Teaching English

The first month of teaching and a Haircut in Korea

Wow, that was quick. Only eleven more to go. Counting the days already, you say? Who wouldn’t after having gone through a terrible September of transitions and training tomtom gekaufte karte erneut herunterladen. But at least now the really difficult part is over.

This is for for anyone considering teaching English abroad. Be aware that your recruiting agent gets paid a good sum of money when you sign your contract herunterladen. So whatever they offer for a salary, ask for more. The Koreans will expect you to know what is going on very quickly, and will probably not tell you very much unless questioned directly app zum videosen. So ask a lot of DETAILED questions and make sure to write things down so you don’t look like an ass and forget.

Today was my first haircut in Korea, and would you believe that nobody in the salon spoke English herunterladen? “Korean speak”? the receptionist asked. “No,” I responded bluntly. The confusion, already swelling in her eyes, told the full story whatsapp bilder zumen. “If we can’t understand what this foreigner is saying, how the fuck are we supposed to cut his hair properly? Maybe we could just shave it and tell the manager he lost a bet google play filmeen. Yeah, that’s why he left all pissed off…”  Luckily I had planned for this, and had a friend write hair cutting instructions down on a piece of paper…. hausarbeiten herunterladen. and they did a fantastic job. Two thumbs up Hair Tokyo.