Korea places great importance on education, and sometimes the lame ducks are left behind.
The first family gathering in over a year, and what a wonderful setting.
It took a while to adapt, now I can focus on what really matters. Second year in Korea, bring it on!
Keeping up appearances in a tropical country won’t be easy, pity we can’t break out the flip-flops!
Simple social interactions can be quite a challenge in Korea…
In the blazing hot sun, sometimes morals and manners get thrown to the wind.
On arrival, I was granted a grace period of 10 days to fly solo in my classroom and prep for the biggest challenge of my working life.
However, in Korea, you should expect the unexpected…
The English Program in Korea really is a lottery. You never can be sure what luck that winning ticket will bring.
Travel can challenge us many ways, sometimes we encounter things we never expect.
Sometimes the best plans are those that aren’t planned so well, just roll the dice and see where you end up!
The English Program In Korea advise applicants to get the ball rolling early, but some of us like to push our luck. Question is, how late is too late?
The longer you spend on the road, the harder it can be to settle, even in a place that should feel like home. The end of one adventure can often breathe life into the next…