A long awaited trip to korea
Posted 06 Jun 11 - 02:37 PM
I felt like I wouldn't be the only one wanting to ask the lucky one who already went to Korea some advise so I posted this topic here...
Actually I stopped my studies this month and I have a year in front of me before going back to studying so I'm thinking about going to Korea.
I know that going there for a long stay will take a lot of money but is it possibly for foreigners to find work in Korea without diplomas? Maybe it's better to make money for a few month in my country before going there only to visit and study the language?
I'm thinking about living in Seoul do you recommend living in guest-house?
If some of you worked as a foreigner in Korea could you please share some of your experiences?
I hope that there will be people to answer this questions
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Posted 16 Jun 11 - 02:54 AM
I went to Korea to study the language and since I didn't take too much money, I did the part time work. If I did it over again, I would have saved money before I went so that I didn't have to work. Wish had more time to hangout with new found friends and take weekend trips to explore the country.
I stayed at a hasook-jip (boarding house) where the nice ajumma prepared breakfast and dinner. Again, if I did it over again, I would find a small studio apartment. If you are doing a short stay, then dorm or guest house/host family would make more sense.
Posted 09 Oct 11 - 08:34 PM
Posted 14 Oct 11 - 11:17 AM
Well I'm living in November for four month. I'll post again when I come back !!!
If anyone had a similar experience please feel free to ad it in this subject
Posted 16 Oct 11 - 02:04 PM
Posted 17 Nov 11 - 03:19 AM
Have fun there !
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