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How to Quit Your Job and Teach Abroad…Without Regrets

Teaching English abroad is a great opportunity in many ways.  If you're an aspiring teacher it is invaluable experience that will shine brightly on your resume for future job prospects.  It's also a great way to travel while working.  A win-win situation.  You're getting paid to work in a country that you've always wanted to visit.  Teaching contracts are generally one year … [Read More...]

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Teaching English in Korea for 3+ Years – What’s It Really Like?

Teaching ESL in South Korea for one year - fun and exhilarating. Teaching for two years - interesting and more time to explore things now that you're settled … [Read More...]

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Find a Job Teaching English in Korea Through the Red Dragon Diaries

Three years have come and gone. I'm still here in Korea, and my time here has been filled with so many events and happenings, I can't even begin to recall … [Read More...]

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3 Tips for Earning Student Respect

Let's be real about this whole teaching gig. If you're a teacher in the ESL world, chances are you're probably in the same boat as me, and I'm no different than the thousands of other ESL teachers doing their thing abroad as I write this. We are generally not … [Read More...]

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Eating Korean “Hangover” Soup While Sober (Haejang Guk 해장국)

Haejang Guk (해장국) is a popular soup in Korea. Generally, it's made with pork or beef, and ox blood. The last part probably sounds a little, like, "whuh??", but trust me the soup is good. It has a very hearty flavor to it. Much like the way good tomato soup … [Read More...]

You Should Get a TESOL to Teach ESL in Korea

You Should Get a TESOL to Teach ESL in Korea

Is teaching English abroad, specifically in a country like Korea, cool? Yes, it's cool. Is it challenging and frustrating at times?  Yes, it is. Does it make you want to go back home at times? Yes, that too. By and large, though, being able to work and … [Read More...]

12 Things to Do in Osaka, Japan

12 Things to Do in Osaka, Japan

One of the great benefits of teaching abroad is the ability to travel more. Not only is there more free time, but you are also closer to countries that you would otherwise never get a chance to visit unless for a unique circumstance. Japan is always a … [Read More...]