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King Size Air Mattress (with cover and sheets)

Busan Classifieds - Mon, 2019-05-13 11:13

Air Mattress King Size  —  $139.99

- Reliable mattress brand offering great back support and no sagging.

- Built-in Pump to inflate and deflate the mattress (can also bedone manually)

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01IA86QYW/ref=oh_aui_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

SafeRest King Size Premium Hypoallergenic Waterproof Mattress Protector  —  $34.95

- Vinyl Free

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003PWK2A8/ref=oh_aui_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

Nestl Bedding 4 Piece Sheet Set  —  $31.99

- 1800 Deep Pocket Bed Sheet Set which is perfect for this mattress

- Hotel Luxury Double Brushed Microfiber

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00VANOC5U/ref=oh_aui_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

These were ordered from Amazon and cost an additional $60+ for shipping.

They’ve only been used twice and are clean (like new).

 

I’m looking for 185,000

Text me at O10-4456-628THREE

Thanks!

Looking for a proofreader, will pay per page!

Busan Jobs - Mon, 2019-05-13 10:06
Looking for someone who can proofread my writing for youtube videos. Will pay per page. Standard price is 5000 won per page. Also someone who wants to be a business partner for travel videos would be a plus.

55in 4K TV (W350,000)

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

Get your 4K TV just in time for the last two episodes of Game of Thrones! (Or NBA Playoffs. Or anything you like to watch ^^)

 

The brand is Karena, but they use a Samsung display. Only the internal hardware is different. The resolution and quality is the same as a Samsung 4K TV.

 

I bought it here. Click to find the specs and more detailed info!

http://www.tmon.co.kr/deal/1763597226?opt_deal_srl=1763600394&NaPm=ct%3Djvg6w074%7Cci%3D17a706c77469b10b907f5128f67e34a286698399%7Ctr%3Dslsl%7Csn%3D221844%7Chk%3D63b34acf31982b7b64e7edcd974bc3cd50c5b7f7&coupon_srl=2309886&utm_source=naver&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_term=&utm_content=&utm_campaign=META_%EB%84%A4%EC%9D%B4%EB%B2%84%EC%A7%80%EC%8B%9D%EC%87%BC%ED%95%91

Pick-up 5 minutes from City Hall Station.

Thanks for looking!

Moving Sale - Rice Cooker, Heating Mat, and Blanket

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

I'm helping my friend who just left South Korea for good to sell her stuff.

Asking for :

  • Blanket = 10.000 krw

It's large and thick, enough for double bed and suitable for winter. She barely use it after bought it a few months ago because her room is warm already. Real price = 40.000 krw.

  • Rice cooker = 7.000 krw

It has a lot of scratches but it still works perfectly.

  • Heating mat = 7.000 krw

It still works just fine.

If you're interested please contact me through

kakaotalk : kusumabetha

or message : 01030750057 

You can check the condition in my room near to Pusan National University. 

Price is negotiable, thank you.

Need transportation Seoul to Geoje one way

Busan Classifieds - Sun, 2019-05-12 19:13

Hello!

   I need transportation for myself and our Pug (dog) May 16th or 17th? ASAP!!

My dear friend has been pug-sitting for  a few months while I was gone and now it is time to return from my travels and transport us both to my apartment in Geoje!

Paying for gas and time, tolls....open to offers!!

You can text me...however, I cannot text back (out of service)

010-8012-0711

I have Kakoa:

ID: esc711@gmail.com

Thank you so much!!

Elizabeth OCarroll


How to get started teaching English in a country w/ no job lined up and only $250

Recent Blog Posts - Sun, 2019-05-12 18:48

First off I am not advising that you do this. I previously wrote about how much money you need to move to Asia with to get started working as an English teacher.

And that was based on an ideal.

But...

Sometimes you can't get the money together or things just aren't ideal. So let's say you get there, but you only have a little money to your name and all of your documents ready.

How can you make it work?

Well, I know you can because I have been close to broke many times in a foreign land and I still made it work.

First off..

Don't go to Reddit and r/tefl and ask this question. That forum and many of the other Reddit forums are full of pragmaticists and naysayers.

My experience...

I pretty much moved to every place I ever taught in Asia (China, Korea, Taiwan) with about $2000 to my name and no job lined up. It took about a month or more to find suitable work. 

And I currently live in Japan and moved here with maybe $3000, but I don't teach English now.

Anyways...

I know that's probably what you don't want to hear if you only have $200 to your name. 

But in China, Korea and Taiwan it took time for me to find decent places because I was a little picky. Also having an urgent need for money will make you act because if your need is not urgent then you can procrastinate.

So how can you make it work?

It's possible. Don't doubt it my friend. You can do it. Here's how...

1. Look for sub jobs

Look for positions working as a substitute English teacher in the city you are located in. Many of the big cities have local expat sites where they advertise jobs that may be long or short term.

These short term positions can be good for a few reasons, but for you they are good because you can get some cash after you work.

These positions can last anywhere from a day to a week or even more. And you can negotiate with the school as to when you get paid, but it's possible to get paid after your first day.

2. Find free housing (3 ways)

A big expense for you is going to be housing and if you don't want to pitch a tent then you need some place to stay right?

So first...

Go to hostels and see if you can do some work for them to get a free bed. Often hostels will "employ" people to make beds and clean for a free place to stay.

If you can't find a hostel then you can look into volunteer programs like Workaway or WWOOF and see if they have any positions near you. WWOOFing positions are often rural, but you can check. And Workaway positions can be both rural and urban.

