Monthly Archives: July 2013

Mudfest Madness

One of the most popular festivals in Korea every July is the “Mud Festival”.  It’s held in a small town on the west coast of Korea in a city called Boryeong.  It’s mainly popular with foreigners, especially the US Military.  … Continue reading

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Teacher’s Trip to Ulsan

The first semester has officially been finished for about a week and a half now. I’ve been teaching summer camp for a little over a week before I take my own vacation from August 3-15.  Before school let out, we … Continue reading

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English Camp in Gyeongju

Last fall I had such a great time on the English Town’s trip to Yeongdeok that I decided to join another weekend camp to Gyeongju.  The English Town in my city (Gyeongsan) puts on two trips a year for the … Continue reading

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Swimming in Korea

Last summer the only time I went swimming was when I went on vacation to the Philippines.  I was determined not to let that happen again.  The only pools that exist in Korea are at gyms, hotels, or water parks … Continue reading

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Summer Fun

It’s been getting hotter and hotter every day here, and it’s always a battle at school about turning on the air conditioner. But, despite that I’ve been able to do quite a few fun things this summer.  It’s the last … Continue reading

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