If you’re planning to make the excellent choice to move to Korea one day, then you’ve probably asked yourself this question. Do you actually need to actually learn Korean to live in Korea? Can you survive day-to-day without being able to speak what is, arguably, a very different language to many other languages in the world.
Welcome to the first installment of a new series of shorter articles I’m writing about life in Korea. This article is all about my experience getting the AstraZeneca Vaccine in Korea, describing the highs and (mostly lows) of the vaccine process and effects, and my motivation for getting vaccinated early.
Ever thought about making the move to Korea to start the EPIK life teaching English to Korean students but not sure what it’s like? Not sure if the EPIK life is for you and something you’d be able to jump into? I hope to answer those questions, and give you my personal insights into like working, teaching, and living in Korea – somewhere I’ve called home since 2015.