Unsolicited Advice – Part 2

For a country that is so advanced in technology, many people have expressed the same frustration that I have when dealing with Korean technology: why, oh why, must everything use Internet Explorer? And why, oh why, must everything be made in Hanword? Now... maybe it's that I'm used to MS Word, or that Office 2010 … Continue reading Unsolicited Advice – Part 2

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Statistics (and other things I have to say)

So I found out that my most popular post (by quite a large margin) is the one where I wrote about midnight runs. Now, I don't think it's my best post. Nor is it a post that I put a lot of work into. It's one that I just... wrote. No real forethought, apart from … Continue reading Statistics (and other things I have to say)

Dear Friends and Family – an FAQ for the loved ones of EPIK applicants

Hello friends and family. As I'm moving to Incheon (as I've just found out) in February to teach English through EPIK, I felt it necessary to write a blog about the questions and response I've gotten when I told people I'd be moving to Korea. I have included here questions that other EPIK applicants have … Continue reading Dear Friends and Family – an FAQ for the loved ones of EPIK applicants