A day in the life of an ESL teacher.

… A hagwon teacher, to be exact. There are really three types of English teachers in South Korea.  You have the public school teachers who get more job security and significantly more vacation days.  Then there’s the teachers who teach private lessons and make bank but risk getting deported back to their homeland because it’s illegal.  And then you have […]

Korean Kids Say the Darnest Things…

As you may or may not know, Chris and I spent two glorious years teaching English abroad in South Korea.  It might have made me age a few (see: hundred) years, but I shared a good amount of laughs and tears while we were in our little town of Pohang.  Kids rarely hold anything back, and it was no exception […]