Life Abroad in South Korea: 8 month Update & What’s Next?

8 months abroad! I explain what life has been like in a nutshell. What’s next for me? Click to find out! *skip ahead to 12:00 if you only want to hear about what’s next.


 

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5 thoughts on “Life Abroad in South Korea: 8 month Update & What’s Next?

  1. Congrats on figuring out what you want your next move to be, Kimmy! I’m still in the EPIK application process, so I have trouble imagining what it’s like to be coming to the end of your contract. πŸ™‚ Still, it sounds like you’ve got loads of fun left to have in Korea before you head off to new adventures. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I just wanted to ask how do you teach the students ? Do you teach them in English or Korean ? It must be a little difficult but totally sounds amazing !

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    • I teach my students in only English. I don’t speak Korean. There are Korean co-teachers in the room to help the students, but they want the students to get used to listening and speaking with a native English speaker which is why EPIK (English Program in Korea) hires only native English teachers for their public schools.

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