Typhoon Preparedness in Korea

Worried about the typhoons that come through South Korea? Learn more about Typhoon preparedness in Korea and how international residents might want to prepare. Listen to the BlogCast Don’t want to read? Listen to the South of Seoul BlogCast which provides accessible content through the use of AI technology. We don’t have time to read each article … Read more

Hobbies for Making Friends in Korea

Recently we posted Tips for Making Friends in Korea and we mentioned embracing your hobbies. Of course, that’s easier said than done. You’ve moved to a new country and language limitations may make accessing your hobby difficult. I want to help make it easier by connecting you with groups in Korea where you can search … Read more

Tips for Making Friends in Korea

Have you recently moved to Korea for work or school and are you looking to build your community? Here are some of my personal tips for making friends in South Korea. Hold onto your hats because this isn’t short but it may be helpful. Listen to the BlogCast Don’t want to read? Listen to the … Read more

Income Comparison Foreign ESL Teachers in Korea v US Public School Teachers

Would you like to see an income comparison foreign ESL teachers in Korea v US public school teachers? Let’s dig into how the money may shake out after basic expenses. We will look at the entry-level income v. expenses. Comparison of Salary and Expenses To understand the difference in income between entry-level teachers in the … Read more

How to Appreciate Korean Seasons

Wondering what to expect during Korea’s four seasons? Let’s take a look at what a year looks like living in Korea. Discover tips for how to appreciate Korean seasons for their own unique style. Korea’s ‘Four Seasons’ is Part of Small Talk Korean culture puts great importance on the 4 seasons. While living in South … Read more

Intro to the Educator Virtual Welcome Packet

South of Seoul volunteers would like to welcome you to South Korea by introducing the Educator Virtual Welcome Packet. Deciding to move to Korea to become an educator may bring both a mix of joy, excitement, fear, and sadness. Many of our volunteers moved to South Korea as educators and relate to the many unique implications … Read more