I Live In Korea

My name is Ben Gwynne. I USED to teach English in Incheon, South Korea. Here's some photos, stories, videos, etc.

Possibly the best year of my life has come to an end and it was capped off by a wonderful going away party with my coworkers. They gave me a scrap book with letters and pictures from all my students, which is possibly the best present I've ever been given. I've read it many times and showed it to many people. It was tough leaving Korea, I'm back in the USA now but might have to return. Thanks for reading.


I have 2 more videos I'll be posting summing up my year in Korea, I've been busy so I had to delay them, but they will come soon...

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Going to miss you blogging abt your adventure in Korea. All the best to you.

Mira said...

Thanks for writing about you life in South Korea. I've had a lot fun reading your blog and I'm gonna miss it =(

Ben Gwynne said...

In a week or two, I'll have what I think is my best post yet. Maybe two of them, but definitely one. Please check back and see.

Anonymous said...

i wish i could live in korea! 난 정말 정말 한국을 사랑합니다. and love your posts about your life in korea. it must be sad leaving there. cant wait for your best posts!~ ^^

Ben said...

Why can't you live there? I'm sure you can if you really want to? I love it a lot! Always will!

Anonymous said...

because im happily stuck in paris for the moment studying pastry and to go live in korea i have to find a job there! :/ but i will live there someday. its on my list of 1972648 things to do before i die. i have to! keke

-joy

Ben said...

Well Joy, maybe you can be a pastry chef over there. One thing I wasn't too fond of is the sweets in Korea, they need some work on that big time.

Could also teach over there and try getting involved in some baking on the side in your spare time. As a teacher you have a lot of free time. I think you can do it, really.

Anonymous said...

thanks for your faith in me but i dont think i can be an english teacher there because im asian. haha don't meet the requirements i think. but yes, maybe i should attempt to change the history of korean pastry for the future generation (or just contribute to its downfall). either way, i'll get to meet all my korean husbands (albeit from my wild imagination) :/

-joy

Ben said...

Yes, they are missing out on a lot of things. I have a sweet tooth and it was not satisfied while in Korea. I definitely loved living there and I'm sure you would have a great time there looking for your husband.

Anonymous said...

haha too bad all the men i imagine only appear on television! i'll just stick to youtube. thanks again for blogging on your life in korea!

-joy

Ben Gwynne said...

Keep hope alive! You never know, and don't just limit yourself to Korean men!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing so much.