If you’re in Seoul for a day, a week, a month, a year….this is a helpful post for your travels! It’s a bit weird, but I mean…I wrote it, so you get what you look for. … More Korea on a Dime: The Best of the Almost Free
Some of the best things in Korea are free…so here’s a list! That’s right! COMPLETELY FREE! … More Korea on a Dime: The Best FREE Things!
1. Jeonju Jeonju is far and away my favorite spot in Korea. Hands down! There, you get a perfect mix of old and new. Known for its amazing food- it is the birthplace of the Korean staple- bibimbop. The old: Roam the cobblestoned streets, explore Gyeonggi Palace and enjoy the charming alleyways of the beautiful hanok village. … More The Top 5 Places to Put on Your Bucket List
What do you remember? Can you be certain that what you remember is, indeed, what happened to you? On a scale of 1-10, how certain are you of the events that led you here? Have you fallen victim to coping mechanisms? You know- the things we persistently push down because, in the moment, remembering is … More Home: The People, Places and Things
Christmas is always hard but this year was especially hard for me… … More A Very Expat Exmas
Important things you need to know about Korean contracts, and your rights while working here! … More Read Before Signing- A Crash Course in Korean Contracts
My last post advised potential teachers on the interview questions you must be certain to ask before accepting a position. I *cannot* stress the importance of asking those questions enough. Continuing this stroke of genius, I have compiled a list of things I wish I knew before coming to Korea. … More What I wish I knew before coming to Korea
Please, take it from someone who knows the situation…learn from my mistakes! … More 11 crucial interview questions for a teaching job in Korea
A symphony I hope all girls and women learn to play … More The #1, most important lesson Korea has taught me
A blog about my current living quarters … More Where am I?!