Helpful articles about Korea

Thinking about teaching in South Korea? Great!

There’s so many unknowns about the place, especially if you are navigating this path yourself. Jordan and I found ourselves in that position, so we made it a point to reach out and learn as much about the culture and job as we could. Here are a few of the most helpful articles we found.

Korea in general:

Teaching English:

Paperwork process:

Odds and Ends:

Do you have any suggestions or great additions to the list? I’d love to hear them!

Categories: CEV, Culture Quirks, Lost in Translation, Practical Matters, South Korea | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Helpful articles about Korea

  1. Thanks for sharing my post about South Korea!

  2. Thanks for including a link to my budget breakdown! This is a great list, I’ll definitely share, as well.

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