5 reasons to go to South Korea

People used to call South Korea a land of morning freshness and calm. Indeed, even today South Korea is rich…

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The Smart Phone Effect – Are Text Messaging Apps Ruining the English Language?

Look at a timeline of every new cultural development and you’ll see roughly the same sentiment expressed time and again:…

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Lost in Translation…. and Soju

It was a cold and windy night in Incheon as I walked down the dark streets close to my apartment….

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Thank Goodness for Snakes and Ladders!

I absolutely love this game and since I’ve started teaching I’ve used Snakes and Ladders to learn dialogue, to practice…

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Gone2Korea Fall Stories Contest

Win a pair of tickets and a 100,000 won in spending money to the Redbull BC One world break dancing…

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8 Great Tips for Teaching English Overseas

Teaching English overseas has a wide array of advantages. To ensure you are truly making a difference, there are some…

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Useful Time-filling Activities in the ESL Classroom

The nature of being an ESL teacher comes with it inherent challenges not associated with teachers of other subjects. The…

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10 Great Reasons for Teaching English Abroad

Teaching English abroad can be an alluring prospect for many people whose first language is English. Though the reasons for…

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Seoul’s Must See Lantern Festival About to Begin

Seoul’s annual Lantern Festival is about to kick things off at Cheonggyecheon Stream. The Lantern Festival is one of Seoul’s…

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A Spunky Way to Add Art to Your English Class!

This week my co-teacher and I had an open class to prepare for. While the entire school (us included), acted…

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