If options one and two don't work for you check out Couchsurfing and see if you can find a place to stay with someone for the short term or at least for a few days.

3. Ask for an advance in pay

So if you are looking for a job then it's entirely possible that you could get an advance in pay if you ask. Now you should know that most private institutes in Asia will pay a month and a half later or close to that.

So let's say that you start your job on May 1st in a private academy. Chances are that you won't get paid your salary until the 10th to 15th of June.

But..

In Taiwan and Korea after I found work there I was pretty short on cash and I asked my employer for an advance and they did. I think they might have made me work a week or so before they did that though.

So just ask.

And if they don't want to help then that might be a sign that you don't want to work there. Also I wouldn't ask this question until they offer you a job.

Conclusion

It's entirely possible to get started teaching English in a foreign country with just a little money to your name. It's not ideal and it can be difficult, but it's possible. 

If you look for positions as a substitute teacher you can get some cash in the short term. And if you look at volunteer positions, working in a hostel or Couchsurfing you can find free housing.

And if you just ask your new employer for an advance and tell them your situation it's possible that they will advance you some money before payday.

Lastly, always do your research before you go because some countries will require paperwork like apostilled diplomas, certificates, criminal background checks, etc. to get a job.

And those things take time and cost money.

 ESLinsiderThings You Probably Didn't Know About Teaching English In Asia, But Should Know

Glasslock sealed containers

Busan Classifieds - Sun, 2019-05-12 13:13

Glasslock sealed containers

 

I’m going to sell 9 Glasslock sealed containers.

L x W x D

16 x 12 x 6

 

I used them for holding stuff.

The stuff they were holding is now gone, so they don’t really suit my lifestyle.

You can now use them to hold your stuff.

They can hold berries, carrot sticks, dismembered fingers, etc.

 

I bought them for ~7,000₩ each

I’ve decided to list the price as 3,000₩ per unit, 4 for 10,000₩, or 20,000₩ for the set of 9!

 

They have been thoroughly hand washed (with clean hands), and have stunning blue and green seals.

 

Please message me @ O1O-4456-628THREE with any detailed inquiries.

 

Thank-you

 

Microwave- 10.000 won

Busan Classifieds - Sun, 2019-05-12 11:13

Please contact 010-4737-8669

Trump’s ‘Clash of Civilizations’ with China: Huntington’s Model doesn’t even work in East Asia

Recent Blog Posts - Sun, 2019-05-12 10:31
Trump’s ‘Clash of Civilizations’ with China


This is a re-post of an essay I wrote for The National Interest a week ago.

Basically my argument is that even if you are a hawk on China and see it as an emerging competitor or even threat to the US, the clash of civilizations framework is a weak analytical model by which to understand Sino-US tension.

The big problem is that Huntington builds his civilizations everywhere else in the world around religion, but in East Asia he can’t, because that would make China and Japan – who are intense competitors – allies in a Confucian civilization. Making Japan and China allies would be ridiculous, so Huntington can’t use Confucianism as a civilization, even thought that so obviously fits his model for East Asia. Hence, Huntington falls back on national labels, identifying separate ‘Sinic’ and ‘Nipponic’ civilizations. This ad hoc prop-up of the theory undercuts Huntington’s whole point of arguing that national distinctions are giving way to civilizational ones and that therefore we should think of future conflicts as between civilizations, not nation-states. Well, apparently East Asia didn’t make that shift; conflict here is still nationalized. So

There are other issues I bring up as well, but that’s the main problem. Please read the essay after the jump…

 

 

Kiron Skinner, the Director of Policy Planning for the US State Department, ignited a controversy last week when she analogized Sino-US competition to a clash of civilizations. There has been a good deal of pushback from international relations academics (here, here). Many noted that Samuel Huntington’s famous thesis (article, book) has not actually been born out much. There have not in fact been wars since his writing that have been as epochal as the ‘civilizational’ label would suggest. And Skinner’s particular comment that China will be America’s first “great power competitor that is not Caucasian” sparked a lot of extra controversy that ‘civilization’ was being use as rhetorical cover for the Trump administration’s persistent flirtation with white nationalism.

But one problem in all this not yet pointed out is how poorly Huntington’s model actually fits the dynamics of conflict in East Asia. The argument got its greatest boost from the post-9/11 war on terrorism. There, religious conservatives – on both sides ironically – saw the conflict as much as a millennial clash between Islam and Christianity, as between the US and rather small, if radical, terrorist networks. Huntington’s book was even re-issued with a cover depicting a collision between Islam and the US. But in East Asia, the thesis really struggles.

The central variable defining Huntington’s civilizations is religion. This is why the argument feels so intuitive for the war on terror, where religion is a powerful, obvious undercurrent. But in East Asia, religious conflict was never as sharp as in the West, Middle East, and South Asia. Nor did religion define polities in East Asia as sharply. Confucianism and Buddhism were obviously socially influential, but they generated nothing like the wars of the Reformation or the jihads of early Islam.

So while much of the world is coded by Huntington via religion, he struggles to use that in East Asia. Instead, he falls back on nationality mostly – coding China, the Koreas, and Vietnam as ‘Sinic’ and Japan as ‘Nipponic.’ He also suggested a Buddhist civilization in southeast Asia, as well as Mongolia and Sri Lanka.

All this is analytically pretty messy, however interesting. First, the most obvious benchmark for Huntington to use in East Asia, since he focuses on the world’s major religions elsewhere, is Confucianism. Whether coded as a social philosophy or religion, there is little doubt that Confucius’ writings had a huge impact on China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam. But if Huntington had done the obvious and tagged a Confucian civilization including these four players, he would have made the laughably inaccurate argument that those states are natural, i.e., cultural/religious/civilizational, allies.

