KIIP Midterm – Level 4 Test

I finally finished my level 4 KIIP class! My teacher was a lot better than my level 3 teacher, so I feel like I learned a lot more and the topics we covered in level 4 were a bit more interesting and useful. I’m glad the class is over because it was tough going to […]

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KIIP Level 3 Class and Mid-Term Test

Finally! I finished my first 100 hours of classes through KIIP (Korean Immigration and Integration Program). I took the pre-test that’s required before signing up for classes (unless you are a complete beginner and no absolutely no Korean – then they place you at level 1) back in November. I was placed in level 3, […]

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Grass is greener – 남의 떡

Recently, I’ve been meeting more Korean people, mostly parents, who tell me that they want to take their kids and move to America for a year or so, in order to teach their kids English. They’ll ask me about enrolling their kids in private elementary schools, and I’ll balk, never having heard of such a thing. […]

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New Job!!

After a long and busy last week at my job, I am finally free to rest, relax, and take a break! I was really unhappy at my job and there were nights when I wished I wouldn’t have to go in and mornings when I really thought about picking up the phone and calling in […]

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