Vegetarian

Life in Jinju: Vegetarian-Friendly Restaurants

Some nights, you just don't want to cook. It's been a long week and you haven't made it to the grocery store, so your pantry is sparse. I think we've all been there. But what happens when you're a vegetarian and most restaurants near you don't have meat free options? Or when it's difficult to…

Why Korea? And Other Questions

Disclaimer: Christine in Korea is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. Since making the decision to move to Korea I have gotten a lot of questions. Some of these questions come…

January Update: Where I’ve Been and What I’ve Been Doing

January has been quite a crazy month for me, and I have to admit, I haven't been able to dedicate as much time to blogging as I would have liked. Amid all the winter camp chaos and using my weekends to catch up on everything I wasn't able to do during the week, I had…

Adventures in Teaching: My first two weeks as an educator

After two weeks of teaching, all I have to say is that teaching is hard. Quite possibly, it's one of the hardest things I have ever done. I tried not to kid myself going into it; I knew that my babysitting experience and time as a tutor for other college students would pale in comparison to what…

Korean Doctors, Elementary Night Owls, and Culture Shock

I'm sure you're expecting that me to say that when I arrived in Korea I was overwhelmed with culture shock. That these last few weeks have been an endless series of events that shocked and unnerved me, or even just caught me off-guard. While for many people, culture shock is common when visiting or moving…