Top 10 ESL Activities for all Levels is what you need if you teach a wide variety of students from beginner to advanced. All of these activities can be adapted to make them very easy, or quite difficult.
If you have the opportunity to vacation in Seoul in the near future, you should jump on it! Seoul is an amazing city full of culture, art, some of the best food you’ll ever eat, and TONS of shopping. Shopping in a new city is always fun and exciting because you can pick up unique pieces that reflect the taste and style of an area, and your purchases will always remind you of the vacation you took and the memories you made there.
Seoul’s a big city, so use this article to help you decide which shopping districts to check out and which to pass up. Be sure to tell us all about your favorite Seoul shopping areas in the comments below!
Anyone with a passing knowledge of the coffee culture in South Korea knows that competition is cutthroat. There are just too many places around for half-assery to take place. Anyone also will know that places come and go, sometimes in less than a few months. So, if the coffee isn’t great, at least the atmosphere better be. Because, as many might also know, coffee shops aren’t just about the coffee (or the Caramel Macchiato, or whatever your poison), it’s about the experience.
The following are an assortment of cafes located in the Jeonpo Cafe Street area, near Seomyeon in Busan, Korea’s second largest city, located along the coast in the southeast. As I live nearby, it’s an area myself and the better half often frequent. We’ll return to some of these places in more detailed future posts.
120. Simile. I wonder what this coffee shop is like?
For all the dog owners and dog lovers residing in Korea, it’s really good to know how to say ‘dog’ in Korean. You might want to use it to describe your current or previous pets, or to exclaim your love for the furry little friends of ours. In this lesson, you will learn how to say ‘dog’ in Korean.
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Braving the mosquitos right before sunset, we went on a quick hike up Parysong Mountain (팔룡산) in Masan to see the free-standing stone pagodas. Yi Samyong started building these pagodas in 1993, stone by stone, as a symbol of hope for Korean reunification. His goal is to ultimately build 1,000 pagodas.