Trains run fairly late in Korea and there are even some in the early hours of the morning. Here you will find the times for the last trains leaving for Jochiwon from Seoul, Daejeon, Seo-Daejeon, Daegu, Busan, [continue reading...]
Your address can be found on the back of your Alien Registration Card (ARC). Your address is written in the following order: (Country) (Postal Code) (Province) (City) (Street Name, Street Number) (Building Name & Apartment [continue reading...]
HomePlus, Costco, E-Mart and foreign food markets are the best places to shop for Western and non-Korean food in the Sejong area.
If you want to get around in Korea there are many options to choose from. There are trains, buses, taxis, subways, and of course, sidewalks. The train system here in Korea is very well developed, [continue reading...]
Trains are wonderful for getting across the country, but if you want to travel locally, buses are one of your best options. In Sejong City there are many bus lines that will take you almost [continue reading...]
Usually after moving to a new place it takes a while to figure out where to get the best prices on different things. Sometimes it takes a long while to simply find things. Groceries are [continue reading...]
You can use the Korea Post’s online Zip Code Finder tool for your home or school. If you live in Jochiwon and you’re an EPIK public school teacher, or you live in or near Ook-il [continue reading...]
Whether you're expecting a package from family, a shipment from a retailer, or a new sofa, there are several ways to have items delivered from within Korea or overseas.