Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!

5 Differences Between the U.S. and Korea

Posted on Tue, Jul 28, 2015 @ 11:13 AM

I’ve been working with Chungdahm Academy in South Korea for over 3 years now. Until recently, I had yet to travel home to America for a visit or any country whose primary language is English. My friends who had gone back to America for a vacation said that being home would feel weird. I did not really believe them until recently, when I went home for a vacation. Here are a few observations I made when I went back:

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Tags: Korea, vacation, Asia, living in Korea, USA, Teach English in South Korea

A Teacher's Break From Korea: NJ

Posted on Thu, Feb 28, 2013 @ 03:40 PM

So being back in Jersey City was definitely breathtaking. I got to see the snow fall where my family still lives after all these years, walk along the Hudson where our house hovers and breathe the air that I longed for this past year in Korea. There have been many changes to the area, mostly upgrades, but the best part is being able to still find the same spots that I longed for since moving to Korea.

 

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Tags: vacation, food in Korea, snacks, sandwich, term break, New Jersey, USA, sushi, bagel

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