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First Annual Reach To Teach Seoul Pub Crawl

First Annual Reach To Teach Seoul Pub Crawl

First Annual Reach To Teach Seoul Pub Crawl When: Saturday, February 18th Time: Starts at 7:00 PM Where: Starting at The Wolfhound in Itaewon For directions to The Wolfhound please visit: http://www.wolfhoundpub.com/locations/seoul.html Come out and join RTT on our first ever Seoul Pub Crawl! We’re going to start the night off at The Wolfhound with dinner and make our way to some of the following bars: 3 Alley Pub Sam Ryan’s Sports Bar Seoul Pub Gecko’s More bars can be added if you have a favorite! If you would like to join us for dinner at The Wolfhound please RSPV by Friday February 10th as we will need to make a reservation for our group. If you don’t wish to join us for dinner, the drinking will start about 8:30. Please email John at john@reachtoteachrecruiting.com to confirm that you will be joining us, so we can keep an eye out for you. If you can’t make it to The Wolfhound at 8:30pm please call Wilna Tanis at 010-2411-2749 to find out where we are. You’re more than welcome to join us later in the evening. For those of you that don’t live in Seoul, you can book a cheap room […]

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RTT Interviews Raymond Revnyak, a Reach To Teach Teacher in South Korea

RTT Interviews Raymond Revnyak, a Reach To Teach Teacher in South Korea

An interview with a Reach to Teach teacher in South Korea. Raymond Revnyak joined the EPIK program in August 2011.

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TEFL Q&A: Do I Need a TEFL to Teach with EPIK in South Korea?

TEFL Q&A: Do I Need a TEFL to Teach with EPIK in South Korea?
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Taking The Next Step – A Teacher in South Korea Shares her Experiences of Moving Abroad

Taking The Next Step - A Teacher in South Korea Shares her Experiences of Moving Abroad

Guest Article by Uzma Ali, a Reach To Teach teacher in South Korea When I made the decision to leave my comfortable, unfulfilling life to start teaching English in Korea, I was excited at the prospect of having an adventure half way across the world. However, when the moment came to say goodbye to ‘home’ I can honestly say I have never felt such fear. The urge to run indoors and make my excuses was immense and stepping onto the train to London, Heathrow was quite possibly the hardest thing I have ever had to do. “What in God’s name am I doing?” I thought. The only thing I remember about that train journey was breathing deeply and whispering to myself, “Be brave, be brave, be brave,” as I watched the landscape fly by. Deciding to live in a different country – be it a few months, a year or even three years – is certainly not as easy as it may seem. Many people find the idea of living abroad enticing, but when push comes to shove and it’s time to make that final decision, the number of doubts that will go through your mind is unexpectedly high. In […]

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RTT Teachers: Lisa Vinish

Lisa Vinish, a Reach To Teach teacher in South Korea, talks about her experiences living and teaching abroad.

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