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Want to escape winter in Korea? Just say "Beetlejuice!"

Posted on Mon, Feb 11, 2013 @ 03:45 PM

As I've said before, I'm not crazy about the cold. Yes, I'm from New England, but no, I don't really ski, so winter for me is about the first magical snow (just one please, that's enough) and then of course the oh so mature Christmas countdown. Sometimes January and February can leave me in a kind of funk. But this really hasn't been the case in Korea.

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Tags: a year in Korea, winter in Korea, food in Korea, cafes in Korea, what to see in korea, having fun in korea, Cafe, juice, beetlejuice, juice bar, Activities to do in Korea, Weekend activities in Korea

Teaching in Korea: Markets, Tents, and Culture

Posted on Thu, Jun 14, 2012 @ 11:12 AM

Seoul is a massive, incredibly successful city that is susceptible to America's obsession with image and price tag. The Louis Vuitton is ubiquitous and a night out in Hongdae could include a Ferrari or Lamborghini driving slow through narrow, pedestrian-filled streets. But all my  favorite experiences while teaching English in Korea have been ones that center on the culture of Korea that have nothing to do with the last 50 years.

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Tags: Korean culture, Korea, what to do in korea, food in Korea, Market, what to see in korea, Gwangjang

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