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Welcome to Expacked (Issue #48)

November 26, 2009

Its amazing how quickly things change.  I had a bad day yesterday and I started to feel just how far away from home I really was and just how hard certain things in this country can be.  I started to doubt myself a little and needed some better news today.  Well I got it and in the space of 24 hours I had completely turned around.  Korea Gate with Red Background

You will find that everyone teaching in a foreign country will have their ups and downs.  What’s important is that you ride it through and realise that things will always get better.

Friends in Korea play a big part in keeping you sane while your family and friends are miles away back home (of course, Skype is always a great tool for keeping in touch with home).  So make the most of your time here and meet as many people as you can – both English AND Korean.  There’s so much to see and do while you are in Korea

Here’s the stories making the news this week:

Feel free to comment on any of the stories and make use of the easy sharing options available – in just a few quick clicks you can share any of these stories to all your teaching mates in Korea.

I hope you enjoy the read and, of course, have a good laugh at this week’s jokes at the end.



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