You don’t want to miss this- on until November 3rd at the Korean Culture Centre in Ottawa.
Hi! Welcome to my little corner of the interweb. My name is Laura, a twenty-something Canadian currently working in New Zealand. Follow along as I document my journey on teaching, travelling, and living abroad.
Personal anecdotes from past and current English teachers in Jeollanamdo, South Korea.
Sunday June 25th marked the celebration of the first Korean Culture Fair in Ottawa, part of the summer long K-Connected Events (hosted by the Korean Cultural Centre) and in collaboration with “Ottawa Welcomes the World”, for Canada 150. The chance to re-live my Korea experience through K-POP dance, […]
Commuting to work with buckets of live octopus and classes of four students? This second edition of Teacher Talk explores the uniqueness of teaching in rural Korea.
A big thank you to everyone who attended the Ottawa Travel Show last weekend, especially those who made a stop at the Korea Tourism Booth! It was an honour to be able to represent Korea and to chat one on one with you all. Whether it was answering questions from […]
Exciting news for travel bugs, Korea enthusiasts, and those in the Ottawa area. The Ottawa Travel & Vacation Show is back for another year, and the 2017 Promotional Booth for the Korea Tourism Oragnization is set to be the most creative and innovative yet! With a one of […]
Welcome to the first edition of Teacher Talk- a new series on the Korea-Canada Blog where you’ll receive an inside scoop on teaching English in Korea, and everything that comes along with it. Expect a collection of stories and photographs, teaching and travel tips, as well […]