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Busan Jobs - Fri, 2019-05-10 14:03
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KID’S COLLEGE- Native English teachers needed - (Kindergarten in Busan)


KIDS COLLEGE NAMCHEON (BUSAN) is looking for native English speaker elementary teachers. Check out our website for more information. www.남천키즈칼리지.com

We’re located near gwang-an beach. Only 1min walk from the bus and subway station.


Afternoon Part time

  • June 1, 2019 ~ Feb 28, 2020
  • Pay: negotiable (depends on your experience)
  • Starts at 2:30 to 6:40


Send your resume and a photo if you’re interested. Email me for more information. The email address is zmzmzm1419 at naver dot com

Thank you.

Does the school pay monthly contributions into a Pension Plan? :  No Are you a licensed recruiter? :  No

Korean classes in May!

Busan Classifieds - Fri, 2019-05-10 09:13

Busan's Korean Language Institute For Foreigners (KLIFF) is offering classes for everyone. Make a change by learning Korean this season. The teachers at KLIFF can help! Think it takes a year to speak Korean well? Think again! In just a month we can get you speaking with the locals! KLIFF is located in two convenient locations: PNU and Haeundae. We have as many as 9 levels of Korean ability for you to choose from. We also offer special lectures targeted toward the Korean proficiency test. We're open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and available Sunday, too! Questions or need directions? Feel free to call us any time at 010-9108-6594, or email to jennakang@hanmail.net. or learnkoreanatkliff@gmail.com You can also check us out at www.kliff.co.kr. See the map below to our PNU location, call or see our website for Haeundae classes! 

Instagram/Twitter: KLIFFKoreanshcool

Full time & Part time positions in Busan available for passionate teachers!

Busan Jobs - Fri, 2019-05-10 08:21

Fun active school looking for full time & part time teachers.

Schools location : Haeundae

-Full time:

Working hours: 9am~6pm

Students: Kindergarten and Elementary

Payment: 2.1 or higher depending on experience.

Housing : single or housing allowance

Benefits: medical 50/50, national pension, severance pay, 10 days vacation, one way airfare

Visa sponsorship


-Part time:


Hours- 9:10am-1:50pm

Students: kindergarten ages 5~7

Payment: 1.5~1.6 mil


Hours 1:20pm-5:00pm

Students: kindergarten/Elementary

Payment: 1.2mil


Send your resume with a recent photo to klee317@naver.com

Native English speakers only please.

Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand


Does the school pay monthly contributions into a Pension Plan? :  Yes

July 22 - 31, 2018Schedcation 8.0 started by flying into Mexico...

Recent Blog Posts - Fri, 2019-05-10 02:30

July 22 - 31, 2018

Schedcation 8.0 started by flying into Mexico City, taking a bus to San Miguel de Allende, and then flying out of Leon/Guanajuato (BJX).

The women loved our terrace apartment while the guys had their spot in the heart of La Condesa. 

For museums, we missed out on booking our tickets in time for visiting Casa Luis Barragan, found Soumaya more beautiful on the outside than in, fell in love with Frida all over again at the Blue House, became art at Jumex, and enjoyed the library as art more than usual.

Good things we ate include: tuna tostadas and mezcal at La Capital, tostadas with garlic at La Costilla, tacos at Tacos Tony, al pastor gringa at El Vilsito, chicken sandwich at Cicatriz, snack at Falafelito, breakfast at Ojo de Agua, and churros at Churrería El Moro

After the chartered bus to San Miguel de Allende, we had our own villa in a small, sometimes noisy neighborhood. Within walking distance was Restaurante El Coyote Flaco, where you could walk through the cava el vampiro to see mammoth remains, no joke.

Taking Ubers into and out of town were a little more difficult, but we loved the city. My favorite place we ate was El Pato Barbacoa y Mixiotes, owned by a husband and wife, they’ll treat you like family within minutes of meeting you.

This trip we celebrated 10 years as a completely bootstrapped company. I’m proud of what we worked on and we really deserved all the micheladas we had (and more). 


