Mandu and kimchi. Dinner of champions. Today was the day that I decided to finally go to the Korean market to get groceries, and I only left with a few things. No short-grain rice. I don’t know why I didn’t get any. But eating Korean food reminds me of the feeling I had at reinvention … Continue reading Two Years in Korea: Eight Years Later
Saturn Transits in Sagittarius, or Why I Haven’t Updated This Blog in a Few Months
Saturn is the silver linings planet, and I will always be kinder to Saturn in that sense, because I have a lot of Saturn influence in my chart. Not such a bad thing, though. People who don’t have a lot of Saturn influence in their charts tend to just coast through life unto death, meaning … Continue reading Saturn Transits in Sagittarius, or Why I Haven’t Updated This Blog in a Few Months
Reasons You May Actually Want to Teach in Korea (That You May Not Have Previously Considered)
1. You're bankrupt. Not morally bankrupt, but financially. Unlike American employers, South Korea doesn't have any interest in your credit score or financial history. Whereas you may get turned down here for a managerial position if you have bad credit, no one cares in Korea. If you can do seven years overseas, you will have … Continue reading Reasons You May Actually Want to Teach in Korea (That You May Not Have Previously Considered)
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