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... which is open to the public only 2 days a year! Despite the extreme heat the groups completed the tour without problem. The joint meditation was followed by eating cool watermelon slices and a photo session. Nobody argued against the sleeping meditation in the afternoon, haha! The 'I love you so much' game which was meant to bring ...
... just a bit longer- making sure to keep an eye out for each other, and finally made our way back to the pension to shower and change clothes for dinner.
That night there were all kinds of events, and possibly every foreigner living in Korea. (okay, not every one, but pretty close to it!) There were concerts, shows, and food- lots of food! And to end the night, one of the best fire works shows I've ever seen.
The next morning we rolled out of bed around 9am ...
Recently a friend introduced me to a rooftop restaurant downtown with an amazing combo feature that will bring us back for more. Poom Rooftop Restaurant located just beside Feb 28 park downtown not only provides spectacular city views but has an incredible pricing package with more ...
Access to adequate health care is an important concern, especially when working overseas and you are not fluent in the local language. Fortunately in Daegu there are several places catering to foreigners. Keimyung University's Dongsan Medical Centre located by Seumon Market has an International Health Centre to provide a ...
While the following may seem as though I am complaining about my job and life here in Korea, that is not what my intentions are. But I feel that if there's anyone out there who has stumbled upon this with the hopes of learning more about what life teaching English abroad is like, I owe it to them to be honest- because frankly, there was a lot I didn't know when I came here.
Firstly, working as an English teacher in Korea, you have basically two ...