Simon and Martina responded to questions about their opinion regarding Japan vs Korea. Since I’ve lived in both countries as well, I wanted to chime in.
After teaching overseas in Korea and Japan for so long, I realize that the act of being overseas actually helps my employability a lot!
I found myself at a crossroads, and I’m unsure what to do about it. So what do I do? Write it out.
When all else fails, going back to college is totally an option, right? Right?
Every city seems to have their own version of street food. I want to know about your city’s street food, food trucks, and food on the go!
Randomly hearing Arirang on a bassoon was not what I expected from the TTC Musicians. But man, did it hit home.
Remembering the Tohoku Earthquake three years later, and how they still need our help. Please let the 3rd anniversary remind you of how you can still help.
In which I very awkwardly talk about how I’m going back to Canada after three years in Korea and the thought terrifies me.
Not getting a pack of advertising tissues can completely ruin your day. Or, it can make you smile. Depends where you are.
After almost three years in Korea, Rebecca talks about her experiences with Korea, religion, and cults.
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