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.
So I’m behind on my blog by about 5 days. Sorry.
So this was a rather interesting week in which I embarrass myself at the campus convenience store and also end up on a random livestream.
Wow, this blog title is long.
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).