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Teaching English in South Korea…

…is what started Screw War Let’s Teach; a blog started in 2009 about two young people teaching English in Gwangju South Korea.  The job wasn’t all double rainbows and unicorns. But what high-octane adventure isn’t wrought with some degree of hardship? Our blog exposes some of these issues, and may help set expectations for anyone looking for a job as an ESL teacher in Korea. Don’t just take our words for it… Visit the links page to the Korea blog list for additional perspectives from expats living and teaching English in South Korea. Are you a graduating Senior in college, disaffected office worker, or unemployed university graduate? Read through some of my archived posts on Korean food or travel within Korea, and consider if a contract job teaching ESL in South Korea is something right for you.

Screw War Let’s Teach is no longer a Gwangju based blog…

… as we have since left the confines of the hagwon hallways to return home here in the United States. The website, however, lives on. Being that we can no longer post daily tales of intrigue and adventure regarding life in Korea, Screw War Let’s Teach has since adopted the much broader role of being a resource of information for native English speakers living in Gwangju, or any other part of Korea — or anyone planning a trip to the Land of Morning Calm. Since hiking in Korea is wildly popular, you may find our interactive map highlighting Korea’s National Parks to be helpful when preparing for scenic excursions, weekend getaways, or day hikes. There are also several videos from South Korea, which may or may not fall into the realm of experimental film making. We are, for lack of a better term, Korean enthusiasts, and will continue dedicating a portion of our spare time to this website. If you have any questions, comments, or content, Contact us.

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