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Vlog Entry #10: Imagine Your Korea Video Contest Submission

This is a video I entered in the 2014 Imagine Your Korea video contest! The winners will be announced on December 5th, so I’ll be sure to let you know if anything happens!



The Double Whammy

This past week marked my third full month living in South Korea, and nearly-third full month of teaching middle and high school ESL. Up until now, pretty much all of my blogging efforts have gone toward recounting the many wonderful, new and exciting things that I’ve seen and done. I’ve hiked some killer mountains and stood in awe of glorious views. I’ve biked to the beach and back, soaking up the sun in the Korean countryside. I’ve been to several festivals, gone


Hiking Seor-OW-ksan National Park

Vlog Entry #9: Soaring in Seoraksan

To read more about my hike along Seoraksan National Park’s Dinosaur Ridge, click here!



It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Nope, it’s a waygook!

Vlog Entry #8: Zip Lining in Daegu

To read more about zip lining in Daegu, check out the related post I wrote here!



Vlog Entry #7: Busan International Fireworks Festival


RTBC Day Twelve: Looking Ahead

Reflective Teaching Blog Challenge – Day Twelve: How do you envision your teaching changing over the next 5 years?

At the moment, I have no idea if I’ll still be teaching in Korea five years from now. Heck, I have no idea if I’ll still be teaching in Korea one year from now. But if I do end up staying for awhile, I’d like to experience these changes as an educator:


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