I’m finally leaving Korea and heading back to the States. I’ve also got a few things planned for everyone while I’m away.
It looks like I’m leaving Korea. It’s been a long yet adventurous journey, a great chapter in my life. I’m finding it hard to say goodbye.
Pictures from my trip to the Korean folk village.
Early morning photos from a stroll through my neighborhood in South Korea.
What is it like out there? How much should I get paid? Am I getting screwed over by my recruitment agency? These are all good questions to ask when applying for a job overseas. There are plenty more you should ask too, and you are right to ask them. I … Continue reading →
This past weekend, I experienced my first Korean wedding. I didn’t want to go because I was extremely sore from the “mandatory fun” called Avalon Sports Day (all the teachers had to participate in the oddest sporting event ever at my school). However, I’m glad I got the chance to … Continue reading →
Lately, I’ve been blogging a little too much about WordPress and all kinds of mumbo-jumbo for the Internet junkies. Today, however, I’m going to share with you a little movie. Yes, a movie! Last Monday, I was put to the “Milk Challenge.” Little did I know, when I decided to … Continue reading →
I’m a few days late on blogging about my trip to Fukuoka, Japan, I know. But, I have a good excuse. When I got back from my trip, the backlight to my computer screen was dead. Therefore, I was without Internet access for a few days, at least until I … Continue reading →
If you would’ve told me back in May, when I graduated college, that I’d be where I’m at right now or doing what I’m doing right now, I probably would’ve asked you what medication you were on. In just a few short hours, I’ll be boarding a plane, taking off … Continue reading →
“They say you can never go home again.” I was thinking about that quote a couple of weekends ago (I know, I should’ve been blogging since then). I was homesick. It took a couple of weeks, but I felt it. Really, I just didn’t have anything to do. I was … Continue reading →