It’s hard to say goodbye!
Closing up my last semester as a native English teacher in Gwangju. A day to the movies with some sixth grade sweethearts!
As my time to leave Korea is ticking away, I compiled a list of things I’ll miss the most about Korea.
Honored to have been featured in the Gwangju Blog’s latest column, People You Should Know… in Gwangju.
Announcement! After three years of teaching and living in South Korea and fostering a relationship with my birth family, I’ll leave with a backpack and a boyfriend, both of which I’ve acquired in the lovely SK. What’s next?
#CleanGwangju is an initiative to encourage residents to clean Gwangju’s streets for just 10 minutes. Visit CleanGwangju.org for more information.
Korea is a truly beautiful country, but the omnipresent litter prevents some visitors from seeing its beauty. What can we do to help solve this issue?
Figuring out the local transportation system can be a headache or an adventure. Let me make it easier for you!
Gwangju Freecycle is a community organization with aims to reduce waste through reuse and promote a gifting community. Read about how I started it in January 2014 and its effect on the Gwangju community.