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Expat life is a great opportunity to travel the world, learn new cultures and earn money. We truly believe there is no better way to learn about a new city, new country or a new culture than living there.

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Before coming to Korea I had studied music at university and after graduating I worked as a merchandising assistant for an outdoor clothing company. This Married but looking in changwon my second year living here. I spent my first year working in a private language academy, teaching English to elementary and middle school students in the evening. This year I work in a public elementary school during the day instead. Nicole at Dotseom Island- one of the main tourist attractions in Changwon.

Married but looking in changwon lot of people hate this. My time after work is spent doing anything from chilling out at home, watching movies at the cinema or catching up with friends for dinner or drinks. Teaching English in South Korea seemed like the perfect way to Married but looking in changwon some more of the world, experience a new culture, save some money and figure out what career path to take next! I mentioned before that one of the reasons that I decided to live in South Korea was to save money.

The English teaching community here is huge and there is an abundance of expat bars and weekend trips for foreigners. Making friends is no difficult task. Personally, I prefer to do things my own way. My boyfriend and I tend to only eat at Korean restaurants and organize our own weekend trips around the country.

Hiking is a great budget past time for expats in Korea. The cost Married but looking in changwon living in Korea is extremely low. It all depends on your lifestyle though- if you drink a lot, eat out at western restaurants and buy imported groceries then, of course, you can expect to spend around double what I do.

I live in a small studio apartment on the outskirts of my city. This averages around 10, KRW c. Like I mentioned before, the availability of delicious and budget friendly food is one of the best things about living in Korea. Eating out is often cheaper than eating in, which is great for people who are happy to eat Korean food everyday.

Supermarkets, on the other hand, are strangely expensive! Imported goods like fruit, cheese, breakfast cereal and dairy products can really set you back. To avoid this, I tend to stick to buying locally grown products and whatever vegetables are in season. People who really need their home comforts are catered for- but they will feel a sting in their wallets. Yes, my visa is sponsored by my school and allows me to stay in the country for 1 year. Most nationalities can enter Korea on a tourist visa which is valid for 90 days.

The level of crime in Korea is extremely low so I usually feel like I can walk around my neighbourhood at night with no worries. But sadly, I do think that women in particular should take some precautions. There have been a few incidents when older drunk Korean men have approached me in the street and acted inappropriately towards me. There is a common misconception among men in Korea that a lot of foreign women are prostitutes or are just generally down for checking into a Married but looking in changwon motel with them.

Luckily for me all of these men turned out to be harmless and have left quickly after a firm no. A quick search on Facebook will find you all sorts Married but looking in changwon expat groups from hiking to running and yoga. Busan is a city that has everything- the beach, restaurants, shopping and nightlife. A of Korea!

There are also a lot of really beautiful coastal villages nearby which are great for escaping city life at the weekend. Busan, also known as The L. If you really Married but looking in changwon it then trust your gut and go for it. In that case, you can move on or go home. But you will never know until you try! Nicole is a teacher by day, and travel blogger by night.

You can learn more about her expat life in Korea on Wee Gypsy Girlwhere she writes about Married but looking in changwon adventures on a shoestring around Korea and the rest of the world!

Follow her on Facebook and Twitter to make sure that you never miss an update! Fulltime Nomad Fulltime Nomad is your passport Busty vintage ebony stockings saying no to normal, and yes to a Married but looking in changwon of unlimited travel. Are you new? Start here. Hello FullTime Nomad! My partner and I are looking to take the leap over the pond and begin working in South Korea.

Within your blog post you mentioned having a boyfriend yourself. Is the culture typically accepting of partners living together who are not yet married?

Any advise on the matter would be greatly appreciated. In your experience would it be too small for a couple to live in? Hi Serena, this is actually a guest post, where we interviewed Nicole.

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