In reality of course, there is a lot of traditional national interest-style conflict – the kind Huntington says has been replaced by civilizational bloc-building – in the Confucian space. China and Japan are obvious competitors, and the East China Sea is a serious potential hot-spot now. The Koreas are still very far apart ideologically, and neither feels much affective affinity for China or Japan. And China and Vietnam also sliding toward competition in the South China Sea.

So Huntington is stuck; his model does not work in northeast Asia. So to save it, he carves out Japan as a separate civilization defined by nationality, not religion, with little explanation. He then lumps the Koreas and Vietnam under a Chinese-nationality defined ‘Sinic’ civilization, which, in my teaching experience, Korean and Vietnamese readers find either typical American ignorance or vaguely offensive.

The Buddhist civilization of southeast Asia struggles analytically too. Do Mongolia, Thailand, and Sri Lanka have enough in common to bin together? Why isn’t South Korea, where Buddhism was long influential and still very much alive, put into this civilization? Do these states communicate or cooperate with each other in any way that much reasonably defined as ‘buddhistic’? The answer is almost certainly that Huntington did not know or really care that much – likely as he did not know what to do with non-Arab Africa, so he just labels it all one ‘African’ civilization and moves on.

The thesis was really designed to explain the collisions in southeastern Europe (the Balkan wars of the 1990s) and the Middle East between Muslim-majority states and their neighbors, and this is where it continues to be most persuasive when taught. In east Asia though, it falls down pretty quickly. The units of analysis (civilizations) are not constructed in that region around the variable (religion) which Huntington uses elsewhere, and the conflicts of the region have little to do with religion, because organized religion was not as influential in East Asia’s political past as it was elsewhere.

So if this is to be the Trump model for US foreign policy – and it certainly seems to be the administration’s preferred mode to address Islam – it will lead to bizarre predictions and behaviors. The ‘Confucians,’ Buddhists, and East Asian ‘non-Caucasians’ are not going to ally against the United States. China, for all its ‘Sinic’ cultural difference from the West is also, obviously, deeply influenced by Western political thought – most obviously Marxism-Leninism, and, today, capitalism.

We may well fall into a cold war with China; prospects for a benign, or at least transactional, Sino-US relationship are narrowing. But there is no need to over-read that competition as an epochal civilizational clash and thereby make it worse and more intractable. That kind of thinking applied to 9/11 lead to wild overreaction, as we read salafist-jihadist networks as a far greater threat than they were. If we do that with China, which really is very powerful, our competition with it will be that much sharper and irresolvable.

Robert E Kelly
Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science & Diplomacy
Pusan National University

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Teach Motivated Adults in Busan, Seongnam, or Seoul: July ~ September Starts

Busan Jobs - Sun, 2019-05-12 07:07
Full-Time Adult EFL Teaching Positions: June ~ September Start Dates YBM Language Institutes is searching for dynamic and professional instructors to join its teams in Busan, Seongnam, and Seoul. Instructors with the adult EFL programs are offered contracts whose conditions are guaranteed by its corporate office (no franchises) and supported by a company whose reputation is second to none. Working with English speaking academic supervisors and administrative staff, instructors are provided with complete support and assistance to help students meet their language development goals through Speaking, Topic Discussion, Business English, and English for Academic Purposes classes. Instructors make use of texts, standardized lessons / supplements, and materials designed by teachers themselves. Small group and one-to-one classes with adult learners provide each instructor with a meaningful teaching experience as well as opportunities for professional development. LOCATIONS & START DATES All positions listed below are for full-time instructors. Applicants must be available to attend paid training sessions in the last week of the month preceding their intended start dates. Teaching begins as of the first weekday on or closest to the 1st of the month. Busan • YBM Seomyun – September Seongnam • YBM Bundang – June/July Seoul • YBM Kondae – July • YBM Shinchon - August • YBM Gangnam – July ~ September INSTRUCTOR BENEFITS • PREPAID, round trip airfare to and from Korea. • Visa processing costs reimbursed. • Paid pre-service training and accommodation. • Base salary up to 2.4 million won per month. • Key money for housing deposit PLUS monthly housing allowance. • Minimum of 10 days paid vacation + Korean national holidays. • Severance bonus equal to one month’s salary, per year of employment • Employer contributions to national medical insurance and pension plans. INSTRUCTOR WORKING HOURS • Six 50-minute classes per day, 25 teaching hours per week, Monday – Friday. • Opportunities for Saturday classes (at above-overtime rate). INSTRUCTOR QUALIFICATIONS • Positive, energetic outlook and demeanor. • Hold a valid passport and undergraduate diploma from Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, the United States, or the United Kingdom. • Formal EFL teaching experience with adult learners, and/or CELTA, TEFL certification (preferred). • Demonstrated student/service oriented experience (preferred). TO APPLY To apply for any of the positions above, email the following documents to the national academic director for YBM Language Institutes at gregstapleton@ybm.co.kr : • Cover letter & resume (including contact information, educational/employment history, and employment references). • Scanned copy of passport information page • Scanned copy of federal-level criminal record check, no older than six-months from time of issuance, with affixed apostille (notarized copy of a fingerprint-based RCMP check for Canadian citizens). • Scanned copy of university diploma with affixed apostille (notarized for Canadian citizens). • Recent photo. • Indication of preferred starting dates and locations (see above listings). • If residing / working in Korea: scanned copy of Alien Registration Card (front and back), signed and dated letter of release from employer, and copies of the above mentioned documents as previously submitted to the Korea Immigration Services. The complete set of documents is required for all applicants, regardless of intended full or part-time position, current visa status, and prior length of stay in the Republic of Korea. No interviews will be scheduled for any position unless all the documents listed above are submitted via email. Founded in 1961, YBM publishes the Korean language edition of National Geographic, and is official test administrator for TOEIC and the Microsoft Office User exams in Korea. As the largest and most respected education-based corporation in Korea, YBM offers upwardly mobile career opportunities throughout through all its publishing, testing, and academies divisions. Does the school pay monthly contributions into a Pension Plan? :  Yes

