Tag: living 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?

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.

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!

Top 10 Reasons Why People Teach English Abroad

The top 10 reasons why people teach English abroad. Have you taught abroad? What are your reasons for doing so?