The last gathering with my birth family before I left Korea after teaching English for three years. Article written for Gwangju News Magazine
As my time to leave Korea is ticking away, I compiled a list of things I’ll miss the most about Korea.
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?
I talked about how to navigate the intercity buses in Korea to be like a local, but embrace yourself as a foreigner by taking advantage of free intercity shuttle buses. […]
Some tips on traveling in Korea via bus.
What if I said you could have a fantastical shower, steam those toxins out, have a place to sleep, all while having a real Korean experience for $7-14 a night? What’s that you say? Okay, I’ll tell you more!
Remember this number when traveling in Korea.