This will talk about how the classes are organized, what you learn in the first session, what the midterm and final exams entail, and what graduation is like.
SIM card rentals/phone plans/wifi egg/public wifi:
Those are basically the options you have when choosing how to stay in contact with your friends/family back home as well as the new friends you’ll meet in Korea. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks.
Okay, so you are required to get an Alien Registration Card (ARC) if you are staying in Korea over 90 days on any one visa. (So not required for a tourist visa; required for a student visa) Here’s how to do that.
Here’s where you get the lowdown and possibly meet future classmates.
Okay, so the subway is a way of life here, and here’s how to use it.
Because I didn’t grow up in the city, this was the first time I’d ever ridden a bus other than a school bus. Because I know there are other people out there like me, here’s a guide to the Seoul bus system.
So now you need to get actually get to campus for that placement test.
This is a guide on what Korean stores sell what and how to buy from them.
Okay! So when you land, you’ll need to withdraw money from ATMs, exchange money, get your SIM/wifi egg, and figure out transportation to your destination (express train, subway, limousine bus, late-night bus, or taxi).
Okay. So you’ve got your visa. Your flight is booked. You’ve got a place to stay upon arrival. Now it’s time to get down to pack and prepare.