October 25, 2016

             Late on a hot Sunday afternoon, eight of us from Gyeonsangnamdo arrived in Pohang. The next morning we were joined by several others from our province, plus other teachers and education department staff from all over Korea. We were part of a group of about 70, bound for the islands of Ulleungdo and Doko. The history of Dokdo and it’s disputed ownership has been well documented. The purpose of this trip was to further enlighten us and actually visit Dokdo!

             Prior to the trip I had asked my Korean friends about visiting Dokdo. The answers I...

June 30, 2016

The Pros and Cons of Living in the Countryside

By: Bethany White

         Everyone has different expectations about what it’s like to live in a foreign country and those expectations can make or break your first experiences here in Korea. One of the scariest things about accepting a public school job here in Korea is the “fear” that you may be placed in the country side.

         When I first accepted my position with the GOE and I was told that I would not be informed where I would be placed in Korea until I arrived, I was terrified! I frantically researched all areas of the GOE that...

June 30, 2016

Vegetarian in Korea 

                                        What to Eat?

By: Genevieve Bryson

      June 30, 2016

      

What is it like being a vegetarian or vegan in South Korea? Can you survive in a country that is famous for its barbecues and dining culture as a non-meat eater? Well of course you can! Continue reading for more tips and tricks on being a vegetarian in South Korea.

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