What three years in Korea looks like in numbers
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Every year, twelve English Immersion camps (EIC) are held in a Youth Education Center in Hwasun, South Korea. Thirty same-sex 3rd grade middle school students (equivalent to 9th grade in the U.S.) from around Gwangju are chosen to attend EIC in the middle of nowhere for one week. For each camp, three native teachers are … Continue reading English Immersion Camp
The Korean school calendar works differently than in the states. The new school year starts in March, takes a summer hiatus for a month and then starts back up at the end of August until the end of December. Winter's month-long break ends in February with two weeks of (seemingly pointless) school, two weeks of … Continue reading Winter English Camp in South Korea
EPIK Orientation in South Korea