Teach English Abroad Blog
- Tips & Advice
If someone were to ask you to name one city located in South Korea, perhaps the first cities to cross your mind are " Seoul/서울" and " Busan/ 부산." These are the foreigner-friendly hotspots. They have excellent nightlife, shops, and fun activities to do. This was me before I was placed in the beautiful city of Yeosu (여 수) to begin my teaching abroad journey. As someone who started with limited knowledge of Korea, I didn't know what to expect from a city I never heard of. I want to introduce this underrated city I have called home for 6 months, which now holds a special place in my heart.
Remember feeling nervous about your interview with EPIK and that nervousness you felt waiting on the results. Not to mention waiting weeks and weeks to see where your journey would start in South Korea. Now, you finally have your placement to begin your journey as a native English teacher in South Korea, but what now? Can you purchase your plane ticket to South Korea now? Sorry, not quite yet. Before looking up the cheapest flight, you must complete a few things.
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