Category Archives: Korea

State of the Blog 2015

Good day and thank you to all my fellow blog readers. Today marks the one year anniversary of this blog, and as such I would like to take the time to review where this blog has been, where it’s at … Continue reading

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Why I Left Korea

Even though I did a pretty thorough job of explaining why I had to flee the Sanbon Feinschule last post, that didn’t mean I had to leave the nation of South Korea. My Hagwon was a pathetic excuse for a school, … Continue reading

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Why I Left My Hagwon

Last time I wrote about the complete and total lack of training that awaited me when I arrived at my Hagwon (private English academy) in Korea. When I wrote that post I was frustrated, pissed off, and downright EMBARRASSED at … Continue reading

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Teach in Korea – Training Week

Not just anyone can teach small children. If you think you can walk into a classroom with no prior experience and get the kids to sit still, listen, and (above all) learn without any training, you’re creating a recipe for … Continue reading

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Teach in Korea – The Flight

I’m a geography buff. One of my favorite things to do is go on google maps or an app that uses a map and look at how mankind has divided planet Earth. I can label all fifty states of America … Continue reading

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