Moving sale- Baby stuffs

Busan Classifieds - Sat, 2019-05-11 23:13

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

DJI Spark drone fly combo for sale - excellent condition

Busan Classifieds - Sat, 2019-05-11 21:13

DJI Spark drone for sale - a year old, but like new. It is the fly combo so includes a controller, 2 spare batteries (3 batteries total) and spare propellers. Also includes a case. Looking to sell for 340,000 koreon won or nearest offer. Only selling as we also have another drone and are travelling so don't have space for 2.

10Urgent jobs, D,F,E2,Biz eng, Pyengtak, Osan, Incheon, Youngin, Busan, Dangjin

Busan Jobs - Sat, 2019-05-11 19:42

★★ 20 Awesome Jobs, Biz English, Full, Part time, Adult job, Nice, Big Cities!   Cool beach areas Public & Private school, Recruiter Job! F visa, E2, Seoul, Busan,Youngin , Incheon, Gyenggido, Cheongju, Osan, Ilsan, Bungdang,Dongtan, Suwon, Songdo! We make a difference for an Excellent Service! We provide you with Structured and Progressive Recruiting Service!

 

We have more than 70 English school clients.

We would be of much help to find good schools that suit you the best.

If qualified & interested in any of these positions, please email at jnychoe@gmail.com with the following:

 1. Recent Resume (.doc) No PDF

 2. Recent Photo (.jpg) Recent photo

 3. VISA Status in Korea

 4. Nationality

 5. Current Location /area of preference

 To speed up the application process please note the position you are applying for in the subject of your email or the areas you would like to apply for! (Title PLZ!)

 

Due to the high number of applicants for our positions, only applicants with the following attachments will be considered quickly for our positions.

 

1. Recent Resume

 2. Recent Photo

 3. Visa status

 4. Copy of diploma

 5. Nationality

 6. Copy of Passport

 7. Apostilled Federal Criminal Background Check (issued within last 6 months)

 8. Original or copy of Apostilled Diploma & Transcript

 

* Required documents & Qualification to apply for this position

 1. Native English speakers from USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Ireland, and South Africa

 2. Hold 3 or 4 year university degree in any major (BA/BS/ BEd degree or higher)

 3. Resume with a recent photo / Copy of diploma / degree

 4. Alien registration card (front and back)

 (A recent photo should be attached in your resume.)

 

1. ASAP, Pyengtak, D,F, E2 visa, 10am to 2pm, Nice good school, every other Sat

 

1. Working Hours: 10am to 2pm

 

Current dates: 5/25, 6/8, 7/6, 7/20, 8/3, 8/31 / from Sept every other Sat

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 35,000 won to 50,000 won per hour

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Start: ASAP

 

2. June, Biz Eng, D,F, E2 visa, Sungsu station, Seoul, 3pm to 4pm, Nice good school, every other Sat

 

1. Working Hours: 3pm to 4pm Tues Wed Thurs

2. Students: 1 adult student

3. Salary: 40,000 won per hour

4. Start: June 1st

 

3. ASAP, Osan station, near Seoul, 2.5mil, all benefits, F, E2, Bilingual F4, Korean, 1.30pm to 9pm, Nice good school

 

1. Working Hours: 1.30pm to 9pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 2.2-2.5mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing- furnished single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: ASAP

 

4. Urgent, Incheon, Chengra, 2 weeks temp jobs, F, D visa, E2

 

1. Working Hours: 1.30pm to 9pm

2. Students: Elementary, kindy

3. Salary: 1.2 mil to 1.4 mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing- furnished single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: ASAP

 

 

5. July 1, Youngin, 9am to 6pm, all benefits, Nice good school

 

1. Working Hours: 

2. Students: Elementary, kindy

3. Salary: 2.3 mil to 2.6 mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing- furnished single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: July 1st week or 2nd week

 

 

6. ASAP, May, Busan city, Beach area, 2.5mil, all benefits, F visa, E2, 10.30am to 6.30pm, Nice good school

 

A Korean teacher is at the door to help a NATIVE teacher if kindergarten

students have to go to the toilet etc.

5 native teachers and 5 Korean teachers per class

 

1. Teaching Hours: 10.30am to around 6pm/ Sometimes class is finished at 4.30pm 10am to 10.30am is prep time.

2. Students: Kindy, Elementary

3. Salary: 2.2-2.5mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing-Single housing or housing allowance

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: ASAP and End of May

 

7. Urgent, Chungnam city, 1 or 2 weeks,1pm to 8pm, Nice good CEO, good school

 

1. Working Hours: 1pm to 8pm Class from 2pm M to F

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 100,000 won per day

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Housing-Single housing

6. Start: ASAP May 28 to June 7th M to F

 

8. July 1, Dongtan, 9am to 6pm, all benefits, Nice good school- 2 jobs

 

1. Working Hours: 9am-6pm on M, W, F ; 9am-7pm on T, Th

 

2. Students: Elementary, kindy

3. Salary: 2.3 mil to 2.6 mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing- furnished single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: July 1st week or 2nd week

