How much can I expect to earn in Korea? Korean company salary structure and average wages

The structure of the salary system among Korean companies is vastly different from what many of us will be accustomed to back at home. Western companies typically operate on a job role remuneration system where your pay is linked to your … Read More

Talk To Me In Korean Review (Best free online Korean language study resource)

Talk To Me In Korean (TTMIK) is a popular online resource for learning Korean and sets itself apart from other online language resources with a somewhat refreshing onus on community and affordability. Affordability is definitely a key selling point! The … Read More

The experience of living abroad, and why it’s a must: Blair Williams

Have you ever wanted to run away to a foreign land, learn a new language, try new foods, and meet different people? I did, and chose to study and work in South Korea. It’s been an unforgettable experience, and one that … Read More

Scott Walker and finding non-teaching jobs in Seoul

As a dynamic metropolis that dwarfs all other cities on the peninsular for size and political clout, Seoul has grown into a mecca for overseas government organisations and foreign companies expanding into the Korea market. However, despite the intensity of trade and … Read More

Desi Cochrane on Goshipages & Start-ups in Korea

  Prioritising study on exchange can sometimes be difficult and especially for those studying in Seoul. With the combination of affordable food, sol-maek and one-shot culture, Seoul can be a challenge even for the most well-intentioned of students. But despite … Read More

Unlocking career success in Korea with Scott Walker

  I recently met with Scott Walker from Tourism Australia to decode his remarkable success in Korea and to ask for advice on behalf of our readers with similar aspirations of working in Korea. In the following article, I document Scott Walker’s … Read More

Asialink Arts Residency Program

Photo courtesy of Julien Mailler Scholarship Description Each year the Asialink Arts Residency Program sends Australian writers, performers, artists and arts managers to live and work throughout Asia. Since its inception in 1991 the program has sent more than 600 … Read More