Read More