With hundreds of kids swarming around you every day, unless you have some superhuman immune system, you’re probably going to get sick at some point. Unfortunately, kids love to cough and sneeze into their hands...and then touch their notebooks and tablets...and then hand their stuff to you.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
Tags: insurance in Korea, preparing to teach in Korea, Teach English in Korea, Teach Abroad, Teach English overseas, medical care in Korea, hospitals
As the first month of the New Year has come to a close, my friend and I have been really working hard to try and hit our health goals. We would work out anywhere between 75-90 minutes for 6 days a week trying to get Busan body ready. However, with all of this physical exertion, it was bound or one of us to get hurt. That individual just so happen to be me.Read More
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One scary thought that crosses many minds when thinking about risks of teaching English abroad is “what happens if I become seriously ill or injured, and I cannot communicate with doctors effectively?” Well in South Korea, you’ll be fine. You’ll be more than fine, actually. The health care I received a couple weeks ago was incredibly quick, thorough, and affordable.
Tags: a year in Korea, hospitals, saving money in Korea, health and safety in Korea, Health in Korea, Healthcare
Halla Hospital, the biggest hospital on Jeju
Tags: teaching in Korea, medical care in Korea, hospitals, medicine