HICS in Yangsan Looking For Full-Time Christian Native Teacher/M-F

Hello, Hanbit International Christian School is looking for one Christian native English teacher. Our school has very family-like environment, and the school's biggest stregnth is that our students are very well-behaved unlike public school or hagwon students. We have relatively smaller classes than public or hagwon as well, so classes are easier to manage. We have an indoor gym, so if you like sports, you will love this place. We are definitely looking for someone who can work with us for a long time.

Yangsan/Northern Busan, English Program Kindergarten, start ASAP

Company: Global Kindergarten 

Location: Yangsan, Mulgeum-eup near the Busan National University Hospital in Yangsan. Easy Drive from Dong Gimhae, Busan Buk-Gu or Geumjeong-Gu. 10 minute walk from Jeungsan Station (Green Line)

Looking for a Teacher for their English Program

9:30am to 5:30pm (Classes 10-12, Lunch 12-1, PM Classes 2:30 - 5:00, some flexibility on arrivial/leaving, some days may be required earlier, later or not at all)

Mon to Fri

Contact: chococandi@naver.com

Phone: 010-6475-0924

Visa/Work/Citizenship Status: Native Country List, F visa, Can Sponsor: E2

Salary: 2.2 mil won, plus housing, pension, healthcare, severance


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Kokiri Farm & Factory Yangsan


Kokiri (which means elephant in Korean) is, in my humble opinion, one of the best bars in Yangsan.

Located in Beomeo, Kokiri has a great selection of locally sourced craft beers and guest ales on tap, as well as a variety of international bottled beers. It’s a great place to unwind on a Friday night or any other night of the week.

Kokiri also serves pretty good pizzas (made fresh on site) and other bar snacks. Spirits and wine are also available if you fancy something different.

A glass of craft beer will set you back between 6000-9000 Won, and, compared to some Korean beers, it’s much more flavourful. Pizzas are priced between 12,000-15000 Won. (All prices correct at time of writing)

More info, opening times and directions, can be found here.

장백산 (Jang Baeg San) Yangsan

lamb장백산, which translates as Changbai Mountain, is a lamb barbecue restaurant located in Beomeo. The owner, who told me that his name was Joey, serves lamb imported from Australia and New Zealand, and it’s really good.

Ten lamb skewers cost W10,000 and for 3 steaks, W25,000. There are other items on the menu too, which is in Chinese and Korean, but Joey speaks English and is always happy to help. This restaurant also serves Chinese beers (Tsingtao and Harbin), as it’s a Chinese restaurant (though Joey tells me that the barbecue is Korean style).

스시야마 (Sushi Yama) Yangsan


Back home I’d eye with suspicion any eating establishment that’s located in a bus station. However, Yangsan Intercity bus terminal is home to both a Starbucks coffee shop and a sushi restaurant. 스시야마 is a conveyor belt sushi restaurant, so you sit at the bar and help yourself to whatever you like, then pay by plate at the end. At the time of writing a plate costs W1950 with salad and soup as service. The bar system makes it a good place for solo dining and there are tables too, should there not be enough space at the bar.

Gio’s (Yangsan)


There are so many bakeries here that it can be hard to know which ones to try though I would say that Gio’s is one of the good ones in Yangsan. They have a great selection of cakes and pastries and plenty of free samples, so you can try before you buy. Pain au chocolat, great chocolate cake and the carrot cake are just some of the reasons I make the trip to Gio’s in Beomeo.

Directions: This restaurant is located in 범어 (Beomeo), which is a 15-20 minute walk over the bridge from Yangsan E-Mart. A taxi costs around 3000, just say to the driver, “Beomeo Dunkin Donut-uh.” Gio’s is across the road from Dunkin Donuts.

Cafe Tospia

Cafe Tospia

This little cafe in Beomeo has a good selection of toasted sandwiches or “press sandwich.” I prefer the sandwiches here to somewhere like ‘Isaac Toast’ as you there’s no hidden extras like pickles or sauce, for example. Ham and cheese is ham and cheese with no suprises.

CAFE da.gam Yangsan


Fantastic Panini. Would be one reason to visit this excellent coffee shop in Jungbu-Dong though the coffee is pretty good too. Da.Gan is run by sisters (not nuns), one of whom studied culinary arts in Canada (she’s the one who makes the food).

You can get a Panini & coffee set for W8,500 and they do other food too (see menu images below), including a breakfast/brunch that I’ve yet to try. Coffee beans can also be purchased, a blend of Colombian, Guatemalan and Brazilian beans,

The interior is very modern and there’s a relaxing atmosphere, which makes it a great place to relax on an afternoon.

WA BAR Yangsan


WA Bars are a common sight in Korean towns and cities. They sell a selection of world beers, spirits and (maybe overpriced) food. Plus you can play darts on the electronic darts machines.

There are 2 WA Bars in Yangsan, one in Shindoshi and the other in Beomo.

Directions (Beomo): Facing Dunkin Donuts you want to take the street to your left. Walk straight and take the 4th street on your right. The bar is on the left hand side of the street There’s also an entrance on the next street, on the right hand side.

Yangsan Beomo2

Directions (Shindoshi):

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