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This post is part of my Bucket List Challenge series. I’ll be completing all 15 things on my bucket list over the next year; join me in the adventure during my time as an EPIK teacher in South Korea! Follow my blog with Bloglovin As soon as I felt the breeze in my hair, I knew I …

Today’s post is written for the Reach To Teach, Teach Abroad, Blog Carnival. I’ll be participating in their monthly series focused on providing helpful tips and advice to ESL teachers from all over the world. You can catch it here on the 5th of every month. The host for October is Reach To Teach themselves! …

I‘m all about the food in South Korea, as you can tell from my School Lunch Project ;). (That was a joke)… but after yesterday, I thought I’d give you the highlights on what kind of food is actually delicious. There’s so much to explore and (most of it) will make your taste buds explode …

Trying new food is typically AMAZING; I’m sure all you food lovers out there can relate. When I found out I got accepted to teach English in South Korea, one of the main things I immediately looked forward to was trying Korean food. I’d eat that live octopus and triumph in front of my co-teachers! …

There are 52 weeks, 365 days, and 8 765.81277 hours in a year. As EPIK teachers, that’s all the time we know for certain we have available to see and do all the things we want in South Korea. How do we make the most of it? I decided to make a bucket list of 15 …

We left the restaurant with a little pump in our chests. Earlier in the evening we had set out to find 치맥 (chimaek or chicken & beer), but somehow grew more and more lost along the way. We invaded local’s personal space on the streets of Beomeo Station, searching for anyone who knew even the …