In Busan: Cherry Blossoms

Cherry Blossom season this year was pretty short because it rained the week after the flowers had blossomed, so we only got about less than three weeks to appreciate everything. Because of corona, the widely popular Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival was cancelled. Many other cherry blossom festivals around Korea were cancelled as well. Of course,…

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In Busan: Songdo Beach

There are five main beaches in Busan (Haeundae, Songjeong, Songdo, Dadaepo and Gwangalli) and before December, I had visited 4 of them. Songdo Beach had been on my list for awhile but for some reason I never went. Although beaches are really the same anywhere you go, I really wanted to take the cable car…

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A Day in Changwon

Given that the Coronavirus has taken hold of everywhere in the world more strongly than first thought, so many people are confined to their homes. In Korea, we were never under a lockdown notice. However, as mentioned in my last post “Solo Trip to Gangneung” I’m a teacher and since it’s advised public officials don’t…

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Solo Trip to Gangneung

Right now, the corona virus is restricting a good amount of people to their homes and their cities. You can travel if you want to, but as a teacher, it’s recommended that you don’t, since we work with kids. I do hope the virus does calm down a bit and less people get sick. If…

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One Month Later

Yes, yes, a whole month and I’m back to my blog. I’ve been trying to figure out what to write. I kind of wrote something about my first few days in Busan, but it got so long because so much happened and then I forgot to keep writing, because even more was happening and it…

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How Much Does It Cost to Apply for EPIK?

Good morning, good afternoon and good evening to anyone who stumbles upon this post! In a few days, I will be on a plane to South Korea to start my life as an English Teacher. You might have already read my nerve filled post. I sent in my application around the second week of August…

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