Hi, I'm Stacy. I'm from Portland, Oregon, USA, and am currently living in Busan, South Korea. Check me out on: Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, Lastfm, and Flickr.


Moving Sale- Woman clothes - take all 25.000 won

Busan Classifieds - Thu, 2019-05-09 21:13

1.TATE winter jacket-5.000 won

2. BANG BANG jacket 5.000 won

3.MICHAEL KORS jacket -5.000 won

4. Dress- 5.000 won

5. GAP jacket-5.000 won

6. H&M vest-5.000 won

7. Hats -5.000 won

8. H&M skirts and short - 5.000 won 

Please contact: 010-4737-8660

How To Say ‘Cosmetics’ In Korean

Recent Blog Posts - Thu, 2019-05-09 17:52
How to Say ‘Cosmetics’ in Korean – 80/20*


     Cosmetics  –화장품 (hwajangpum)


How to remember (association):

     What make-up genre is booming now? (화장품/hwajangpum)

*80/20 Pareto Principle – The 20% you should learn that will give you 80% of the results.


Read on to learn more about how to say ‘cosmetics’ in Korean along with tips for remembering it.


If there is one thing you will absolutely fall in love with once arriving in Korea, if you haven’t already, it’s Korean cosmetics. Particularly for women, but even catering to men now, the quality of Korean cosmetics is incredible. There are a large variety of brands to choose from, and all while prices are mostly affordable, depending on the brand.


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‘Cosmetics’ in Korean

The word for how to say cosmetics in Korean is 화장품 (hwajangpum). The word 화장 (hwajang) means makeup, while the word 품 indicates item – although 품 on its own does not mean anything. The word 화장품 considers all cosmetics products, but generally does not include skin care. See ‘Related Vocabulary‘ below for more on that.

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To remember how to say cosmetics in Korean we’ll create an English association for it. This can be any word, phrase, or image that helps you recall the Korean word and its meaning.

So how can we remember 화장품? This takes a bit of imagination. Let’s break it down.

There are three elements, 화 – 장 – 품, so to remember it better let’s associate them with similar sounding English words.

   화 – what

   장 – genre

   품 – boom

From these we’ll create a story to learn the vocabulary and its meaning.


What make-up genre is booming now? (화장품/hwajangpum)

What associations can you think up to remember 화장품? Let us know in the comments! Remember, the more unique or strange the story is, the easier it is to remember.

  Related Vocabulary 한글 (Korean)PronunciationMeaning 화장품 가게hwajangpum gagecosmetics store 화장품 회사hwajangpum hoesacosmetics company 화장품을 바르다hwajangpumeul bareudaapply cosmetics/put on makeup 화장품을 찍어 바르다hwajangpumeul jjigeo bareudaapply makeup with fingers 기초 화장품gicho hwajangpumskin care products 피부관리pibugwanliskin care 남성용 화장품namseongyong hwajangpummen’s cosmetics 색조 화장품saekjo hwajangpummakeup 천연 화장품cheonyeon hwajangpumnatural cosmetics 주름 방지 크림jureum bangji keurimanti-wrinkle cream 눈썹 펜슬nunsseop penseuleyebrow pencil

A word of caution about Romanization

While it is possible for you to study the words in this article simply by reading their romanized versions, it will come in handy for you to be able to read Hangeul if you ever wish to come to Korea. Hangeul is the Korean alphabet, and not difficult to learn. In fact, you can learn it in just 90 minutes.

After you’ve familiarized yourself with Hangeul, life in Korea will suddenly seem so much easier and the country won’t appear so foreign for you. So, if you’re serious about learning Korean, why not learn Hangeul today?

Sample Sentences


1. 그 회사의 화장품을 어느 나라에서 제일 잘 팔아요? → In which country does that company’s cosmetics products sell the best?

   (geu hoesaui hwajangpumeul eoneu naraeseo jeil jal parayo?)

2. 우리 언니는 비싼 고급 브랜드 화장품만 써요. → My sister only uses high priced top quality brand cosmetics.

