Living in Andong

Andong is known as the “Capital City of Korean Spiritual Culture,” but tell a Korean friend that you’ll be living there and they’re likely response will be something like “small town, so country!” Size is relative, though, in Korea Andong is considered to be a small town, but with a population nearing 200,000 not everyone

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Living in Changwon: The Three Cities

This guest post is by Scott Scott McFarlane, an EFL teacher living in Changwon and the founder of The Changwoner. I’ve been living in Changwon for the past 15 years. I’ve lived in Jinhae for a year, Changwon City for 8 years, and the rest in Masan. With the combination of the three cities, forming the new and one

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Destination Busan: an EFL teacher’s perspective

This opinion piece is by Gareth Williams. Gareth, an avid blogger, cyclist, and traveller, spent four years working as an EFL teacher in Busan before moving on to teach in Spain. Here he shares with us an original perspective on the beauty of Busan.

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Living in the Korean Countryside as an ESL Teacher

This opinion piece is by Adam Dean Foy. Adam, originally from England, has spent the last 4 years living and teaching in the small town of Miryang, Gyeongsangnam-do. Here he shares with us a little insight into life as an expat in rural Korea.

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