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5 Important Items To Keep At School During Winter In Korea

5 Important Items To Keep At School During Winter In Korea

I’m here to share with you 5 items to purchase and keep in your arsenal at work to combat the freezing temperatures. You can thank me in a comment below after you’ve successfully fought off the frostbite on your poor little digits with the items from my list.

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The Pros And Cons Of Living In A Small City In South Korea (Part 2)

The Pros And Cons Of Living In A Small City In South Korea (Part 2)

Last week, I shared with you 5 cons for living in a small city in South Korea. Let’s pick up the pace and end on a much cheerier note, shall we?
Here are the top 5 Pros to convince you to pick a spot on your map, pack up your bags, and move to that small city in Korea.

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How Do You Cope With Missing Holidays/Celebrations While Living Abroad?

 How Do You Cope With Missing Holidays/Celebrations While Living Abroad?

How do I cope with missing holidays/celebrations whilst living abroad? Well aside from walking around on an Easter egg hunt singing Christmas carols, doused in tinsel, with baubles hanging from my ears carrying a birthday cake, I try to first breathe and think about the long run.

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The Pros And Cons Of Living In A Small City In South Korea

The Pros And Cons Of Living In A Small City In South Korea

You’ve done it! You’ve sent in an application to use Reach To Teach as your recruiter and you passed the initial interview. Congrats! Now comes the really difficult part, deciding in which city you’d like to apply to teach. Should you choose the bright lights and fast paced streets of Seoul? Or should you opt for a quieter, smaller city?

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A New Year’s Resolutions List For The Traveler

A New Year’s Resolutions List For The Traveler

As 2013 comes to a close, it’s important to remember all the wonderful things that happened, but it is equally important to look to the future with hopeful eyes. I’ve compiled a short list of New Year’s resolutions that I’d like to accomplish to help me become a better traveller and person in 2014. Feel free to borrow any you like and add them to your own list.

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Interview With Brett Mandel, An American Teacher In South Korea

Interview With Brett Mandel, An American Teacher In South Korea

This month Reach To Teach interviewed Brett Mandel, an American teacher in South Korea teaching with the EPIK program.

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Ward Off The Winter Blues: 10 Fun Things To Do In South Korea (Part 2)

Ward Off The Winter Blues: 10 Fun Things To Do In South Korea (Part 2)

Last week, I shared with you 5 fun things to do in South Korea to help ward off the winter blues. I have more fun things to share with you this week. Don’t forget to share any other remedies you might have with me in a comment below!

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Ward Off The Winter Blues: 10 Fun Things To Do In Korea (Part 1)

Ward Off The Winter Blues: 10 Fun Things To Do In Korea  (Part 1)

Winter in South Korea is so much fun…for about a week. After the initial joy of the cozy season begins to wear off, you really start to resent the bitter wind, harassing snowflakes, and slippery streets that plague Korea. After spending endless hours watching Christmas movie marathons while snacking on seasonal treats, you’ll begin to have nightmares of a villainous Santa Claus who wields sharpened candy cane swords.

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