Teaching in Korea — a Typical Day

This is a typical day of teaching in Korea:

I’ll be home and drinking a beer by 5:40pm.  Actually, this is one of my longer/busier days; most days I’m actually home by 4:40.  Unfortunately, Korean beer is officially The Worst Beer in the World®.  I’m working on a brewing operation, but it will take time.


5 Responses to “Teaching in Korea — a Typical Day”

  1. Sasha on September 17th, 2008 10:05 pm

    i would kill for all that free time. miss you.


  2. Mom on September 18th, 2008 6:58 am

    Sounds like with all that free time, you should be able to post a couple pictures on your blog. We’re still wondering what your apartment looks like. Some pictures of your co-teachers and students in action would be nice too.


  3. Julia on September 18th, 2008 11:07 am

    Brewing beer is fun. I helped make a batch earlier this year and it turned out pretty well. For a moment I thought I may be the next microbrew extraordinaire…with a team of experts and everything (Matthew) but decided that my goals were much loftier than my beer.

    Hope you are having fun out there. Take care of yourself.


  4. Anna on September 18th, 2008 12:40 pm

    HA! Mom totally just reprimanded you via blog comment. Also, I taught them how to skype, or even just to use skype to IM. I chatted with mom, it was weird. She’s right though, more pictures would be nice because in my head, you’re kind of floating around without a real setting. It’s weird. Anyway, I miss you.


  5. Lois on September 18th, 2008 6:38 pm

    Very interesting. But I know that too much free time can a pain. Sometimes you just want to do your thing and get it over with so something else can be enjoyed. Sounds like your family wants pictures.:)


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