   (uri eonnineun bissan gogeup beuraendeu hwajangpumman sseoyo.)

3. 명품 화장품을 좋아해요? → Do you like luxury cosmetics?

   (myeongpum hwajangpumeul joahaeyo?)


1. 내 생각에는 요즘 고급 화장품을 찾기가 힘들어. → In my opinion it’s hard to find good quality makeup products these days.

   (nae saenggageneun yojeum gogeup hwajangpumeul chatgiga himdeureo.)

2. 이 화장품을 어떻게 바르면 될까? → How should I put on this makeup?

   (i hwajangpumeul eotteoke bareumyeon doelkka?)

3. 혹시 TV 홈쇼핑에서 화장품을 사본적 있어? → Do you perhaps have experience in buying cosmetics from a TV home shopping channel?

   (hoksi TV homsyopingeseo hwajangpumeul sabonjeok isseo?)

4. 한국 화장품을 외제 화장품보다 아주 싼값에 구입할 수 있어. → Korean cosmetics are far more affordable than foreign cosmetics.

   (hanguk hwajangpumeul oeje hwajangpumboda aju ssangapse guipal su isseo.)

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Full Time English Native Teacher (prefer Christian Female)

Busan Classifieds - Thu, 2019-05-09 13:13

work hour : M~F / 3~9pm.

Pay : 2.4 mill. + more (depends on Experience) + housing allowance support + M. Insur. + 4weeks vacation.


If you need more info. Ask to me thru email.


**Looking for 3 teachers full-time in Changwon and Asan. Apply now**

Busan Jobs - Thu, 2019-05-09 11:39

Hello! We are looking for 3 good teachers to start in July and August


Changwon position #20190508 - 2 teachers

1. Start date : July

2. Working Hours : 1 - 9 pm

3. 30 teaching hours per week (writing, vocabulary, story-telling)

4. Students : Elementary-Middle

5. Salary : 2.1~2.3 mil.

6. Housing Style : Studio with full options

7. Vacation : 10 days per year

8. Benefits : Airfare, Severance Pay, Health Insurance, Pension


Asan position #20190509 - 1 teacher (North American preferable)


1. Start date : mid August

2. Working Hours : 1 - 9 pm

3.Students : Elementary-Middle

5. Salary : from 2.2 mil.

6. Housing Style : Studio with full options

7. Vacation : 10 days per year

8. Benefits : Airfare, Severance Pay, Health Insurance, Pension


Please send your CV & photo with the number you are intersted in to:



Have a nice day!


Does the school pay monthly contributions into a Pension Plan? :  Yes Are you a licensed recruiter? :  Yes

Moving sale- Baby stuffs- Take all for 30.000 won

Busan Classifieds - Thu, 2019-05-09 11:13

Stuffed toys (Elmo includes sound): 5.000 won

Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat: 5.000 won

 New Carters Baby Book- Record of Baby first five years: 10.000 won 

Edu Ball + Cash Register: 15.000 won 

Baby swimming suit 6-9 months + baby neck float: 5.000 won

New onesie 18-24 months: 5.000 won

Mobile toy with sound: 5.000 won

Panda onesie size 80: 5.000 won

Fisher Price Baby Playmat/ gym: 5.000 won


Please contact: 010-4737-8660

Bye, Korea

Recent Blog Posts - Thu, 2019-05-09 02:30

I taught English in Busan, Korea for a year, ending June 2011. I remember the dread I felt flying to Portland then. I left Portland again and returned to Korea February 2013. I felt like I was home. Since then, I’ve quit teaching and I’ve been working remotely for almost four years. When I flew back to Portland in August 2017, without any intention of coming back to South Korea, butterflies (different from before) filled my stomach.

I love Korea and it’s been a great experience living there. I love learning more about where I come from and improving on the language. I also know in my heart that I’m American and that I want to create my home in the U.S.

