When you live in a new country, rather than being a tourist for a short-time, you learn so much more about the culture and can dig deeper into the good, the bad, and the ugly. Here are 10 things I learned about South Korea from living there for three years.
A day in the life of teaching English in a public elementary school in South Korea
An American living abroad for over three years talks about home around the world
A different kind of activity in the southern part of Daegu - obstacle courses with ziplining in Herb Hillz!
Anna from Global Gallivanting is a digital nomad who has been traversing the world seeking all kinds of adventures. Her travel posts have been a priceless resource when trip planning, especially for India and Australia. Honored to have been featured on the site about Teaching English in Korea.
I have always been curious to try oriental medicine, but never had an excuse for treatment. With recent body aches, I decided to give it a try with acupuncture and cupping.
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While travel can be affordable, it does take money to do so (like anything else). One can earn money while traveling at the same time by working abroad. Here is a detailed account of how much you can earn and save while teaching in a public school in South Korea.
While packing up my life in a backpack after three years of accumulating stuff in Korea, I'm adapting even more to the minimalist lifestyle.
It's hard to say goodbye!