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How to Stay Warm in Korea

What’s the weather like where you’re from? Is it hot most of the year? Cold? Have you experienced snow? While Korea boasts all four seasons, they aren’t equal. Spring and fall can be absolutely lovely, but fleeting, whereas, summer and winter tend to take over the year. Both seasons can catch people by surprise, especially [...]

How to Teach English Camp in Korea Like a Pro

Just as your excitement grows for the end of teaching a semester, you’re thrown a curveball by the co-teacher. “You need to have a lesson plan for a two-week English camp by next week.” The anticipation dissipates. The clouds darken and that smile turns into confusion. English Camp? This was how I felt when I [...]

K-ristmas Love: Holiday Couple Culture in Korea

Bundle up in your warmest coat, slip on some comfy gloves, blast Dean Martin’s “Baby It’s Cold Outside” through your headphones and then take a stroll in Seoul. What will you see? Pure love. I’ve been shooting in Korea for a few years now and the Christmas season has always been the most enjoyable. Couples [...]

Food in Seoul that Will Warm You Up this Winter

Greetings fellow food lovers. It is the month of Christmas, which means it’s also the month of freezing cold temperatures. With the weather being so cold, I’m always trying to find something to eat that’s going to warm me up from the inside out, regardless of the snow and negative degrees outside. So with this [...]

Korvia 2014 Winter Holiday Schedule

Happy Holidays from Korvia Consulting! We would like to inform all prospective applicants as well as current recruits of the Korvia 2014 winter holiday schedule. The Korvia office will be closed on the following dates: Observance Date Christmas Day December 25th, 2014 New Years Day January 1st, 2015 On these [...]

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