For the last month in Korea, I walked around as if in a trance. I can’t believe how much time has passed and how much life has changed. I miss singing along with my appliances (i.e. rice cooker and washing machine) and waking up with tinfoil in my bed because I fell asleep eating kimbap

I feel nostalgic for a time, as well as places, which is an overwhelming feeling. It’s scary to think of returning to Korea, and think of the last time I left, as if no time had passed at all. Time goes fast, life is short, and the impermanence of things is hitting me harder than it ever has.

I did SO much in Korea, met amazing people, ate all the things, and had amazing experiences. But, still, I know I can’t do everything I wanted to do or do things again. There are so many places to go in this world, but maybe I’ll be back. Because I obsessively make lists, here’s a list of places I wanted to experience but didn’t make the time for:

  • Andong Traditional Folk Village - Rural Korea is a sharp contrast from the fast-paced neon and concrete cityscapes. I never went to the mask festival at the end of September and beginning of October each year. Apparently this is the town for some awesome chicken, as well.
  • Anyang Art Park (안양예술공원) - This a cool park in Anyang City that’s free and a photo dream. You can get off at Anyang Station (Line 1) and take bus number 2 to the park. It’s a very large place and it might be a bit confusing, but so many photo worthy spots. Definitely wear walking shoes and bring water in this heat! 
  • Beopgi basin - Nestled in the mountains just 45 minutes north of Busan. Renting a car and visiting Hongryong Falls (홍룡폭포) would be a great way to spend a day.
  • Beopjusa temple stay - Literally “Mountain Removed from Worldliness,” Songnisan is where the 7th-century Buddhist Beopjusa temple is still located. It has the largest buddha in Korea
  • Bukchon Village - I’ve been here before but really wanted to visit this picturesque neighborhood again. It’s flanked by two palaces —Gyeongbok Palace to the west and Changdeok Palace to the east— this village has the largest cluster of privately owned traditional Korean wooden homes or hanok in Seoul. The easiest way to get to Bukchon in Seoul is to go out Anguk Station (subway line 3) Exit 3.
  • I really wanted to go to Chuncheon/Gapyeong again just to eat the Dak Galbi (닭갈비). I could eat dalkkalbi every day, and it really is the best where it was invented. The two best places are “Tong Na Mu Jip” and “1.5.″
  • I’ve been to Geoje several times, but, yeah, I want to go again. I’d love to hike up Mt. Daegumsan, take a short boat ride to Oedo Island, and ride the zipline at Deokpo Beach.
  • Jeonju - I’d like to try the bibimbap and visit the Hanok Village (전주 한옥마을). 
  • Jirisan - What a shame that I never made it to the top of this mountain. I’ll always cherish the lovely trips I’ve had out there and only wish I could have spent more time there.
  • Kimchi Museum - I walked by this place so many times in Insadong but never went. Where else in the world will you be able to go to a museum solely dedicated to the Korean staple, kimchi? Kimchi, or seasoned fermented vegetables, is at the heart of Korean culture and its food and is usually eaten with every meal. There are 187 different documented types, ranging from kimchi of different ripeness levels to water kimchi, cucumber kimchi, and radish kimchi varieties. In addition, it is not uncommon for Korean households to have refrigerators solely dedicated for the storage of kimchi. At the museum, you can taste 7-8 different types of kimchi, view bacteria found in kimchi under a microscope, and even learn how to make kimchi in the education room. 
  • Oh, to see Kyeongju again. Korea used to be divided into three major kingdoms (Silla, Baekje, and Goguryeo) until the Silla kingdom conquered the other kingdoms and made Gyeongju the capital. Gyeongju remained the capital of this region for approximately 1000 years, leading to the creation of a number of archaeological treasures that are well worth your time.
  • On several visits to Seoul, I missed out visiting a Hanbok Cafe in Insadong or the Princess Diary Cafe outside Exit 3 of the Ehwa Women’s University subway station. These dress cafes give you the opportunity to wear a Korean traditional dress or wedding dress at rental prices of 15,000₩ ~ 40,000₩ an hour. 
  • The Robo Life Museum in Pohang does require a reservation but looks pretty awesome. Some are miniature robots programmed to be Psy back up dancers, some are robotic fish that swim, and some are robotic seals designed for therapy. 
  • Seonyudo sits off the west coast of the peninsula, 90 minutes from Gunsan by boat.
  • Seoraksan again. It was so lovely in the fall –but I see endless beauty in every season.
  • Seoul Fortress Trail, the Naksan section covers an enjoyable scenic route from Hansung University Station and the Hyehwa Gate traveling south alongside Naksan Park and Ihwa Mural Village until you arrive in the crowded, neon streets of Dongdaemun with the landmark Dongdaemun Gate at the foot of the pathway. The route itself doesn’t take too long to cover with sunset a recommended time to visit so as to enjoy the spectacular views across the city at their finest. Accessible from Hansung University Station, Seoul Subway Line 4 Exit 4.
  • Seoul Palaces - There are a lot of them (e.g. Gyeonghui Palace. Deoksugung, Changdeokgung, Changgyeonggung, Gyeongbokgung) and many are near each other. I always planned to see them all but ultimately got a distracted or bored. 
  • Seoul Forest - This park was opened in 2005 and features absolute beauty. It’s a bit of a trip from downtown Seoul, but I’ve heard it has five connected parks and it’s possible to see deer Located outside Seoul Forest Station (Subway Bundang Line) Exit 3. 
  • Uponeup (우포늪) is the largest and oldest wetland area in Korea, a protected area that dates back to times when dinosaurs ruled the world. A favouite with Korean photographers due to the unspoiled setting and views that the wetlands offer up, it sounds like a romantic weekend.
  • Yeosu is a port city on South Korea’s East China Sea coast. I haven’t researched what to do there but I’ve always wanted to visit.
  • I don’t know much about the city of Yulpo but when my friend Allison went, she couldn’t wait to share: “I just spent three days there and visited the big tea plantation ten minutes away (TWICE!). It’s a tiny farm village next to an empty beach. And there is a green tea spa on the beach. It was heaven.”

