Category: Teaching in Korea

6 Ways to Save Teaching in South Korea

6 Ways to Save Teaching in South Korea

Teaching in South Korea is a fantastic way to save some money. Perhaps for a housing deposit, for a trip, or to pay off debt? I came to Korea motivated by a mixture of all three. I had a large amount of debt I had […]

1 year in South Korea

1 year in South Korea

Introduction I feel like I have been in South Korea forever, but I have only just had my year anniversary! It has been a long year, full of both the good and the bad. A good old reflection is always healthy so I thought I […]

20 Korean Food Challenge

20 Korean Food Challenge

Korean food is one of my main struggles here. I feel like I am generally pretty adventurous when it comes to food. Trying new things to eat is usually one of the first things I do when I visit a new place. I would say […]

Visiting the JSA and DMZ

Visiting the JSA and DMZ

If you ever look up things to do in Seoul, the DMZ is bound to pop up. It has been on my to-do list since I arrived and it’s finally happened! All winter I put it off because I cannot handle being outside in the […]

Life in Korea Update

Life in Korea Update

I’ve been in Korea for 9 months now and I FINALLY feel like I’m getting settling in. It has been confusing and stressful, but also incredible. I thought I would reflect on what I’m loving, what I’m hating, and what I’m missing. What I’m Enjoying […]

What to pack when you move to South Korea

What to pack when you move to South Korea

Before I left, I read a number of blogs advising what to take (and not to take) when moving to SK. I took notes and spoke to friends. Did I pack correctly after all my research? Not really. Perhaps product availability was different for me […]