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Korean Camping Culture: Making Time in the Great Korean Outdoors

Posted on Thu, Nov 28, 2019 @ 12:00 PM

Korean Camping Culture: Making Time in the Great Korean Outdoors

Transition can be a scary thing for people. This is especially so when you are staring down the barrel of moving, not only to a different apartment or city, but an entirely new continent. This inevitably brings us face to face with new culture, language barriers, different foods and different ways to travel. Some people are very excited for all these things; this is what travel means to them. Others view many of these new facets of life with trepidation. 

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Tags: national park, preparing to teach in Korea, Teach English in Korea, Teach Abroad, Teach English overseas, camping, outdoor activities, Cycling, top places to travel in Korea

How to Keep Fit and Stay Active in Korea

Posted on Mon, Apr 09, 2018 @ 12:00 PM

If staying fit and active is one your goals and priorities while enjoying your life in Korea then there are many options to meet your personal needs. From lifting weights and yoga classes at a local gym to cycling along the Han River, Korea has great ways to have fun and socialize while breaking a sweat. I will go into some more detail about some of your options to remain active, healthy, and looking your best while still enjoying the exciting nightlife, delicious food, and relaxing drinks.

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Tags: life in Korea, fun, having fun in korea, fitness, Cycling, gym, taekwondo, Cycling in Seoul, working out, culture, exercise, health, leisure, bike paths

Plenty of Ways to Stay Active While Teaching in Korea

Posted on Mon, Oct 20, 2014 @ 11:03 AM

Living in Seoul can be a dream for any sports lover. The opportunity to indulge in outdoor running and cycling in a safe environment is a dream. The city is built to accommodate professional and non-professional athletes with its bike paths, sidewalks and bike lanes. The amount of mountain trails are endless and the opportunity to run in a forest and climb to the top of a summit is conveniently placed at every close subway exit or bus stop. Korea is all about being practical and suiting the needs of it's cities' inhabitants. And it is because of this that athletes and sports lovers alike would love living in Korea. 

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Tags: Teach English in Korea, Teach Abroad, Teach in Asia, things to do in Korea, seoul, Activities to do in Korea, sports in Korea, Olympic Park, 63 building, Hangangriverpark, Hanriver, Jamsil, Recreational activities, fitness, Running, Cycling, Walking

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