 

 

 

9. July 1st, Suwon, F visa, E2, Adult, Nice good school, No F4 visa

 

1. Working Hours: 7am to 11am or / 6pm to 10pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 15,000 to 17,000won per hour

4. Air fare- One way ticket

5. Start: July 1st

 

10. July 1st, Suwon, 2.5mil, all benefits, F visa, E2, Adult, Nice good school

 

1. Working Hours: 7am to 11am / 6pm to 10pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 2.2-2.5mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing-Single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: July 1st

Does the school pay monthly contributions into a Pension Plan? :  Yes Are you a licensed recruiter? :  Yes AttachmentSize 2019 May 11th - 20 jobs.pdf197.9 KB

20 Part, FT Jobs, Seoul, Busan Ilsan, Bungdang, Dongtan, Suwon, Cheungju,Youngin

Busan Jobs - Sat, 2019-05-11 19:30

★★ 20 Awesome Jobs, Biz English, Full, Part time, Adult job, Nice, Big Cities!   Cool beach areas Public & Private school, Recruiter Job! F visa, E2, Seoul, Busan,Youngin , Incheon, Gyenggido, Cheongju, Osan, Ilsan, Bungdang,Dongtan, Suwon, Songdo! We make a difference for an Excellent Service! We provide you with Structured and Progressive Recruiting Service!

 

We have more than 70 English school clients.

We would be of much help to find good schools that suit you the best.

If qualified & interested in any of these positions, please email at jnychoe@gmail.com with the following:

 1. Recent Resume (.doc) No PDF

 2. Recent Photo (.jpg) Recent photo

 3. VISA Status in Korea

 4. Nationality

 5. Current Location /area of preference

 To speed up the application process please note the position you are applying for in the subject of your email or the areas you would like to apply for! (Title PLZ!)

 

Due to the high number of applicants for our positions, only applicants with the following attachments will be considered quickly for our positions.

 

1. Recent Resume

 2. Recent Photo

 3. Visa status

 4. Copy of diploma

 5. Nationality

 6. Copy of Passport

 7. Apostilled Federal Criminal Background Check (issued within last 6 months)

 8. Original or copy of Apostilled Diploma & Transcript

 

* Required documents & Qualification to apply for this position

 1. Native English speakers from USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Ireland, and South Africa

 2. Hold 3 or 4 year university degree in any major (BA/BS/ BEd degree or higher)

 3. Resume with a recent photo / Copy of diploma / degree

 4. Alien registration card (front and back)

 (A recent photo should be attached in your resume.)

 

1. ASAP, D,F, E2 visa, 10am to 2pm, Nice good school, every other Sat

 

1. Working Hours: 10am to 2pm

 

Current dates: 5/25, 6/8, 7/6, 7/20, 8/3, 8/31 / from Sept every other Sat

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 35,000 won to 50,000 won per hour

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Start: ASAP

 

2. June, Biz Eng, D,F, E2 visa, Sungsu station, Seoul, 3pm to 4pm, Nice good school, every other Sat

 

1. Working Hours: 3pm to 4pm Tues Wed Thurs

2. Students: 1 adult student

3. Salary: 40,000 won per hour

4. Start: June 1st

 

3. ASAP, Osan station, near Seoul, 2.5mil, all benefits, F, E2, Bilingual F4, Korean, 1.30pm to 9pm, Nice good school

 

1. Working Hours: 1.30pm to 9pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 2.2-2.5mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing- furnished single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: ASAP

 

4. Urgent, Incheon, Chengra, 2 weeks temp jobs, F, D visa, E2

 

1. Working Hours: 1.30pm to 9pm

2. Students: Elementary, kindy

3. Salary: 1.2 mil to 1.4 mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing- furnished single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: ASAP

 

 

5. July 1, Youngin, 9am to 6pm, all benefits, Nice good school

 

1. Working Hours: 

2. Students: Elementary, kindy

3. Salary: 2.3 mil to 2.6 mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing- furnished single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: July 1st week or 2nd week

 

 

6. ASAP, May, Busan city, Beach area, 2.5mil, all benefits, F visa, E2, 10.30am to 6.30pm, Nice good school

 

A Korean teacher is at the door to help a NATIVE teacher if kindergarten

students have to go to the toilet etc.

5 native teachers and 5 Korean teachers per class

 

1. Teaching Hours: 10.30am to around 6pm/ Sometimes class is finished at 4.30pm 10am to 10.30am is prep time.

2. Students: Kindy, Elementary

3. Salary: 2.2-2.5mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing-Single housing or housing allowance

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: ASAP and End of May

 

7.Urgent, Cheongju city, 2days, PT, F visa, E2, D, Nice good CEO, good school, female wanted

 

1. Working Hours: 2pm to 7pm Mon and Fri

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 25,000 won per hour – 1million for 4 weeks

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Start: ASAP                                                                         

 

https://www.cheongju.go.kr/english/index.do

 

8. July 1, Dongtan, 9am to 6pm, all benefits, Nice good school- 2 jobs

 

1. Working Hours: 9am-6pm on M, W, F ; 9am-7pm on T, Th

 

2. Students: Elementary, kindy

3. Salary: 2.3 mil to 2.6 mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing- furnished single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: July 1st week or 2nd week

 

 

 

9. July 1st, Suwon, F visa, E2, Adult, Nice good school, No F4 visa

 

1. Working Hours: 7am to 11am or / 6pm to 10pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 15,000 to 17,000won per hour

4. Air fare- One way ticket

5. Start: July 1st

 

