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Student Life in Korea: 5 Tips For Studying Abroad

Student life in Korea is something that took a while to get used to, but there are many similarities between college life in Korea and the USA. In the past I have studied and worked for the University of Missouri, studied in Italy and worked for a University in Prague. It is fascinating the cultural […]

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Cherry Blossoms Korea

Cherry Blossoms and Picnics in South Korea

Cherry Blossoms can be found all throughout South Korea. They are an absolutely beautiful sight and signify that spring is now here, leaving winter in the past.  The tradition of “Hanami,” or picnicking under the blooming cherry blossoms trees has a long history. This tradition was introduced to Korea during the Japanese occupation.  After the Japanese […]

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National Geographic Exhibit in Gwangju

Over the past three years of wandering around the world I have taken thousands of photos. I never really thought of my photography as art, it was more of a way to capture a memory.  For me, I wanted grab the moment that I was having with my friends and family.  My photography slowly progressed […]

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Dog Cafes in Gwangju

When friends or family when ask what I miss most about living abroad, I respond by telling them that I miss them. But in reality, I think I miss my dog the most. Since it is really hard to communicate with him on Skype.  At least I can talk face to face with my friends […]

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Screen Golf in Gwangju: You Have to Try it!

This weekend my friends and I went out to play some virtual golf. I had played screen golf once before at a bar in St. Louis, Missouri but it had been a few years since I had touched a golf club. Actually I used to work at a country club when I was a teenager, […]

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