Alright, Korea, maybe next time.

Selling In Good Condition and Cheap (BIKE and RAM for Laptop)

Busan Classifieds - Wed, 2019-05-08 23:13

Hello guys,

I wanna sell my MOUNTAIN BIKE and RAM  Samsung 4GB 2Rx8 PC3 - 12800S - 11 - 11 -F3 for the laptop.

All stuff in Good conditions and still function normally.

The prices for Mountain Bike is 65K Won and RAM for Laptop is 30K Won (OBO)

we can meet if you need around Pukyong National University, Busan

and Call my number: 01034090511 

Kakao Id: bmaldi91

Thank you.

Cuisinart Grind & Brew Thermal 10 Cup Automatic Coffeemaker

Busan Classifieds - Wed, 2019-05-08 23:13

Cuisinart Grind & Brew Thermal 10 Cup Automatic Coffeemaker
***Selling because: preparing to move
***About: great coffee maker that can grind beans, can be timed to brew automatically, and can make a big pot of coffee if you have guests. Bought new from Costco in Korea a few years ago, I'm the only owner, and it's still in excellent condition. 
***Specs: https://www.cuisinart.com/…/applian…/coffee_makers/dgb-650bc
***Price: 100,000krw. 
***Pickup: Gwangan
PM my Kakao if interested. My ID is: hardysmiles

Midnight by Overandback (Dishware Set)

Busan Classifieds - Wed, 2019-05-08 23:13
Midnight by Overandback (Dishware Set) I’d like to sell this beautiful dishware set which is in great condition. 3 x Big Plates (27cm diameter)3 x Medium Plates (21cm diameter)3 x Shallow Bowls (18cm diameter, 6cm depth)4 x Deep Bowls (14cm diameter, 8cm depth) ₩15,000 OBO Call/text 01ZERO-4456-628THREEI’m located on the beach in Gwangan for pickup only. 

