Never mind luggage, food, clothes... I need a phone! Nowadays, having a smart phone is the most important tool to connect to the outside world. Living abroad has never been easier, with access to multiple communication platforms such as Skype, Instagram, Snapchat and Kakaotalk. You can feel closer to your relatives and loved ones from far-away and it is the most important connectivity tool for travellers and expats.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
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The mobile industry is huge in Korea! Almost everyone has a smartphone and uses their device for communication, entertainment, navigation, education shopping and saving. Since living in Korea I have downloaded so many helpful apps that the whole population uses on a daily basis. Here are some of the apps I would recommend downloading and using if you are living or planning on moving to Korea.Read More
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We live in a smartphone world. My dependence on my iPhone is, undoubtedly, ridiculous, and yet I just need it. Living in Korea has made my borderline addiction a little bit more understandable, though, because I use my phone constantly to get information about buses, subways, restaurants, and events. Living in an unfamiliar place is made so much easier by the accessibility of information on the internet and through apps, so here are the most useful apps I've found (and used!) while in Korea.
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