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In 5 weeks Annabel and I will be heading to Seoul via Tokyo. When I think of the trips of my childhood, camping, crazy road trips that involved a barricade of pillows to separate myself from my brother in the back seat and of course Grandpa & Grandma's. They were Norman Rockwell in nature and comforting, never out of our element. This ...
... issue, learning off Korea about attracting the top 5% of top students want to be teachers compared to US bottom 30% of students become teachers.
US sees Korea as an academic superpower but this is from the inside different story. The PISA results for Korea from 2003-09 has actually decreased.
From the inside Korean teachers are not really respected, well treated or paid. Why do top 1% of students want to be teachers? The short answer to this ...
... It was one in the morning on Tuesday and the only other people around were drunk white-collar men in suits, all in groups of three, each trio having one member who was so paralytic that he had to be supported by his two companions, one on each side. I ended up eating one of my favourite dishes, kimchi jjigae (a stew of tofu, pork belly, spring onions and kimchi, Korean cabbage pickled with chilli and garlic), served with a couple of side dishes and ...
... our car several times during the trip. Each walk-through, the conductor turns around, faces the passengers and bows just before leaving our car! A driver meets us at the train station in Seoul and takes us to our hotel. After lunch, another driver picks us up at the hotel and takes us to join up with a half day bus tour of Seoul. Our small tour group consists ...
... 32cm tall ice cream cone. We had dinner at a traditional Bibimbap restaurant, which was perfect for me since Bibimbap has been the cornerstone of my diet this summer. Which seems to not be working out too badly: I weighed myself for the first time since I got to Korea yesterday, and I've lost 7 pounds! I'm not sure how this makes sense seeing as I've been sustaining myself on bibimbap, donuts, coffee, yogurt, and bread that is basically like pastries, but whatever; ...