Want to know how much it will cost to travel in Korea? Worried about going over budget and not having enough cash? Not sure how expensive Korea is (it’s not)? Then this guide to the cost to travel in Korea has you sorted. Featuring a breakdown of all the costs you can expect in Korea, you can easily plan your Korean travel budget. Not only that, there are dozens of great tips to help you plan your dream Korean trip and save money in many ways.
Want to know what living in Korea as an expat is like? I’ll introduce you to some of the many reasons why you’ll enjoy making the move to living in Korea, whether it’s right for you, some of the challenges you might face, and help paint a realistic image of Korea based on years of living in the Land of Morning Calm.
Summer in Korea is a wonderful time of sunny skies, long, warm evenings, and amazing summer activities to enjoy like splashing around at the beach, munching on sweet Korean desserts, and getting into the stunning Korean countryside. However, it’s also a time of scorching sunshine, high humidity, and sweat. Don’t be left hiding inside an air conditioned mall when you visit Korea this summer. Read this awesome guide to 20 of the most amazing summer activities in Korea that you’ll absolutely love and be a cool, educated traveller.
Want to know how to save money in Seoul and still have an awesome time visiting Korea’s incredible capital? Then you’ve come to the right place. I’ve put together this super useful and easy list of all the best ways you can cut your costs while you check out Seoul’s fantastic sights, soak up the atmosphere, and indulge in Seoul’s finest dishes. This excellent guide will let you save money on food, transport, sightseeing, dressing up in Korean hanbok, getting Internet access, and lots more.
Want to make $15,000 teaching in Korea in 1 year? Are you bored of office life, just graduated uni, or simply crave a life in the incredible country that is Korea? Then you’re in the right place because I’m going to tell you how you can make loads of money teaching in Korea.
f you want to stop struggling to save enough for that dream holiday, and instead want to save loads of money in a short time, then read this great guide about how to make money teaching in Korea. You won’t regret it, and it might lead you on an even bigger adventure in the future…
If you’re thinking about teaching English in Korea with EPIK, and not sure where to begin or if it’s worth it, then this guide will be perfect for you.
Not only can you find out the essential information you need to work with EPIK, but also learn more about why EPIK is such a great opportunity to save money, develop yourself as a person, and travel more.
If you’re travelling to Korea, then you’ll definitely want to pick up a T Money card. Having a T Money card in Korea will make your life a lot easier when dealing with transportation, shopping, or sightseeing. It will save you time, money, and having to deal with tricky cash payments when you’re travelling in Korea. Read on to find out all about why you should get a T Money card in Korea…
Spring is a season alive with colours, nature, and fresh hopes for the year ahead. These are best embodied in the many wonderful, vibrant spring festivals in Korea. Stroll under delicate cherry blossoms, watch the miracle of Jindo as waters part in front of your eyes, watch reverently as thousands of Buddhist lotus lanterns parade through the streets of Seoul, and lots, lots more.