The blog of a lovely, lovable, loving lady.

I am a high heel wearing hippie, advertising artisan, South Korean culture loving girl who is teaching English in South Korea.
When someone “pokes” me on facebook I’m just like…

When someone “pokes” me on facebook I’m just like…

Every time I eat bibimbap with chopsticks and the Koreans around me stare I’m just like…

Every time I eat bibimbap with chopsticks and the Koreans around me stare I’m just like…

That time my Korean friends convinced me to try an “aegyo” cute style I was like…

That time my Korean friends convinced me to try an “aegyo” cute style I was like…

When I see one of my students outside of school I’m like…

When I see one of my students outside of school I’m like…

After discovering baked apples every night now I’m like…

After discovering baked apples every night now I’m like…

Every time one of my coworkers comments, "Oh that’s too spicy for you!" or "That’s not enough rice." or "Your bowl is on the wrong side of your tray." about my lunch I’m just like…

Every time one of my coworkers comments, "Oh that’s too spicy for you!" or "That’s not enough rice." or "Your bowl is on the wrong side of your tray." about my lunch I’m just like…

When my students keep asking me for a “sharp” I’m like…

When my students keep asking me for a “sharp” I’m like…

During this past week of desk warming I’ve just been like…

During this past week of desk warming I’ve just been like…

When I ask my students if they had a good winter break and they say they went to more school (hagwons) I’m just like…

When I ask my students if they had a good winter break and they say they went to more school (hagwons) I’m just like…

Watching all of Rain (Bi)’s new promotions I’m just like…

Watching all of Rain (Bi)’s new promotions I’m just like…

When I explained to my students that Louisianians put plastic babies into our king cakes they were like…

When I explained to my students that Louisianians put plastic babies into our king cakes they were like…

When I was trying to watch the winter Olympics in Korea and the video wouldn’t load I was just like…

When I was trying to watch the winter Olympics in Korea and the video wouldn’t load I was just like…

That awkward time of year when my coteacher thinks we don’t need to use the heater anymore because it’s “warmer,” but it’s still freezing to me I’m like…

That awkward time of year when my coteacher thinks we don’t need to use the heater anymore because it’s “warmer,” but it’s still freezing to me I’m like…

Waking up the morning after Valentine’s Day I was just like…

Waking up the morning after Valentine’s Day I was just like…

Anonymous asked: Hy Chelsea! I'd like to know if it is also possible to teach other languages (than English) in Korea. I'm from Austria and I would really like to teach German in Korea (because it is my first language), however I couldn't find anything on the internet, if you know it please recommend me some organizations in your answer. Thank you! :)

Sorry, but I really don’t know. It seems like the in demand languages here are Chinese, Japanese, and English of course. I’m sure somewhere they are teaching other languages, but it’s not as common.