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Registration for April 30th Meeting Open!!

Phew, where did that month go?! It’s already the very end of April and that means our monthly tasting meeting is happening this Saturday the 30th! For this meeting we […]

Work with busanfood.com

busanfood.com is committed to providing reliable, impartial information for the wide variety of restaurants available in our fair city. Since I started the site in early 2016, it has rapidly gained a large following, and I currently get over 500 visits within 24 hours of posting a new restaurant review. The majority of which come from the local Busan community. There are several ways you can connect with busanfood.com:

Sponsored Post –If you are the owner of a restaurant, old or new, and would like some exposure in the community, you can sponsor me to visit and publish a review. I will only publish reviews from sponsored restaurants I truly stand behind, to maintain the integrity of the site.

Articles – If you are involved with any local publication, I would be interested in working with you to help expand and promote the local culinary scene in Busan

If interested in the above, please contact me on: josephgreenwood1@hotmail.co.uk


Dal Thai

Thai cuisine is amazing. Everyone knows that. The spicy yet refreshing blend of spices, the creamy flavor of coconut milk, and the fresh pop of flash fried vegetables add up to make an enchanting mix. When done right…. and it isn’t easy to do right. So it was myself and three friends headed up the hill towards Dalmaji, with a heady mixture of excitement and trepidation.


Top 10 ESL Review Activities and Games


The One Tuna Restaurant

IKEA Food

Gwangmyeong, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea — At long last, I’ve stepped foot in the iconic furniture retail shop called IKEA. There’s only a small area of Ikea inside a mall back in my hometown. Danny and I didn’t have a list of whatsoever furniture we need (or we think we need) because there’s not much space… Continue reading IKEA Food

Ipari (이파리)

Name: Ipari (이파리)

Location: Hongdae/Yeonhuidong


How to Teach English, the Awesome Way

So you Want to be Awesome? So you want to know how to teach English, the awesome way? I have some good news for you. It’s really not that difficult and actually, teaching English isn’t like rocket-science. While some people may tell you that you need all these qualifications or whatever, in reality, someone with

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How to Make your ESL Classes Awesome

Make your ESL Classes Awesome

I’m sure everyone reading this wants to make their ESL classes as awesome as possible. Any teacher would and even those who are abroad for just one or two years still want to have great classes and help their students learn English. But teaching isn’t an easy thing to do and it’s often the case that foreign English teachers walk into the classroom at their first job with absolutely no training whatsoever.

Help is here! If you want to make your ESL classes as awesome as possible, keep reading for my top 10 tips.

How to Teach English-Jeremy Harmer


September 12th Meeting Registration Now Open!!

Roll up, Roll up ~ Another 3 weeks has passed since we last met up with some of our lovely makgeolli loving friends, to eat, drink and banter, and it […]

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