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Photos Matter!

Nice try cropping out that bar background in your resume photo. If anyone has had the pleasure of sifting through potential sub teachers, you know what I mean. Here in the Plastic Surgery Capital of the World, looks matter.  Do yourself (and your career) by taking some shots with a professional photographer. 

Moving on the from the Land of the Morning Calm? This means you, too! Your entrepreneurial venture will likely need an "About Me" section. Get photos done now so you can check it off your list and dive head first into the real work of building your next chapter!

Special pricing for sessions done 3/1-3/14. That means book now so you have time to visit the stylist and shed those last two pounds! 

Holi Hai 2014, Indian Festival of Colors @ Haeundae

Holi - the festival of colors - is undoubtedly the most fun-filled and boisterous of Indian festival. It's an occasion that brings in unadulterated joy and mirth, fun and play, music and dance, and, of course, lots of bright colors!

Lets Play Holi with your friends !

Please register at to participate in Holi 2014 Event.

Join Holi Hai Facebook event page for reguler updates

Wishing you all a very happy Holi in advance.


Team, Indians in Korea

Survey of foreign nationals concerns about life in Korea.

To all the Xpats and Teachers or to any foreigner living in Korea. If you could take this survey for me it would help out a lot. I need some data for a special broadcast and need to know a few things about the community of foreigners In Korea. It will take less than 3 minutes. PROMISE! Would appreciate the help! Thanks.

Make New Friends with ICEA

Make new friends with ICEA 13


Come out this Saturday (2/22) to KSU at 3pm and make new Korean friends.

ICEA is a six month long organization that pairs 24 Koreans with 24 foreigners. Come out and meet your Korean buddy. Hangout while doing fun cultural events such as: cheering at a Lotte Giants game, taking a tour around Nampo-dong, and getting to know each other at an overnight stay on Sungjung Beach with fun games and drinks.

If you like meeting new people, trying new things or partying then ICEA is for you!

If you are interested contact Wooji at for more information

English to Korea Translators Needed

I have a project that requires some English-to-Korea translations. This is not full text translating, but simple vocabulary translating. The content ranges from everyday words to quite specific scientific/topic specific words. Therefore, I am looking for people who have backgrounds in the following areas:

1. Physical Science (physics, chemistry, etc.)

2. Life Science (biology, environmental science, medicine, etc.)

3. Social Science (sociology, anthropology, psychology, etc.)

4. Art/Humanities

In total, there will be 5400 words (1350 of each of the four categories listed above) that will need to be translated over the course of about a year.

Ideally, I'd like to have 4 separate people working on this project, one for each area of expertise. But this is not a solid requirement. Maybe someone out there has the ability to translate for all four backgrounds.

TOPIK Intructor needed

Hi. I am looking for a native Korean speaker that has experience in teaching Korean to non-native speakers. I am spesifically looking for person who can coach and guide me through the TOPIK process (Test Of Proficiency In Korean). I would like to attempt Level 1 and 2 (beginner) as soon a s possible.

Please contact me if you are interested, and we can discuss details from there.


2014 Korean Course at Pukyong National Univ.(3 times a week course)

2014 Korean Language Program for Foreign Nationals Residing in Korea


Regular Korean Courses (RKC)-Morning Classes

  • A 10-week and 60-hour session


  1. Schedule for RKC
  • Spring : March 3(Mon.), 2014 ~ May 12(Mon.), 2014
  • Summer : June 2(Mon.), 2014 ~ August 11(Mon.), 2014
  • Fall : September 1(Mon.), 2014 ~ November 12(Wed.), 2014
  • Winter : December 1(Mon.), 2014 ~ February 6(Fri.), 2015


why korean online transactions has so many passwords?

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..

I wish it was easier..It is similar for business..If you own a limited company you are forced to issue electronic tax invoices passing through a lot of program installs and passwords..I mean for God's Sake why can't they make things simpler and life easier...

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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