Podcasts on Korea
If you are planning to head to Japan or Korea to teach, you definitely have to spend some time researching. Packing up your life and moving half way across the world shouldn’t be an unplanned endeavour.
Obviously there are so many blogs and websites you can read. there are also many video bloggers You Tube who can help you learn a thing or two about your future home.
Another great way to research is by listening to podcasts. At the moment there are few active podcasts by teachers in Korea or Japan. A few years ago there were more, but as teachers come and go, so do the podcasts.
One great podcast that will help you learn more about South Korea and teaching there is the Qiranger Adventures Podcast by Steve Miller. Go check it out!
Here is a video I made about his podcast:
I of course cannot go without mentioning the Seoul Podcast. This one has been around for several years and takes a look at current news and social topics in Korea.
*NOTE* I spent almost 8 hours in the past two days doing final proof reads on the book. I should be able to upload it t the Kindle Store early next week and then preview it and make any formatting changes necessary.
Posted on March 23, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Asia, education, English teacher, ESL, Japan, Korea, podcasts, Qiranger, Qiranger Adventures Podcast, Seoul Podcast, South Korea, teach in Korea, teaching, teaching english, travel. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.