One fun thing about teaching English in Korea is that you get to work with people from all over, meaning that there will inevitably be a variety of reactions to Korean winter. While people from the American south are bound to think it’s the coldest place on earth, Canadians like myself might argue that it’s not all that bad. However, no matter where you stand on the temperature, there are a few tips I’ve come to know to make your winters more bearable while teaching English in Korea.
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
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