Lately, I just feel quite lucky to have met the people that I now know in Korea. I quite enjoy the company of people my age, but I’ve also been able to widen the age-gap of my friendships. One woman I’ve met, Sunny, has become one of my closest friends here. She has her own yoga studio, nature school, and she helps out at my favorite vegan restaurant, Jack and the Beanstalk in Namcheon. Sunny is just one of those people who seems to know everyone within a 175 mile radius, and recently I had the opportunity to travel with her with a few other ladies to Boseong to experience a green tea spa and green tea fields. Below I will talk about the highlights of our trip and tell you why it's a must visit during your time teaching in Korea.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
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