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My Experience with Korea's endless pool of Jeong (정/情)

By Asher Ruth P.

Jeong is a special Korean word with no real English translation. It represents love, kindness, sharing, and so much more. During my time in Korea, I found more Jeong and beautiful moments than I could ever imagine. Here are some of those moments and why Korea offers so much Jeong.

Who Would've Thought I'd be Going to Thailand?

By Hailey B.

If I could tell my high school self that I would be 21, studying abroad in Seoul, South Korea, but traveling to Phuket, Thailand, I would have told me I... keep reading

A Lotte World Tradition

By Hailey B.

A popular activity to do among friends in Seoul is to go to spend a day at Lotte World. My friends and I picked the perfect Spring day to go... keep reading

A Thrilling Day at Lotte World

By Truc H.

A day at Lotte World filled with thrilling roller coasters, nostalgic school uniforms, and unforgettable fun created lasting memories with friends 🎢🏫🎡🎠😄

A Perfect Afternoon with Chimek and Norebang Fun

By Truc H.

Enjoying the perfect afternoon with delicious chimek and a fun-filled norebang session with friends.

A Weekend in Seoul: Pajeon and Makgeoli, Gyeongbokgung, Yukhoe

By Truc H.

A delightful weekend adventure in Seoul, featuring indulgent culinary experiences, exploration of historical landmarks, and cherished moments of friendship.

A Weekend in Daegu

By Brooke W.

This weekend I went all the way to Daegu to see the Daegu Hip Hop Festival. So let me tell you a little bit about how it went. So first... keep reading


Enjoying the Bounty of Spring

By CIEE Seoul at CIEE

While Korea has a wide range of foods available all year, spring brings delicious greens and is one of the best seasons to enjoy vegetarian temple cuisine.

Exploring Nami Island, Namsan Tower, and Everland in One Weekend

By Truc H.

A whirlwind weekend journey through the serene beauty of Nami Island, the breathtaking heights of Namsan Tower, and the thrilling excitement of Everland in South Korea 🏝️🫧𓇼𓏲*ੈ✩‧₊˚🎐


"Running as a lifestyle", Andrea Adam Moore, CIEE Center Director

By CIEE Berlin at CIEE

Andrea Adam Moore is the Director of the CIEE Center in Berlin. She is one of the real "berliners" of the team, but also very connected to USA, after living... keep reading


Connections and Engagements of CIEE Tallinn

By CIEE Tallinn at CIEE

One of the key advantages of our programs is the strong network of connections we have established with prominent institutions and communities in Estonia. Our partnerships extend to esteemed organizations... keep reading

So it’s the Weekend and You’re Bored in Seoul

By Brooke W.

For starters you will never be bored in Seoul. I visited more places, tried more food, and explored more in the first week I was abroad than I ever have... keep reading


Relaxing in Glasgow

By CIEE Glasgow at CIEE

In Glasgow, the pursuit of tranquility, a quality cup of tea, or the perfect spot to catch up with friends isn't just a pastime; it's a part of the city's... keep reading


Alyssiah Green: "I was the first one in my family to get a passport, and after this experience, I will always encourage people to find the opportunity to go abroad"

By CIEE Berlin at CIEE

Even though a few months have passed since the Alyssiah, student from J-Term studiend in Berlin, we wanted to share part of her experience with you all! Alyssiah Green is... keep reading

Best Cafes in Sinchon

By Brooke W.

Going to a nice cafe after a meal or classes is one of the most fun things to do in South Korea. With so many unique themes and designs, exploring... keep reading