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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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4 Ways to Be “On Point”

I’ve got my work Visa and I’ll dedicate a post to it on Wednesday (because it’s so important, duh) but for now I think it’s time we talk about what happened on Thursday. It’s 2015 people, and you know what … Continue reading

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Teach in Korea – Papers, Please.

For this week’s blog post I’m going to talk about all of the paperwork you will need to prepare if you want to teach English in Korea. Not only that, but I hope to impress the obvious lesson of keeping your … Continue reading

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