As a Chungdahm teacher, getting laser eye surgery in Korea is a viable option and something I am in the process of doing. This is a significant decision, therefore, I want to take my time and do the research and my due diligence before choosing the proper clinic, doctor, and type of surgery for my eyes. Let’s take a look at the different types of vision correction surgery, some clinics and prices, and procedures prior to surgery.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
Tags: LASIK, eyeglasses, teaching at CDL, corrective eye procedures in korea, LASEK
For medical procedures, many foreigners come to Korea from all over the world because of the reasonable prices and high quality. I remember while I was living in America, I hated going to the dentist and eye doctor because of how much money I would spend for my medical procedures. Even with insurance, I’d pay at least $80-$100 for each visit. Luckily here in Korea, the prices are not astronomical. Here are some tips to help you save money while you are living and teaching in Korea.Read More
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