We’re excited to help you get the most out of Korea. Here are our favorite websites, apps and pictures!
Starting a Blog
Starting a blog has been one of the best decisions of my life. It’s opened up a whole new world of possibilities including extra income and interesting new people. This post will show you the best way to start a blog as a beginner.
I wish I used Pimsleur before coming to Korea. It took me from 0 to conversational in three months in Japanese and Spanish. You can try the full Korean course on Pimsleur here for free.
Accessing Websites Privately
There are a few reasons to have a VPN.
Some K-dramas aren’t be available in your country. Korea blocks some websites if you try to visit them there. Access the entire Netflix catalogue and browse privately with VPN here!
Teaching English Abroad
TEFL certifications aren’t necessary to teach English in Korea. But, if it’s your first time and want to get some experience before jumping in, International TEFL Academy is the best.
Fiverr offers great entry-level services for building a website or starting a business on a budget.
We use them for logos and graphic design.
Here are some of our favorite pictures of Korea. These are free to use with a link attribution to https://linguasia.com
Disclosure: There are affiliate links in this article that provide us a small commission at no extra cost to you. We only endorse the best software and products we use ourselves. Find out more about our code of ethics.