Skip to Content

Korea

Lessons For The Teacher- What We Learnt To Expect When Teaching In Korea

7170_10200825676917167_334593804_n

We came to Korea to be teachers, to help children to learn. Turns out that working as an English teacher in Korea has taught us a lot of things too: lessons in leading, discipline, understanding and eternal patience (ok, still working on that last one…). And, we’ve learnt that school in Korea is completely different than in England; would you ask about a teacher’s relationship status in the UK? Most probably not. In Korea? It’s one of the first questions you’re asked (and repeatedly asked again, and again, and again).


Zen Kimchi’s Ultimate Korean BBQ Experience


I Love Seoul, I Like Temple: Temple Stay Diary

TEMPLE-STAY_Page_1

Watch Our Video about our Temple Experience Here:

TEMPLE-STAY_Page_2


Don’t Be THAT Guy

Blog Post Image – 600 x 500

So the amazing 5 Day Deal is almost over and there is just a few more hours to get in on this deal. Actually by the time that I finish this post there will probably be only an hour left. It finishes at 1 am here in Korea or 12 pm EST for the western world. That means that your time is running to get your hands on one of the most amazing bundles of photography resources that you can buy.


If You Can’t Say Something Nice…

digi10ve.com
digi10ve.com

Social media is everywhere- Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pintrest, Tumblr, the list goes on. And what does social media do? It gives people a voice, a space in which they can express their views to hundreds, thousands, maybe even millions of people at the click of a button. Of course there are advantages to this: never has communication been easier, people connecting all over the world, talking and sharing opinions; the possibilities are endless. But, the one overwhelming negative of social media?


Korean Beauty Standards: Another Pressure Point

dailymail.co.uk
blog.asiatown.net

Working in a middle school full of adolescent girls is like being transported back in time to a teenage world of worries, insecurities, and an ever-present wish to change pretty much everything about yourself- hair, skin, body- in fact, if you look for it, you can pretty much find fault with anything, and that’s exactly what teenagers do.


RTBC Day Seven: My Co-Teacher

Reflective Teacher Blog Challenge – Day Seven: Who is your most inspirational colleague? Why?

Me and my co-teacher!

Me and my co-teacher!


In Ulsan (Cups Song – South KoREMIX)

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you: my most advanced first year high school students singing a revised version of the Cup Song from Pitch Perfect! Enjoy!


5DayDeal Photography Bundle Awesomeness!

Blog Post Image – 600 x 500

Few photography packages are anywhere near as good the the 5DayDeal’s Photography Bundle II. If you remember back in January they had a deal and it raised over $45,000 dollars for charity! Now they have set out to raise $100,000! While they are well on their way, I am sure that they could use a bit of help and I am sure that you could use some awesome stuff. Not to mention be entered to win $3000 worth of premium stuff like a complete edition from Topaz and a premium membership to Lynda Online Training.


Bulgogi, Bibimbap And One Brilliant Cooking Class

10155466_10152532001304305_2191079580616533535_n

If you’ve read my blog before you’ll know all about my love of food, especially my new-found love of Korean food. So imagine my excitement when I found, quite by accident, cooking classes for foreigners in Seoul. I immediately booked a class, excited not only for the experience, but also so that I could start to recreate my favourite meals at home. After all, I will at some point go back to England, and if I don’t know how to make Bibimbap by then it will be a disaster.


Syndicate content

Koreabridge
Facebook Group


Features @koreabridge
Blogs   @koreablogs
Job Ads  @koreabridgejobs
Classifieds @kb_classifieds

Koreabridge Google+ Community