Category Archives: Education

Inside the Body

Some readers (and viewers) may not know this, but back when I was a school-aged student, I had dreams of becoming a physician. As a result, I spent long hours…

A few udates!

Since I’ve been back from vacation (almost a month now), I’ve been trying to get back into the swing of things with my Korean studies. The first nearly two weeks…

Rosetta Stone Sponsors the QiRanger.com Year-End Contest

December has rolled around once more, meaning that the end of the year is quickly approaching, and what better celebrate that fact than with a contest. This time, I’ve gone…

Blogger Day At The National Museum

This past Tuesday I was invited to the National Museum to partake in a special educational program for Korean Bloggers. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect or whom I’d…

Video Responses

Gooooooooooooooooood morning! It’s #CoffeeTime here and I thought I wold share a few videos from the weekend. As I’ve stated before, the Vlog Channel is a place for me to…

Hanja (Chinese Script) in Korea

I was recently asked why Chinese is printed everywhere in Korea. Here’s my answer: Got a question, feel free to ask – you might just get your own video response!…

Learning Korean

Probably the most frustrating things about learning Korean (한국어) has been overcoming the issues created by all the rules governing romaizing the language. For example, I live in 경기도, which…

Getting a Second Job in Korea

People come to Korea for many different reasons. Some want to gain perspective that only living abroad can provide, while others look to explore the world by using the peninsula…

teaching

Teaching in Korea: Questions

Congratulations! You’ve made it to Korea, got settled into your new home and are about to step into your first class. Standing next to the whiteboard, you eagerly write your…

The End Approaches

It’s Monday morning and I sit here sipping my coffee contemplating the day before me. Rather than being able to leisurely tackle it, I must make a move and prepare…