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Old Jul 17, '17, 4:46 am
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Default Tips for living and teaching in South Korea?

I'm leaving the US in two weeks to begin my job as an ESL teacher in Uijeongbu (just north of Seoul). I'm really excited, but also a little nervous, as this is my first post-college job and the first time I'll be living abroad. Has anyone here ever taught there, and do you have any tips for teaching Korean kids and getting acclimated to everyday life? Thanks!
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I have a niece who did that and enjoyed it very much. However, make sure that you secure your apartment because she got burgled while there and lost a lot of her stuff. It happens...
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dont travel to far north.
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