Jeonju city -ASAP

 We are looking for a native teacher for ASAP start, here's the details:

  .Location-Jeonju city

  .Working hours: 9-6(M~F)


  .11days holiday

   .1year bonus

   .Half pay health insurance and pension

   .Housing provided

   If you interested in this good job offer, please send your CV with photo by email: 

     email address: [email protected]

     Contact information: David Han/Director of Jobpost , Celllphone: 010-4009-3927


    Thank you,

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KOTESOL National Conference, With Jack Richards in Jeonju


Saturday, May 25, 2019 - 09:00

Motiva(c)tion: Sparking Learner Motivation in our Evolving Context

KOTESOL's 2019 National Conference

Featuring Jack C. Richards (author of Interchange and Four Corners)

May 25th (Saturday)
Jeonju University, Jeonju, North Jeolla Province


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Buddhist talk 'Living without Stress'


Thursday, October 2, 2014 - 19:30

'Living without Stress' Dharma talk with Western Buddhist monk Gen-la Khyenrab

Through understanding our own mind we can live lightly and flexibly even in the middle of these busy modern times. Wisdom and meditation are the essence of a happy life.


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Buddhist talk and meditation class


Repeats every 7 days until Thu Dec 18 2014.
Thursday, August 21, 2014 - 19:30

Dharma talk and meditation class every Thursday night in Jeonju @ 19:30.

Title of lecture series: ‘Introduction to Meditation and Buddhism'

Speaker: Senior student of great Buddhist master Ven. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

Language: English with simultaneous Korean translation

Where: Brown Town coffee shop (see map & pictures).

Address: Brown Town 전주시 덕진구 벚꽃로 54번지 (전북도민일보 빌딩 1층) Opposite of Deokjin District Office

When: Every Thursday night @ 19:30


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Jong-ga Dining at Jeonju's Hakindang House

It's rare, if not impossible, that you will find yourself having a bad Korean meal in Korea.  It just doesn't happen.  But every so often, usually when it's least expected, you will experience culinary nirvana.  It will be a meal that proves to be unique from any other you've had in the past, one that changes you, one that finds you awake the following morning wondering if it was all just a dream.

It might be a plate of steaming mandu made with fresh kimchi at a street stall on a frigid winter day. Or a perfectly cooked jeon, served up with a bowl of homemade makgeolli in a back-alley hangout.  It might be consumed alone, with a new lover, or a group of old friends.  The meal might be a new gastronomical concept, unfamiliar and exciting, or may be Grandma's secret recipe, instantly recognizable and comforting.



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