2020 started on a productive note for Jo So Ko because she was out in the middle of nowhere, teaching English to primary school students.
Okay, I can’t continue with the third person tense because it will get confusing. I just spent over 3 weeks working at my first ever English camp and had such a great experience.
I had heard through the teaching English in Korea grapevine that these camps are rather difficult. While it was difficult in terms of workload, it wasn’t any more difficult than a normal full-time English teaching job in Korea.
The teachers were so kind, the Korean staff were amazing and hardworking and everything ran like a well-oiled machine.
Any teaching job in Korea has an expectation that teachers will complete their books, send their reports in on time and not cause any trouble with coworkers. Camps are no exception, so I guess if you’re not familiar with these expectations, an intense camp might be difficult.
If you’re considering giving either a winter or summer camp a go in your holiday time, it’s definitely a great experience.
Now that I am back, somewhat free of work, I will be posting more on my blog! A few posts ago, I mentioned that I started a YouTube channel. I’m still uploading on there and I am honestly having so much fun in the Vlogosphere.
I hope you’re all having a great start to 2020 and you are working hard to make it a great year!
Here are my latest YouTube video and some bonus pictures from winter camp!
Did I mention that the food was amazing? I saved a lot of money from these delicious meals!