The final days of 2014 are officially here! Last week, I gave a recap of four memorable spots that I visited for the first time this past year. Click here to check out that post, or keep reading to see the final four adventures that you definitely need to put on your bucket lists for 2015!
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
Sitting high on my Korea Bucket List for the past three years has been Seoraksan National Park. I don't have any good reasons for why it took me so long to make it out there, but I'm definitely kicking myself for putting if off for so long. A couple weekends ago, I took a trip with Adventure Korea out to this famous park to soak up the cool fall weather and to do some hiking. The park is gorgeous and one of the best places I've visited in Korea!
No matter where you’re placed while teaching English in Korea, you’ll have opportunities to travel over the country and see some majestic scenery that is truly astonishing for such a geographically small country. This past weekend was a short holiday called Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving) and I spent three days with a work friend up in Seorak National Park with the intent of climbing Mt. Seorak, which has one of the highest peaks in South Korea. I thought sharing this experience would help provide some insight as to what the Korean wilderness has in store for you on your time off work.