Expat Sam in Japan

Talking with Expats: Sam

I'm really happy that my first expat interview is someone I can say is a close friend of mine. We spent our first year abroad together. Sam was a fellow teacher at the Jinju Mirae Center who recently made her way back to the United States after spending a year teaching English abroad. For Sam's…

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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…

Cafe in Seoul

How to Cafe Hunt in Seoul

Greetings everyone! My name is Laura from the blog “Cremajournal”. My blog is all about coffee culture in Korea and my life living in Seoul. You can find me at www.cremajournal.wordpress.comand @cremajournal on instagram! Enjoy!~ If there are two things I've become quite good at while living in Korea, it's how to navigate the subway system…

Vegetarian Kitchen

Vegetarian in Korea: What I Keep in my Kitchen

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. Being vegetarian in Korea means that I cook a lot. While a lot of expats go out to eat pretty regularly…