Top Things to Do in Jeju

If you really want to fall in love with Korea, I highly recommend you dedicate part of your trip to visiting Jeju Island. It’s considered one of the New7Wonders of Nature, and it’s absolutely beautiful. Now, I’ve heard of many expats visiting and only really staying in Jeju City, which is a huge mistake. The real beauty

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Quick Guide to Jeju

I feel like every expat teacher in Korea needs to make at least one trip to Jeju Island. While some may complain that it’s not nearly as beautiful as -insert Southeast Asian country here-, I think that’s totally unwarranted. There are so many gorgeous places around the island, but you definitely need to get out of

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Where to See Cherry Blossoms in Korea

While you’d be hard-pressed to find Koreans ready to sing Japan’s praises, you’ll also be hard-pressed to find any Korean that doesn’t perk up at the thought of cherry blossoms. While Japan’s legacy in Korea is tense, to say the least, its tradition of sakura is one that is actually still enjoyed and welcomed today. Cherry

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10 Quirky Things to Do in Seoul

Did you know Seoul is one of the must-visit cities in 2017? Both NatGeo and Lonely Planet named it in their 2017 lists. Seoul’s a vibrant city with a little bit of something for everyone. History and architecture lovers would enjoy strolling the massive palace grounds. It’s a mecca for any fashion or beauty lovers. Even outdoor enthusiasts will

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Meta Provence, Damyang: A Little French Inspired Village in Korea

It doesn’t take long to notice, but Korea has a bit of an obsession with France. Every student probably knows The Little Prince. There are chain bakeries dedicated to French sweets– Paris Baguette, Tous Les Jours, Paris Croissant… Heck, you can visit whole villages dedicated to some idealistic version of the country! One of those villages is

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