Teaching English in Seoul (Part 4)

So I had secured a job. One at a school with a really good reputation and 6 other foreign teachers. This would allow me to speak to actual peers, not just children all week. I needed to figure out a way to tell Abraham that I was quitting my job. I couldn’t just tell him […]

Teaching English in Seoul (Part 3)

As quickly as my teaching career began, it was over. I hated it. Don’t get me wrong, it’s dead easy. But children are a nightmare. On my first day at school, I had no clue what to expect. And of course, I didn’t ask. I was just shown into a classroom and told that this […]

Teaching English in Seoul (Part 2)

So now started the visa process. Although it was simple, it was still a lot of effort. You basically mailed off some documents (passport, university diploma, photos, etc) off to god knows where and then you have to have an interview at the nearest Korean embassy. From there, you’re off to Seoul. My nearest embassy […]

Teaching English in Seoul (Part 1)

Why did I decide to move to Seoul, South Korea at 23 with no experience of anywhere outside America? Not a fucking clue.