Funny thing is, what with lectures about "you are in Korea, you must follow Korean customs," I hate Korea and Koreans. You are all lying, deceitful pieces of s*it, judging by your actions. (I found it easier using the US accent to teach these kids phonics/reading than the Aussie/Brit one)Jung was absolutely livid when one of the female teachers got married (this was back in the 90's)- made her life hell after that (she got married to a Korean, too, so you'd think he'd be more likely to back off). Rosters: while the contract says 120 hours a month, in reality teachers work more than 34 hours a week because of how the calendar dates fall in line with their pay day.
Teaching, ignoring Rick, and only using the American accent to teach phonics. The directors choose their "whipping boy" (or couple) to pick on, hauling them over the coals for anything and everything, as well as serving them the worst possible schedule each month.2.
If you're offered a contract at this disgraceful attempt at an educational institution, run for the hills!
Staff are treated like excrement on the directors' well-polished shoes and once you're trapped it's difficult to escape. The only reason they can push you around is that they control your visa and your apartment. Smile Approaching this as a challenge that would be something id expect to happen anyway, so no skin off my nose. Many guys with a lot of skill refuse to pass the puck in practice and in games that do not matter so they can score goals. Skill wise, I am not in a position to criticise, as I said before, I am nothing special as a hockey player.
We were foolish enough to believe The Witch, (name removed), when she told us we'd finish at 6pm if we worked morning kindergarten.
For my studies I keep / reblog useful resources for my Korean studies to make it easier to find things, and hopefully this blog will help others find the resources on my blog useful.
At Hanlingo, you can do many fun yet invaluable things including, but not limited to, finding language exchange partners in real time, making Korean friends, having a good conversation at a local coffee shop with great people, learning Korean language and culture from your new Korean friends, building greater human network, making Korean connections, having a little crazy time at a pub with locals, uploading recently taken cool photos, finding Korean online bookstores selling English books at the lowest possible price, ...
Well, as I started poking around there are in fact a few more upcoming games. I have no idea what it means, but I suspect it has to do with some kind of fast paced game-play.
The new buzzword this year is "Hyper FPS" I've seen a couple games referred to as that.