The Complete Budget Breakdown to Apply for Teaching Jobs in Korea

After putting this together I can’t believe how much money it cost me in the beginning just to apply to be an English teacher in South Korea. I thought it might be helpful for others to see the total breakdown of my budget so that you can try to A) Spend less and, B) allocate the right amount of […]

I Want Much More Than This Provincial Life, So I Decided to Travel

I may not have grown up in a small or rural town, but the sentiment stands true… I want more than what I’ve been conditioned for through higher education, years of perfecting my resume, and jobs I couldn’t wait to quit. Forgive me right here and right now, because it was due to a list […]

Frequently Asked Questions About Teaching English in South Korea

So you think you want to be an English teacher in Korea, but you still have a lot of questions and no one to answer them? Living abroad can be extremely rewarding, but the process to get there is uncertain and full of surprises. Since I’ve been getting a lot of questions about this subject, I […]

Taking on the Korean Noraebang and The Worlds Most Awkward Serenade

I’ve adopted a new hobby since moving to Korea. It involves a microphone, disco lights, leathers seats, and lots of soju. Plus, it often comes equipped with Alanis Morissette, The Beatles, and plenty of 90’s nostalgia; what more could you want? In Korea it’s nothing new, but I’m very happy (read, ecstatic) that we’ve found […]