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Judging a recent speaking-contest in Jeju City

I'd be glad to share some info with you about what living and working here is like.

Securing a teaching job in Korea is a cinch. All you really need is a university degree in any subject.

If you like, I'll even introduce you to a recruiter or two.

Maybe he or she will give me a kickback when you decide on a contract. Maybe I'll then buy you lunch when you arrive. Korean food is fantastic.
Alice was the most advanced student at the children's institute in Ulsan where I worked in 2001. When this photo was taken, she'd been teaching me some Korean foodnames.