10. July 1st, Suwon, 2.5mil, all benefits, F visa, E2, Adult, Nice good school

 

1. Working Hours: 7am to 11am / 6pm to 10pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 2.2-2.5mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing-Single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: July 1st

 

11. ASAP, Osan station, 2.5mil, all benefits, F, E2, 1pm to 8pm, 12pm to 7pm, Nice good school, Female only! F4 ok

 

1. Working Hours: 1pm to 8pm or 12pm-7pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 2.2-2.5mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing-Single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: ASAP

 

 

12. Urgent, Incheon Songdo, 3mil, all benefits, F visa, E2, 10am to 6pm, All benefits, USA, Canada only!

 

1. Working Hours: 10am to 8.10pm MWF, 10am to 6.40pm Tues Thurs,

Fri 10am to 6pm

2. Students: Elementary, Kindy

3. Salary: 2.5-2.7 mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing-Single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: Urgent

 

 

 

 

13. Urgent, Cheongju city, 1 or 2 weeks,1pm to 8pm, Nice good CEO, good school

 

1. Working Hours: 1pm to 8pm Class from 2pm M to F

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 100,000 won per day

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Housing-Single housing

6. Start: ASAP May 28 to June 7th M to F

 

https://www.cheongju.go.kr/english/index.do

 

 

14. July 1st, Gyenggido, Madu station, Ilsan, E2,F4, Science teacher ~2.4mil, All benefits

 

 

1. Working Hours: 8.40am to 5.40pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 2.2-2.4 mil

4. Vacation: 15 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing-Single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: July 1st

 

 

15. July 1st, Gyenggido, Madu station, Ilsan,E2, F4, Math teacher, ~2.4mil, All benefits

 

 

1. Working Hours: 8.40am to 5.40pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 2.2-2.4 mil

4. Vacation: 15 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing-Single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: July 1st

 

 

16. July 1, Gyenggido, Madu station, Ilsan, F4, ~2.4mil, All benefits

 

1. Working Hours: 8.40am to 5.40pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 2.2-2.4 mil

4. Vacation: 15 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing-Single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: July1st

 

 

17. Urgent, Incheon, Gangwha, ~2.5mil, All benefits, F VISA , Korean, Bilingual only

 Teaching Grammar and reading

 

1. Working Hours: 1.30pm to 9.30pm

2. Students: Elementary, Middle

3. Salary: 2.5-2.2 mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance and pension: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing-huge 3 bed room apt offered, share with 1 teacher or single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: ASAP

 

18. Bungdang, F VISA, PT, 40,000 won per hour, Debate class

 

F visa only! NO E2!

 

1. Working Hours:  M to F / 3.30pm – 6.30pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 30,000 won to 40,000 won

4. Start: ASAP

 

 

 

19. Seoul, Haewha station line 4, 2.7mil, all benefits, F visa, E2, 1.30pm to 9pm, Nice good school

 

1. Working Hours: 9am to 7.30pm

2. Students: Elementary

3. Salary: 2.6-2.7mil

4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays

5. Severance: the same as one month payment upon completion of 1yr contract

6. Medical insurance: 50% paid by the school

7. Housing-Single housing

8. Air fare- One way ticket

9. Start: ASAP, July

 

 

20. Recruiter Job! Can work at home, Finding ESL teachers

300,000 won per contract when a teacher starts working

High pay compared to other companies, Bonus will be offered.

 

 

Does the school pay monthly contributions into a Pension Plan? :  Yes Are you a licensed recruiter? :  Yes AttachmentSize 2019 May 11th - 20 jobs.pdf197.9 KB

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1. Winter jacket -5.000 won

2. Black jacket- 5.000 won

3. Blue and Brown jacket -5.000 won 

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How to Make a Korean Study Notebook

Recent Blog Posts - Sat, 2019-05-11 00:16

Everyone who's studying Korean has some sort of notebook or system that they use for writing down what they're learning - most of the time it's a notebook or several notebooks. When studying grammar or writing down notes and example sentences, there's no substitute for a good study notebook.

And everyone has their own method for making a study notebook and keeping it organized. This is to be expected, because everyone learns in their own ways. And if you have something that already works, keep using it. However, I wanted to make a video that could give some general tips for making a study notebook, for those of you who might not have one or who want some advice.

These are my own personal tips for how to make and organize a Korean study notebook. This video includes all of the methods that I have used before, and which ones worked well for me.

If you do things differently, do let me know in a comment here or below the video. Thanks for watching!

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[Full-Time] Best Hagwon Job Starting in July in Bucheon and Siheung Campus

Busan Jobs - Fri, 2019-05-10 19:07

[Job Description]

Nadia English is an academy that serves students in Bucheon and Siheung by young founders and teachers. We cater to students of all levels from first grade all the way to first-year middle school. We offer classes in multiple disciplines of English learning including listening, reading, speaking, and writing. Our goal is for students to have fun as they learn a new language.

 

 

[Mission Statement]

Nadia English is committed to providing quality English education aimed at improving our students' abilities in all aspects of English learning. All of our students get class time with a native-speaking English teacher so they can be exposed to all-English instruction. Our highly qualified staff is dedicated to providing level appropriate instruction while also being responsive to the ever-changing needs of our students. We have developed an education roadmap to help prepare our students for English language learning in the long-term.

