Posts Tagged ‘teaching English in Korea’

My Evening at MasterChef Korea

My Evening at MasterChef Korea
by Kissairis Munoz A few weeks ago, I received an unexpectedly awesome email from my running group. The international cooking show MasterChef was currently filming its first Korean season and one of the upcoming episodes was based around a Western-style challenge. The show’s producers had contacted...
May 15th, 2012 | Extras, Food News, south korea | Read More

Lost In Korea – Korea FTW!

by Kissairis Munoz A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about all the quirky aspects of Korea that I still don’t understand. And while it was fun to dish on the things I haven’t fully embraced yet, there are so many random things that I’ve come to love. Here are some of my favorites. Cheap healthcare?...
April 24th, 2012 | Solo Travel, south korea, Working Abroad | Read More

Lost In Korea: 3 Major Skills You’ll Gain From Teaching Abroad

by Kissairis Munoz I was a magazine major in undergrad and studied foreign policy in graduate school. At no point during either of my school tenures did I consider becoming a teacher. So when I broke the news to friends and family that I was moving to Korea to teach for a year, I had quite a few conversations...
March 13th, 2012 | Solo Travel, south korea, Working Abroad | Read More

Lost in Korea: 5 Things I’ve Learned By Teaching Kindergarteners

by Kissairis Munoz Because the Korean school year runs from March through February, my two kindergarten classes graduated up to elementary school last week. Watching them across the stage in their little graduation gowns to get their diplomas, I have to admit that I was misty eyed. After spending every...
February 28th, 2012 | Solo Travel, south korea, Working Abroad | Read More

Lost in Korea: 5 Things to Consider Before Teaching Abroad

Teaching English abroad can be a great way to earn some money for your adventures while immersing yourself in a different culture. Aren't they the cutest? But when you’re researching different locations and jobs, it can be difficult to know what to keep your eyes peeled for. Here are some tips...
January 17th, 2012 | Solo Travel, south korea, Working Abroad | Read More

Lost in Korea: Teach in One Country, Get More For Cheap

There are a few perks about teaching in Korea. Among my favorites are an apartment paid for by my school, low utility costs and meeting new people. But one of the more unexpected ones is the opportunity to travel during the school year. You might be thinking that’s obvious. Almost everyone comes to...
January 3rd, 2012 | Solo Travel, south korea, Working Abroad | Read More

Lost In Korea: Introducing Kissairis Munoz

by Kissairis Munoz Lost In Korea is our new bi-weekly column chronicling the year-long journey of Kissairis Munoz as she teaches English in Korea. Check back for future installments every other Tuesday at noon. I didn’t speak any Korean. I’d never taught a class before. But last June I packed two...
November 22nd, 2011 | Dispatches from the Road, Solo Travel, south korea, Working Abroad | Read More