Poll results for May 2011 (how much you make and your purpose in Korea)

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Counting legal and, um, not-so-legal funds – how much do you make a month? (readers in Korea – choose ONE)

2.0 – 2.5 million won (39%, 92 Votes)

2.5 – 3.0 million won (19%, 44 Votes)

3.0 – 4.0 million won (13%, 30 Votes)

5.0 million won or more (12%, 27 Votes)

1.5 – 2.0 million won (7%, 17 Votes)

Less than 1.5 million won (6%, 15 Votes)

4.0 – 5.0 million won (4%, 9 Votes)

Total Voters: 234


About what I would expect from a readership of teachers, professionals, and students. To the 27 of you making 5 million won a month or more – what’s your secret?

If you were to come to Korea, would it be as: (readers outside Korea – choose ONE)

An English teacher (35%, 57 Votes)

A tourist (26%, 43 Votes)

Something else (14%, 23 Votes)

A student (13%, 21 Votes)

A businessperson (or their spouse) (8%, 14 Votes)

A soldier / officer (or their spouse) (4%, 7 Votes)

Total Voters: 165


Pray tell, what would this ‘something else’ be? Musician, dancer, a performer, or something else entirely – if you fell into the ‘something else’ category, what’s your story? Share in the comments!

June’s poll questions are up! If you’re in Korea, answer a question about your future vacation plans. If you’re outside of Korea, answer a question about the most exciting aspect of Korea. Click through to the homepage if you’re reading this in an RSS feed to vote!


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