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Is Teaching English in Korea the right decision for me?

Teaching English in a foreign country can seem a bit scary, especially for those who have never left their home…

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Andong Mask Dance Festival

Looking for something interesting to do this month? Check out the traditional Mask Dance Festival in Andong. When: 09.27.2013 ~…

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Is English Education Supposed to be Fun?

How to Make English Learning Fun One of the most important things you can do is to make English learning…

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Preparing for a year abroad in Korea

Living abroad can be exciting, but it also has its challenges. Those who have never been out of their home…

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Lady Winchester and the Documentary

Film premiere of Lady Winchester and the Documentary.  At Buy the Book Cafe in Daegu, Saturday June 15th – 8pm….

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British & Australian English Teachers Required to Submit Birth Certificate

As of the Fall 2013 hiring session EPIK requires all British and Australian applicants to submit a notarized copy of…

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Ethnically Korean English Teachers – Double Checking Dual Citizenship Status

Some ethnically Korean westerners unknowingly have dual Korean citizenship.   Most Korean adoptees automatically have dual citizenship if they were born…

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Timelapse video of South Korean Cities

I’ve always enjoyed watching timelapse videos on youtube, they’re a great way to see how cities and places change over…

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Did you know? Interesting things about South Korea

1. Shoes must be removed – Forgetting to remove your shoes in someone’s home is a big ‘no-no’ in Korea. …

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Check out the Boseong Green Tea Plantation Light Festival!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7R7uTZPrCM Where?  Boseong-gun in Jeollanam Province When?  Festival ends on January 27th 2013 How much?  Free admission between 6pm and…

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