A popular hobby many Koreans are picking up is rock climbing. Thus, the number of rock climbing gyms are starting to increase. The landscape of Korea is great for rock climbing. There are many mountains that offer climbers great spots to climb while enjoying the lush beauty of the nature around them. However, before being able to rock climb out in nature, one should train indoors. Some of my friends took up this hobby while living in Korea and invited me to join.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
Do you want to learn a new skill and get a great cardio workout simultaneously? Feeling stressed from work? Have some extra energy to spend? Come and join me for a kickboxing workout in a Seoul Mixed Martial Arts gym that offers kickboxing, jujutsu (also known in the West as jiu-Jitsu), and weight training.Read More
I love my teaching schedule in Korea because it gives me a lot of free time during the day. I usually leave my apartment around 2:30 p.m., start work at 4 p.m., finish work at 10 p.m., and am back at my apartment a little before 11 p.m. I really enjoy having my mornings and early afternoons free to pursue hobbies and interests. When I am not going to the gym, reading, playing sports, watching movies, etc., I really enjoy having the time to write. I write in my journal, update blogs, and to my biggest surprise, a local English newspaper!