Posts Tagged living in Korea

5 Reasons You Will Love Your Life Abroad

5 Reasons You Will Love Your Life Abroad

Living abroad is one of the most exhilarating and life changing experiences a person can have, and those of us who are lucky enough to have the experience can attest to the positive changes expats can go through while living in another country.

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A Style Guide To The Korean Office: Men

A Style Guide To The Korean Office: Men

Handsome gents, it’s your turn for a style guide to the Korean office. After polling the male expat group, I’ve come up with a neat list to help you put your best foot forward. There’s no longer any need to stress over what to wear at the office!

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How To Dress In The Korean Office: 5 Women’s Rules

How To Dress In The Korean Office: 5 Women’s Rules

Attention EPIK newbies! Today we’ll tackle one of your biggest worries, the dress code. The first part will focus on the women’s rules while the next installment will be just for the guys.

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10 Signs Your Partner Was An Expat In South Korea (Part 2)

10 Signs Your Partner Was An Expat In South Korea  (Part 2)

Last week our South Korea expert Judith Villarreal gave us the first installment of this two part series. Find out the next 5 signs that your partner was an expat in Korea below.

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8 Mistakes New Expats Make in South Korea (Part 2)

8 Mistakes New Expats Make in South Korea (Part 2)

Back in August, precisely 17 days before my departure to become an EPIK teacher in South Korea. I was blinded by images of green tea fields, rice cakes and kimchi. I would read a new expat blog every day (or every hour, if I had the time!). I was ready; or so I thought… This article was written by Neysha Bauer, you can find more of her articles on her blog http://travelsuras.com/

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10 Signs Your Partner Was An Expat In South Korea (Part 1)

10 Signs Your Partner Was An Expat In South Korea (Part 1)

Friends of travelers know this truth more than anyone else: traveling changes a person. If you’ve met someone after they’ve spent time abroad, chances are you met a much different person than had you met them before they boarded the plane to live in Korea.

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8 Mistakes New Expats Make In South Korea (Part 1)

8 Mistakes New Expats Make In South Korea (Part 1)

Back in August, precisely 17 days before my departure to become an EPIK teacher in South Korea. I was blinded by images of green tea fields, rice cakes and kimchi. I would read a new expat blog every day (or every hour, if I had the time!). I was ready; or so I thought… This article was written by Neysha Bauer, you can find more of her articles on her blog http://travelsuras.com/

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An Open Letter To New Bloggers In Korea: Don’t Put Down Your Pen

An Open Letter To New Bloggers In Korea: Don’t Put Down Your Pen

Congratulations on putting yourself out there and beginning your new project! I’m sure the emotions whirling inside of you are almost too strong to contain. I, myself, know the feeling which comes with starting a new blog to document your adventures in a new place. My first blog ever was actually started in South Korea, and I also went through all the mix of emotions. Excitement, inspiration, motivation, and (unfortunately) fear.

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