Tag: living in Korea

10 Productive Things To Do During Desk Warming Season: Part 1

In desk warming season it would be easy to just watch an endless marathon of movies and Youtube videos. In fact, this is what most teachers tend to prefer doing. Instead of letting my brain mush out for weeks on New Girl reruns and Facebook stalking, I prefer to stay busy and keep my mind occupied during this extra free time. I’m going to share with you 10 things I like to do during desk warming season to help keep me busy, active, and happy.

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.

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.

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?

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.

A Single’s Guide To Surviving Relationship Season (Part 2)

Last week, this guide let you know which couple infested places to avoid in South Korea during relationship season. I hope you took my advice and were able to dodge the madness as the weather gets colder and the season of love kicks into high gear. This week, I’ll be sharing with you the best places to hang out with your single friends in South Korea without being subjected to sappy, overdone new couple PDA.

A Single’s Guide to Surviving Relationship Season in South Korea (Part 1)

Being single during the Christmas holidays, otherwise known as ‘relationship season’, can be difficult enough to deal with back home, but what does it feel like when you’re single and abroad?

Sports in South Korea – How You Can Get Involved

From the snow covered mountains to beautiful beaches and amazing national parks, Korea certainly has a lot to offer nature lovers and sports aficionados. Koreans love nature and they love sports, which is why it is easy to find places where you can be active while enjoying the picturesque landscape. Winter provides numerous outdoor sporting activities; skating and skiing are popular winter sports. In the summer you can go rock climbing, hiking and white water rafting.

If you are looking to explore Korea while living an active lifestyle, here are some great activities to get involved in!