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Get Colorful at the Holi Hai Festival While Teaching in Korea

Posted on Fri, Apr 03, 2015 @ 03:20 PM

One of the best things about teaching in Korea is that there is no shortage of festivals or events. Whether it is the Daegu Body Painting Festival, the Busan Fireworks Festival, or the Seoul Lantern Festival, they happen up and down the country and are all easy to get to. This blog will look at the Holi Hai festival (the Festival of Colors), which I recently attended. The Holi Hai festival celebrates spring and love while dancing, throwing colored powder at each other and smearing paint on friends and strangers alike.
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Tags: teaching in Korea, social life, Daegu, Teacher English in Korea, Festivals in Korea, holi hai

A Teacher in Korea Recounts Daejeon Citizen's Glorious Resurrection

Posted on Wed, Nov 12, 2014 @ 10:03 AM

Normally I feel like writing about the same topic on multiple occasions is a blogging faux pas, but in this instance I think I can be excused. Back in April when I was only a starry-eyed blogging novice, I wrote about my love for the beloved Daejeon Citizen, South Korea’s finest football club. Now, with the K League Challenge campaign coming to an end, I thought it would be appropriate to reflect on my first full season as a Daejeonista.
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Tags: Korean soccer, Teach Abroad, Teach in Asia, Teacher English in Korea, Activities to do in Korea, sports in Korea

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