 

 

[Requirements for Full-time Position]

 

• Native English Speaker from the US, the UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa or Ireland

• Minimum of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited university

• Must have original Diploma which is notarized with an Apostille

• Criminal Background Check which is notarized with an Apostille

• Someone who has basic teaching experience, is pro-active and most importantly loves children

 

 

[Working Conditions]

 

• Working Hours: 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Mon~Fri)

• Paid Vacation: 10 days (Summer Vacation: 5 days, Winter Vacation: 5 days)

• Salary: KRW 2,200,000~2,400,000 depending on experience

• Housing allowance: KRW 400,000

• Flight allowance: KRW 100,000 per month

• Insurance: 50% of the health insurance & national pension service

• Severance Pay

• Constant training and ongoing support by head teacher

 

 

 

If you are looking for a workplace where you can actually teach and enjoy great working environment, send your resume to nadiagwak@gmail.com to have a blast with us!

 

 

[Bucheon Campus]

https://map.naver.com/?query=%EB%B2%94%EC%95%88%EB%A1%9C+221

[Siheung Campus]

https://map.naver.com/?query=%EC%9D%80%EA%B3%84%EB%B2%88%EC%98%81%EA%B8%...

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

Don’t Be So Desperate! For Every Photo You Post, Do This

Recent Blog Posts - Fri, 2019-05-10 17:33

I know that the squirt of dopamine that you get from posting photos to every site is a rush. I do it too. I get high from a night out of great photography and all I want to do is show the world my images. I want EVERYONE to see them. I will hammer every. single. site. with my images. Then sit back and wonder why nobody is interacting.

The $1.80 Rule View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Gary Vay-Ner-Chuk (@garyvee) on Apr 18, 2019 at 4:44pm PDT

Recently, I saw a post by Gary Vaynerchuck that got me thinking. Now, I will say that a lot of these so-called Social media “gurus” have a lot to say but not much of which is actually actionable unless you are a 20-something Coachella goddess or look like a male model. However, he made a point that got this 40-year-old bald photographer thinking. He brought up the idea of giving people your “2 cents” and then everyday investing $1.80 into instagram. Not real money but investing the time to like and comment on people’s images. Essentially, giving them your 2 cents or rather your thoughts.

This is similar to what Chase Jarvis talks about when he mentions “the other 50%” and how that is what a lot of creatives miss, myself included. So again, what does all this mean for the average photographer who isn’t island hopping with a group of bikini-clad influencers? It means that you have to put the work in. It means going through your feeds and looking at other photographers’ work, liking and commenting on it. Not just the big names but the others out there that are just like you.

If each comment is worth $0.02 then to hit that $1.80 you will need to comment about 90 times. At first this seems like a lot and in truth it sort of is. However, if you are smart about it then it sort of becomes a routine. Also, consider the fact that the people who are really making it in today’s world of “social photography” are the ones that ARE investing the time into their social media game. Now, they may have a team of people doing for them, but they are still putting that time in somehow.

Don’t Be Desperate

When I see people posting images EVERYWHERE and either not doing anything else or just giving the bare minimum is seems like a desperate attempt at getting attention. They are expecting people to flood their feed with compliments day after day but never reciprocate. If you are expecting me to invest my time or 2 cents into your work without giving anything in return, chances are that this approach will not get me to come back to your page or feed. This goes well beyond simply thanking me for the comment too. Take the time and pop into the person’s feed and see what they have.

Commenting is important. It encourages people and in return, they reciprocate by checking your stuff out, which is basically want you want, right? Just be genuine about it. Don’t spam, try being a part of the community. Better yet, try helping other photographers if they need it.

When I see people posting the same image to 10 different photo groups on facebook and then posting it on instagram, I don’t really feel the urge to comment. It’s like that guy at the party that goes on and on about the great trip he had but never checks to see if anyone is interest or stops to hear what other people have to say. Then you hear the same guy tell the same story to another group of people. Chances are that you are not going to be anymore interested in the story than the first time you heard it. I feel the same goes for photographers.

What To Do/ What I Did

Take some time and be a part of the community… without ramming your photos down people’s throats. Spend some time commenting and engaging others. Seems simple, right? It is but it does take some daily effort.

I set out to see what would happen if I invested my $1.80 into Instagram and really work on the “social” part of the “other 50%” of the game. It had some interesting results.

Scrolling through the top posts in Flume. You can hover over the thumbnail and click “L” to like and “C” to comment.

Each morning I would sit down and open up an app called “Flume” which allows me to post, comment, and like from my computer. This allowed me to greatly speed up my liking and commenting thanks to Keyboard shortcuts.

The interface also allows me to quickly scroll through my feed and like and comment very quickly. Not to mention that I can also upload via Flume as well. This means that I can comfortably invest that $1.80 without too much effort. I just choose the hashtags that I am interested and and start liking the photos that I like.

The interface of Flume helps streamline your process. It has everything the facebook app has but I find that I can get things done faster with flume and not to mention post to my accounts as well.

With regards to facebook, I am an admin for a number of photo clubs around South Korea where I have been based for the last 15 years or so. I have pushed for the old flickr style of “post 1, comment 1” rule for the groups. People are encouraged to post their photos but also comment on others as well. This was done for the most part because I saw a trend of people dumping photos in every group that they could. This included myself as I had a bad habit of doing this. However, slowing people down and getting them to look at other photos in the group had an interesting effect.

What Happened

Let’s just say that Gary was right. By commenting on other photographer’s photos and investing my time there, it gave me a boost in engagement. Nothing too crazy but I did notice that it carried over to my photos even when I had not posted anything for a bit. Meaning, that typically you get that boost of engagement when you post a photo and it dies down after a day or so. That is why experts recommend posting everyday or multiple times a day.

