This year hasn’t been the right year for traveling abroad. This is true for everyone everywhere in the world. One can travel for business, but for pleasure and family visits, then it is hard. In my case, I am used to taking some time off to visit family yearly. I had my vacation dates set aside well in advance. They were plans made pre-covid. So, of course, those plans were canceled once covid struck. As an English teacher and the faculty manager of two branches, I don’t have the time to travel to my family in the US. In order to spend two weeks with family, I would have to request four weeks off! The additional two weeks is due to the mandatory two week quarantine for those entering the country from abroad. So, I truly thought seeing my family this year was going to be impossible.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
Tags: hosting visitors in Korea, living in Korea, communicating with family back home, family in korea, COVID-19, teaching during covid-19
It's that exciting time when a loved one visits you while you are living and teaching in Korea! There is nothing more fulfilling than sharing a special milestone in your life with a friend or family member who is close to you. However, now the sweat begins... Where do you take them? What itinerary will you create? You have only one day in the bustling city of Seoul, here are some great stops on your must-see and must-do list!Read More
Tags: hosting visitors in Korea, things to do in Korea, seoul, Trips in Korea, family in korea, Day trips, Trips in Seoul, Seoul secrets, Teach in Seoul, travel, weekend travel, adventure
Since I have arrived in Korea to teach English, I have felt the urge to try new things and pursue activities that I never would have living in the United States. Maybe it's the feeling of living in a different country with a culture that is completely foreign to me or maybe it's the idea that up and moving to Korea has given me a fresh start and a chance to reinvent my life. I am not sure what it is but I have really enjoyed the opportunity to try and do new things.
Tags: hosting visitors in Korea, teaching in Korea, living in Korea