Preparation From the very first day, teachers should get in the habit of arriving an hour or more before the start of their first class so that they can adequately prepare for the day’s classes. Not only will your boss see this and be impressed with and grateful for your professionalism and positive attitude, but you
From the beginning of March when the air is still cool, spring announces its arrival in Korea with a blanket of white and yellow blossoms spread like a quilt all over the nation. The warmer season sees a host of festivals take place in Korea where visitors can stroll among the blossoming spring flowers and
How to file tax exemption for expats in Korea First-time teachers for the EPIK program (except Canadians) qualify for 2-years of tax exemption. Teachers who are already living in Korea qualify, if they have been in Korea for less than 2 years. See the information below on how to submit forms to qualify for the
A while back, I had an interview with KpopStarz. They were really respectful and especially the interviewer had good questions that would benefit teachers who wanting to teach English in Korea so I thought it would be good to present the interview here too. 1) Tell me a little bit about what you do
1. Homo Hiil in Itawon Anyone who wants to have a fun night with great music from electronic to pop music and vibe, you need to check out homo hill that is located next to Itawon fire station. There are plenty of clubs and bard for queer people. You can start up drinking at a
By: Maggie Moo Today marks 3 months in Korea for me! I have had many ups and downs and developed a love for creating lists, so here goes nothing. Things I love: 1. My rugby team I have had an amazing time playing with the Seoul Sisters,who have been a really great support network for my first
The 19th century English cleric and writer, Charles Caleb Colton, said that “those who visit foreign nations but associate only with their own country-men, change their climate but not their customs. They see new meridians but the same men, and with heads as empty as their pockets, return home with traveled bodies and untraveled minds”.
My first trip in the spring of 2013 was a success! My partner and I hopped in my car and started driving east, with no real destination in mind. We had both been to the Gangwando province and had already visited the famous Seorak mountain, so we had a rough idea of what the area