English Mission Camp in Busan: Teachers wanted.

Small Christian Churches in Busan is planning An Eglish Mission Camp(EMC).

In Busan, we have an united assemply of small chruches called Busan Hope Church Assembly(BuHoCA). Compared to big churches, the children of small churches are having less opportunities. Pastors of BuHoCA decided to have their own EMC in Busan.

Teachers who believes in Jesus are wanted.

Pay might be not enough becuase small churches are not rich.

Therefore, teachers of volunteering mind are welcome. 



  • Starting at 1st/Aug.
  • The period will be 2 to 3 weeks.


Jacob H. Kim, professor,

Pusan National University.

Organizer of EMC

Leaving Korea... take over my various part time jobs!

Hey ya'll... I'm leaving Korea in June and I have many part timey gigs to disperse amongst the English speaking community.

I know it's a bit early, but if you are interested, please send me an email. I can tell you everything pays 40-50 per hour.

Specifically, there is a baby class that I teach one day a week. It's at Kindergartens and it's basically playing with kids and singing songs. They need me to lock down a teacher asap. If this sounds like something you'd like, get back at me.

Other gigs are privates/nice paying hagwons.

Onnuri Church Sunday Worship at 1:10 pm

Onnuri Church English Worship Service!!!!

We invite you, this Sunday, to Worship with a faithful group of people at the Onnuri Church.

We love God and believe that Jesus is our Savior. Come and share the blessings and Spiritual Experience of contemporary Worship in English with other foreigners like you.

Onnuri Church is located near Jangsan subway station, the end of the green line, and close to Haeundae Beach which is very famous to the foreigners and tourists.

Worship time is at 1:10 pm. at the auditorium on the main floor across Coffee shop.

You also are welcome to join our on-going Bible Study, starting at 2:30 pm on the 5th floor.

Your week will be better if you choose to join us in Worshipping God.

For more information:


Busan Writer's Group Meeting: May 8


The Busan Writer's Group will be meeting on Sunday, May 8 at 7pm.

All interested writers, contact me for further details. All levels of writing welcome to attend.


About the Busan Writer's Group:

Each week, all writers are given a new theme on which to write a short piece (1-5 pages in length). The themes are very loose and open to interpretation, submitted by the members of the group. These short pieces are then read in the group the following week. Brief feedback is given for each piece. So the focus is on generating new material with some critiquing.

Looking for a Guitarist to Make Songs


I am looking for a guitarist to collaborate on making and recording some songs. I’d like to make/record 7 original songs and 14 cover songs.

I am well versed in a variety of programs, such as Final Cut Pro and Garageband. I have worked on podcasting, filming, editing, and also sound design/scoring for independent film projects. But I never played the guitar. I can do drum, bass, keyboard, and other programming and effects. But I NEED a guitarist for a real guitar sound. I can give your guitar dozens of different effects and sound styles through Garageband and other programs.

I want to meet a fellow music lover who is a guitarist, who wants to have fun MAKING the songs. I am interested in collaborating. So if you have ideas… that’s great. I plan to do the vocals, but if you want to do some vocals, I’m open to some vocal sharing.

Bombay Brau Indian Restaurant is looking for waiters and Manager

Bombay Brau is an Indian Restaurant and Brewery Chain with stores in Seoul, Busan, Geoje, Daegu and Ulsan. 

What knowledge, skills and abilities do I need to have?

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It is really difficult getting anything done online in Korea. First of all you are forced to use Internet Explorer due to the Active-x control Crap. Then you need to install 3-4 different programs.The you need to type in passwords and then certificate password followed by 2 security card passwords..I mean this is totally crazy..So basically to get anything done it takes a whole lot of time and effort..

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Even shopping online is a nightmare with so many different restrctions on card usage and if you shop anything more that 300,000 won you need yet another electronic certificate..Comapre it to buying a domain on godaddy..All you need is your credit card number, expiry and cvc code..



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