We swagger in black, congregate, and lament over noodles coated in a syrupy black sauce that is obviously meant to resemble the inner workings of the single person’s heart. Because why else would you be single unless your heart pumps tar?Read More What It’s Like Being Single In Korea
A COMPARISON BETWEEN TEACHING IN KOREA VS JAPAN: PROS AND CONS This review contains sweeping generalizations and swearing up the wazoo. If you’re the sensitive type, best to pass on this one. Also if you don’t give a shit about living and teaching in Korea and Japan than I doubt this will be of interest […]Read More Korea is for Extroverts. Japan is for Introverts.
Stay in Korea long enough and it’s bound to happen – we lose a piece of our heart. But, we don’t really lose it, we gladly loan it to the person we cherish in hopes that we will see them again – no matter how much we know the probabilities of life will […]Read More A Life of Beautiful Goodbyes
Laura Gabrielle, of Goings On in Bucheon, challenges expats in Korea to take more time to listen and learn from each other, instead of being so obsessed with themselves. There’s No I in Expat by Laura Gabrielle I’ve decided to give you a challenge. Now yes, I realize the amount of people […]Read More There’s No ‘I’ in ‘Expat’
While South Korea is not all rainbows and sunshine(thanks in part to the Yellow Dust from China),there are times when a foreigner enjoys his time here. He finishes a long day of teaching, enjoys a hearty helping of Korean Barbecue, looks up at the night sky illuminated by neon flashing lights, turns down an offer for a […]Read More 13 Things I Love About Living in South Korea