While scouring the internet for information about what life is like for expats who have moved to South Korea, you’ll run into loads of blogs about just that: life in South Korea. For whatever reason, expat bloggers tend to focus on the personal aspects of life in South Korea: places they’ve traveled to, things they’ve eaten, fun times had, etc. So surprisingly, you might have a harder time finding information about what teaching is actually like. I know that before I came here, I was clueless and worried about what the job would entail. Let me tell you, you should be comforted by the lack of information about the job. Bloggers must find that information too obvious or straightforward to be interesting. They consider it unnoteworthy because it’s nothing to get excited about, but also it’s nothing to worry about. To set your mind at ease a bit more, I’ll take you on a little tour of my hagwon (private academy).
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
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