Many people who come to come to Korea will at some point want or need to send money back to their home country. Whether it be to pay loans, add to a savings account, or [continue reading...]
The small city of Jochiwon is home to many foreigners who teach and work in Korea. On July 1st, 2012, Jochiwon joined Sejong City. Before being added to Sejong City, Jochiwon was part of the [continue reading...]
Founded on July 1st, 2012, Sejong City is a fairly new district in Korea that has been designed with a special purpose.
It may not be at the top of your list of things to worry about in Korea, but knowing where to use card vs. cash can be very helpful in avoiding awkward situations. Coming from [continue reading...]
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...]