Teaching English in South Korea is very rewarding

Teaching English in South Korea is very rewarding

I remember my first day in Seoul like it was yesterday: A river of people flowed down the steps from the elevated commuter train station to the bus stop where a lime-green neighborhood minibus waited to take me to my glistening employer-provided apartment.  “They’re...
Why I love to teach English in Korea

Why I love to teach English in Korea

I came to South Korea in the early 1990’s when the country was still in the rigors of its “developing nation” status. ‘English Language Studies’ was just being introduced in the public school sector of Korea’s changing educational system. And there were lots of...
Teach English to Live Abroad

Teach English to Live Abroad

We never talk about this… but if you ask me, it’s about time we did. After all, it’s one of the best ways to get paid to travel. Here’s what I mean… The year after I graduated from college, I retired to the South of France. Ok — officially I was...

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