An Op-ed written by HiExpat blogger: Andrew Fraser December 31st, 2014 As I started taking a look back at 2014 in Korea, I initially thought it would be nice to do a piece for the end of the year that tied both good and bad events together as a replay of what happened this year.
If you’re here reading this article, chances are you’re fairly new to the expat community like me or you’re planning to become one in the near future. While this site is aimed at Expat’s currently living in Korea, it is becoming a great resource for those hoping to make the transition to living in Korea
Have you ever considered working in the Land of The Morning Calm? South Korea opens its calm land for brighter opportunities for job seekers. Locals as well as foreigners can find a lot of resources in how to start a career here in Korea. A high percentage of job openings include teaching while there are
I haven’t visited all over the world to know how easy it is to become a foreign celebrity in a foreign country. If anything, I know that I can’t become a foreign celebrity in Hollywood just because I am a foreigner. Having to live in various countries, I have not seen any possibility for a
If you have lived in South Korea long enough, you will have realized how sad the reality of living as an adolescent can be. Many may assume that education in Korea is known to be excellent because of the kind of life style that students have. However, I have been told by a lot of
The most anticipated music event of the year, Mnet Asian Music Awards most commonly known as MAMA, is all set and ready to rock the world with performances from well-known Kpop Idols and long time names in the music industry of South Korea this coming December 3, 2014 in Hong Kong, last year’s host country.
If Lotte World claimed to be the biggest indoor theme park, I would rank Everland as the biggest outdoor theme park, well, in South Korea. Not trying to compare with other countries though. Everland was one of the few places in our tour itinerary list. “It’s a famous theme park” I told myself and my
Have you had enough of Seoul? Do you want to get away from the city? Due to the advantage of living in a small country like Korea, you can easily get to the country side within 2 hours of subway ride. Busan might be a good option for a weekend getaway. But, it would definitely