Find work at a Korean university. Advance your career. See the world! Profs Abroad is the top source of jobs and information for university and college English language (ESL/EFL) faculty. Teaching at a university in Korea can be one of the most rewarding and enjoyable jobs you’ll ever have. It has been for me. […]
Looking to do some good while you’re in Korea? From serving soup in Seoul to rescuing animals in Suncheon, Courtney “Coco” Tait shows us how to give back. Once you’ve explored the local temples, tried all your neighborhood barbecue joints, hiked a nearby mountain or three, disrobed at the spa, and sipped one too many […]
Which Korean festivals are worth going to? Travel blogger Ed Provencher makes it easy for us.
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See Korea’s most “dynamic” city at her best – when the sun goes down.
Teach English writing, speaking, and listening with this simple and fun lesson plan.
Learn the keys to creating the most important part of any ESL lesson: the plan.
As tensions rise between North and South Korea, foreigners question if it’s safe to travel or live in Korea.
Korea How interviews England native Simon Bond, who is currently living in Suncheon, Korea. His work has been featured in galleries and publications around the world. Although he is most well known for his perspective-bending glass ball photographs, the popularity of his Getty Images collection is proof that he has an eye for great travel images as well.
As of January 2011 you can’t get or renew an E2 visa to teach English in Korea without a nation-wide background check. Here is how to get your FBI criminal record check in 5 easy steps.
More than just Asia’s biggest film festival or Haeundae Beach, Busan is a vibrant city with a unique energy and the kind of eclectic mix that only port cities have.