Gwangju

#60302-1(E),(K) Gwangju Position/ 01:00am ~ 09:10pm or 09:00am ~ 06:00pm

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Mudeung Mountain in Gwangju

The park entrance is within the city limits and is just a 20 minute bus ride from downtown. Whether you hike the entire mountain or just see the sights around the Mudeung Village, its a great spot to check out in the fall.

Website: http://compasskorea.com/mudeungsanfront/


Secluded Beaches of Jeolla

The South Jeolla province has got tons of hidden beaches, and these are our favorites.

Find out more on the website: http://compasskorea.com/secluded-beaches-jeollnam-do/

Enjoy.

-Chris Morin and Will Harris


The South Jeolla Province

A highlight of the beautiful and remote Jeollanam-do province. Enjoy.

Check out the website at: http://compasskorea.com

-Chris Morin and Will Harris


5.18 Gwangju Uprising: 36th Anniversary Historical Trip to Gwangju

Date: 
Sunday, May 22, 2016 - 09:00

This is the 36th Anniversary of the Gwangju Uprising - a watershed moment in Korea’s democratic movement that still inspires people today. By supporting the Korean military government’s suppression of the protests, the U.S. showed a higher regard for economic interests than the democratic aims of defending peace and the Korean people. The International Strategy Center invites you to this historical trip to Gwangju to learn the history of the Gwangju Uprising and reflect on its meaning for democracy and peace. Please contact us if you are interested.

 


Gwangju Universiade

Date: 
Friday, July 3, 2015 - 10:30

 
DATE: Friday 03 - Tuesday 14 July 2015


TIME: Click on Interpark Global links for schedule of each event


How can I find work in Gwangju?

When I lived in Busan, websites like this one were a great resource for finding English teaching work. However, after moving to Gwangju, the natives don't seem to use any that I could find. The only job offers I find for Gwangju on this or similar websites are vague messages from recruiters with every city in the country listed.

How do Korean managers of English schools find foreign teachers if not using websites like Koreabridge or ESLdave? Do they find western people exclusively through recruiters?

There is a Gwangju only website called "Sarangbang.com" that has lots of jobs listings in Korean for non-foreigner jobs written in Korean.
Does anyone know of any website or newspaper or magazine that I could find jobs specifically looking for foreign teachers in Gwangju?


Friends Like These

Friends Like These

I love the part that friendship and camaraderie plays in Korean society, even well into old-age. This particular band of merry men were sat enjoying the crisp fall weather in Gwangju's Pureungil Park. 

Buddhist weekend course in Gwangju with Gen-la Khyenrab

Date: 
Saturday, October 4, 2014 - 10:00

=== SPECIAL EVENT == Buddhist workshop in GWANGJU ==

Weekend course (includes teachings & meditations) with senior Western Buddhist monk Gen-la Khyenrab on the famous text ‘Advice from Atisha’s Heart’.

This workshop will teach us how to integrate Buddha’s timeless teachings into our busy modern lives and how to find peace and happiness through meditation.

The teachings are very practical and open to everyone.

Gen-la Khyenrab is a senior Western Buddhist monk of the New Kadampa Tradition who has studied and practised under the guidance of the great Buddhist master Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for over 30 years. Gen-la Khyenrab is well-loved for his pure and powerful example of humility and loving-kindness.

Language: English with simultaneous Korean translation
Where: Jain Hall of Jeungsim Temple (증심사 자인당)


Dharma talk 'Living without Stress'

Date: 
Friday, October 3, 2014 - 19:30

'Living without Stress' Dharma talk with Western Buddhist monk Gen-la Khyenrab

Through understanding our own mind we can live lightly and flexibly even in the middle of these busy modern times. Wisdom and meditation are the essence of a happy life.

Speaker: Gen-la Khyenrab is a Western Buddhist monk of the New Kadampa Tradition who has studied and practised under the guidance of the great Buddhist master Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for over 30 years. Gen-la Khyenrab is well-loved for his pure and powerful example of humility and loving-kindness.

Language: English with simultaneous Korean translation

Where: Temple in central Gwangju

Address: Fulll address will be provided on registration

When: Friday, 3 October @ 19:30


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