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So i'm thinking about going to teach english in korea for a year and thought i'd check to see if anyone here had done it, or if anyone just has any general opinions.
Basically i'm 24, haven't really worked anywhere long term since I graduated a year ago thanks to the recession hitting (lots of short term contract work)and I figure it'll be a chance to see new places, start to pick up a bit of another language (hopefully) and meet new people while I still have pretty much nothing tying me down here. Who knows maybe it'll even look better on a resume than another year of living contract job to contract job will.
I've never been a very adventurous person, but I have always wanted to be. So I figure this could be a way of helping to kick start that. But i'm also fearing that not knowing anyone/the language/everything being completely different could be pretty crushing.
Anyway, greatest or worst idea ever?
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