Sunday, December 30, 2012
Saturday, November 17, 2012
SO! In Korea there seems to be no soft cookies anywhere! I mean anywhere! Baking is not a big part of the culture here so most places dont have an oven and if they do its small and not meant for baking full sized cakes!!! IT WAS TERRIBLE!! I have an oven but its a roasting oven.. it only produces fire with no ability to control temperature! AHH!!! also due to the lack of baking here there are no cookie doughs and ready made stuff you can just pop into an oven if you happen to have one. BUT!!! I found a gold mine! I FOUND BEN's COOKIES!! Its located in Shindorim station on line 1 at the d-cube mall food court! YAY!!!!!!
THE WINNER OF THE GIVEAWAY IS RACHEL DAVIS!! CONGRATS GIRL!!!
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
2) like and favorite this video
3)live anywhere in the world.. THATS RIGHT WORLD WIDE GIVEAWAY!!
4) In the comments below answer this question
"If you had animal pajamas like mine what would you do with them?"
Contest ends on November 13th at 1pm KST
I will announce the winner on my facebook page
Saturday, October 13, 2012
In Korea, instead of caring about someone's zodiac sign, they care about your blood type. EVERYONE DOESN'T care about it, and its not a serious matter. Its just something they usually use for fun to try to guess what your personality might be like. Although its not serious, it is bigger comparatively than zodiac in North America. I was bored..so bored.. so that's why I created my dating drama. LOL!! ENJOY AND SUBSCRIBE!!
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Friday, September 21, 2012
Saturday, September 15, 2012
Insadong is a street in South Korea in the touristy/traditional area of korea where there are many palaces located. You can get there by going to Anguk station (on line 3) exit 5. Go straight 100m and then turn left. Or Jonggak station (line 1) exit 3. Go straight 300m then turn left at the 4 way intersection. Go straight 100m and then veer to the left road. I HOPE YOU CAN FIND IT!!! You can try on hanboks and take pictures in them! There are many traditional galleries and restaurants there. You can purchase many souvenirs and on the weekends Sat from 14:00-22:00 and Sunday from 10:00-22:00 some streets are blocked off and more cultural booths will be there. You can try many traditional Korean foods from the street. There are also Korean fortune tellers and random cultural things! ENJOY THE VIDEO!!
Friday, September 7, 2012
Hello again!!!! Getting a job in south korea doesn't have to be hard! The easiest way to attain a job is to use a recruiting agency. In my opinion Korvia is the best recruiting agency in Korea. I say this because they really take care of you from the time you initially apply until the time you leave Korea!! and ita absolutely 100% FREEE!!! HOLY COW!!! That's awesome!!!! Korvia is constantly in contact with you and is constantly making sure that you are taken care of. They offer many bonuses like free prepaid cellphones once you first arrive in Korea and airport transport to your new place. They also offer many opportunities to connect and meet other foreign teachers by having 4 parties per year. They are absolutely free to you!! Once you apply they create the timeline and give you your schedule of events. So all you have to do is follow what they say and as long as you interview well and are qualified for the job and a school likes you and you pass the interview all you must do is get all the documentation in! HOW EASY IS THAT!! There is, however, a lot of paperwork though.. Its quite stressful and certain documents take up to 3 months to get back. Having said this.... you know you must plan accordingly. The hiring times are September and March. So about 5 months before you plan on leaving for korea, you should apply so you can start working on some of the documents. OK!!!!!!!!!!!! I hate writing so watch the video for more details!!!!
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Sunday, August 26, 2012
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
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Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Friday, June 22, 2012
This past weekend I went to a more traditional part of Korea. Its located at ANGUG station on line 3. Its a pretty awesome place! There are many traditional Korean houses, (HANOK) and there is also a palace CHANGDOEKGUNG. Its a very nice palace that is one subway stop away. This area is also next to Insadong. PLEASE ENJOY THE VIDEO!!!!!
Friday, June 8, 2012
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
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Wednesday, May 9, 2012
They loved it! I was so excited. I decided to share it on my blog.
After we watched the video I asked them questions. After each counting question we counted the fruit together.
Question 1: (I showed the banana smiling) How is the banana? happy or sad? (HAPPY YELLOW BANANA)
Question 2: How many apples were there? (my students are acustomed to answering with color as well. so 4 red apples)
Question 3: How many peaches were there?
Question 4: How many grapes were there?
Question 5: How is the banana: (show the scene of the sad banana, and make them say SAD YELLOW BANANA)
Question 6: How many oranges were there?
Question 7: How many steps did banana climb up?
After that each student made a banana ( I gave them a handout with the shape of the same banana from the video) they made either a hapy or a sad banana. The students then put them on the big tree that I pre made)
We counted the banana's together after everyone finished.
THEY LOVED IT!!
I'm so excited! LOL!!
Until next time! :^)
Friday, May 4, 2012
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Thursday, April 19, 2012
I LOVE AND MISS YOU GUYS!! :^)