New Challenges

Usually, on this blog, I talk about general life in Korea and Korean culture. However, today, I thought it’d be nice to take something from my personal life and share some things I’m doing personally. Two weeks ago, I went to a radio broadcasting station in my province called Gwangju Foreign Network (GFN). It’s an…

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#019- Diary of a Foreigner

As the winter months drag on, as the nights get longer and the days shorter, as the air gets colder and my bed a little warmer, my lazy tendencies get stronger. The invigorating morning jogs turned into morning snuggles. The diligent morning studies changed to lazy instagram surfing. Motivation has now become a far-off notion…

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#25 – Christmas Difference

Q: How is celebrating Christmas in Korea different from America? #1. One Day Holiday. Even though the longest break in Korea is the winter break, this break doesn’t include the Christmas holiday. For Christmas, the kids get one day off to celebrate with their family and will go to school the following school day. So…

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