Plastic Drawers, Full Length Mirror, and Shelf For Sale

Busan Classifieds - Wed, 2019-05-08 23:13
I'm leaving Korea so these items must go. Willing to negotiate. Busan Only. Pick up only. 2 Bono House plastic drawers - 1.50kg  550(W) x 400(D) x 1010(H)mm - 30,000₩ each Small Plastic Drawer - 15,000₩ Full length mirror - 1kg 1550mm x 300mm -15,000₩ Wooden Box Shelf - 5,000₩

4K TV, Vaccuum cleaner, microwave, office chair for sale!

Busan Classifieds - Wed, 2019-05-08 23:13
I have a nice 4k 43" TV from Wasabi for sale, in great condition. I bought it new last winter and it's been sitting on my TV bench since then. Great picture quality, can be tested on the spot. Remote included.bought it for over 500,000₩. Asking 200,000₩ Samsung vaccuum cleaner 1200W for sale, great condition and it's really powerful, unlike those smaller handheld ones, bought it for 200,000 last december, asking 50,000₩ Samsung microwave, in almost new condition, works great. 30,000₩ No name rice cooker in good condition, 10,000₩ Office chair from emart. The one with full back support, arm rests, head rest and blue seat. Bought it for 100,000 a few months ago and now asking 30,000₩ for it I have a lot of kitchenware if someone wants to come and collect for free.

Nothing's Really Real Podcast: (Ep 57) Skin On Sundays

Recent Blog Posts - Wed, 2019-05-08 20:22
Nothing's Really Real Podcast: (Ep 57) Skin On Sundays

Skin on Sundays is a project created by Jessica Lakritz. Jessica makes physiopoetry, where she combines her own poetry with the physical canvas of the human body. We talk about her art, her life, the flat earth, anger management, herpes and how lucky we are for dogs. We discuss the excessive amount of dick pics Jessica receives in her DMs, and the environment women endure online. She also reads a poem from her book, Seasons of Yourself.

 Jessica shares a very sincere and personal Memory of Regret, and I share a very light and kinda yucky one. You can see and learn more about Skin on Sundays at the website, skinonsundays.com and Instagram.com/skinonsundays/ If you enjoy the show, please recommend it to a friend, leave a review on iTunes or whatever app you listen to podcasts on – and remember I love ya.

 Nothing's Really Real Podcast:  Soundcloud    Stitcher    iTunesKoreabridge.net/NothingsReallyReal

3 level Shelf- Table- Heater- Iron- Take all 15.000 won

Busan Classifieds - Wed, 2019-05-08 19:13

1. 3 Level Shelf-5.000 won

2.Table -5.000 won

3. Heater -10.000 won

4. Iron -5.000 won 

or Take ALL 15.000 won

please contact 010-4737-8660

Full Time English Native Teacher - prefer Christian Female

Busan Jobs - Wed, 2019-05-08 18:56

work hour : M~F / 3~9pm.

Pay : 2.4 mill. + more (depends on Experience) + housing allowance support + M. Insur. + 4weeks vacation.


If you need more info. Ask to me thru email.


books, dog items

Busan Classifieds - Wed, 2019-05-08 17:13

Books are 3 for 10,000w


Dog cage - 12,000 w

23.5 x 17 x 20.5 inches 

large pee pad - 7,000w

26 x 17.25 inches

Full time teacher needed in Busan - June start

Busan Jobs - Wed, 2019-05-08 13:13

Hi everyone, 

We are looking for someone to join our team as a full time English teacher here at KJC in Guseo, Busan.

Start Date: June 2019

Salary: 2.1 Mil (negotiable based on experience and qualifications)

Days and hours: Mon-Fri: 2-10pm

Benefits: All standard benefits provided (housing, pension, insurance, severance pay, etc.)

Vacations: 10 days, plus national holidays

Students: From 1st grade elementary to 3rd grade middle school. 

If you are interested in the position, please send your resume and a recent photo of yourself to: Ferdinand at 'busanheadteacher@gmail.com' 

**We are only looking for teachers already in Korea, who are available for an in-person interview. 

We are only accepting applications from the following countries:

USA, UK, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, Canada.**

  Does the school pay monthly contributions into a Pension Plan? :  Yes Are you a licensed recruiter? :  No
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