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A post shared by Jason Teale (@jtealephoto) on May 6, 2019 at 5:27pm PDT

When I invested my time into commenting more than I was posting, it was reciprocated onto my feed. Even accounts that I have followed for awhile but never engaged with came around. Comments on my photos increased and so did my followers.

Sadly, I forgot to run the numbers as I was doing this but I can say that I got a few more followers each day that I put the time in. For me, that is a good thing. If you are looking for more followers, then perhaps look into Trey Ratcliff’s new book. You will get an idea of how not to do things and what happens when you try and cheat the system.

For facebook, it was a double edged sword. The commenting brought one group back to life and effectively killed off another. The commenting allowed for one group to feel more comfortable and get to know one another. While in the other group, it stopped the posts all together. Truthfully, that already had been happening for a number of reasons. This was just the straw that broke the camel’s back.

The bottomline there is that you have to put the work into building a following through networking. If you want to work and get your name out there in the community then you will have to not just produce great content but be active in the areas that you want to be known in.

We live in an age where everyone can make a pretty picture. In my last post I talked about certain areas getting slammed with instagrammers. It happens in landscape photography. Someone sees your shot and then goes out there and takes a better one and you feel robbed.

The one thing that is harder to replicate is the effort put into building a network of friends, followers and colleagues. They can’t simply drive up and take your following. That takes time and effort and if you are willing to put the work into this it may pay off in the long run.

I say “may” as it won’t always work. I have failed many times at building communities. I have used my network to help get jobs for other photographers only to get nothing in return but a “thanks buddy!” as they get paid and never return the favour. That will happen. However, the harder you work the strong your network and following will be.

So if you are asking yourself why people are not commenting and liking your stuff, maybe ask yourself how much you are liking theirs? Invest the time.

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

Busan Classifieds - Fri, 2019-05-10 15:13

Hello guys,

I wanna sell my MOUNTAIN BIKE is SOLD OUT

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 RAM for Laptop is 30K Won (OBO)

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

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Geumyongam Hermitage – 금용암 (Dongnae, Busan)

Recent Blog Posts - Fri, 2019-05-10 14:48
The eerie view behind the main hall at Geumyongam Hermitage in Dongnae, Busan.

Hello Again Everyone!!

Geumyongam Hermitage is located on the southern slopes of Mt. Geumjeongsan (801.5m). The hermitage lies just east of the very busy Mandeok Tunnel on the far western part of Dongnae in central Busan.

Geumyongam Hermitage is situated up a small road after exiting the much larger and busier bend in the road along the first of Mandeok’s tunnels. The small hermitage’s road zigs and zags its way up the mountain, until you eventually come to the hermitage’s grounds. The first thing to greet you is a mature bamboo forest to your right and the hermitage’s kitchen and visitors centre to your left.

Past both, you’ll see the temple’s main hall in the elevated courtyard to the rear of the hermitage’s facilities. The exterior walls to the main hall are adorned with fading Shimu-do, Ox-Herding, murals in a blue pastel hue. Stepping inside the main hall, and sitting all alone on the main altar inside a glass enclosure, is a golden statue dedicated to Gwanseeum-bosal (The Bodhisattva of Compassion). To the right of the main altar is the hermitage’s Shinjung Taenghwa, guardian mural. And to the left is a colourful mural dedicated to Jijang-bosal (The Bodhisattva of the Afterlife). Adorning the interior of the main hall are various Buddhist motif murals like the Bodhidharma in the back left corner and a pair of painted screens that flank the main altar.

To the left rear of the main hall is a smaller sized shrine dedicated to Seokgamoni-bul (The Historical Buddha). The stone statue of the Buddha is surrounded by a beautiful nimbus. There is another shrine, but it seems to have been taken down.

To the left of this former shrine, and next to a small mountain stream, you’ll find a set of stone stairs that leads up to the temple’s Sanshin/Chilseong-gak. Interestingly, there are two separate entries to this shaman shrine hall: the one to the right is for Chilseong (The Seven Stars), while the door to the left is meant for Sanshin (The Mountain Spirit). However, once you step inside this shaman shrine hall, you’ll notice that there is also a mural dedicated to Dokseong (The Lonely Saint) hanging on the far right wall. In the centre hangs a red mural of Chilseong. And to the far left, you’ll see a rather regal image of Sanshin. The exterior walls to the Sanshin/Chilseong-gak are adorned with beautiful floral and dragon paintings.

HOW TO GET THERE: From the Dongnae subway stop, Line 1, subway stop #125, you’ll need to go through exit #3 to get a taxi. From this station, it’ll take 7 minutes, or 3 kilometres, and cost 4,100 won.

OVERALL RATING: 4/10. Geumyongam Hermitage is beautifully located. It has an eerie feel to it because of the mature trees that surround and envelop the hermitage at times. The artwork in and around the hermitage grounds are beautiful including the Sanshin mural and the Shimu-do murals.

The road that leads up to Geumyongam Hermitage. The mature bamboo forest along the way. The main hall at Geumyongam Hermitage. The main altar inside the main hall with Gwanseeum-bosal seated all by herself. The temple Shinjung Taenghwa mural. A mural dedicated to Jijang-bosal inside the main hall. The Bodhidharma mural that adorns one of the interior walls of the main hall. A painted screen that also adorns one of the interior main hall walls. Just outside the main hall at Geumyongam Hermitage. A shrine dedicated to Seokgamoni-bul just to the rear of the main hall. I guess this was once a shrine. A look at the a pair of Shimu-do murals, as well as a fish wind chime and intricate latticework. The pathway that leads up to the Sanshin/Chilseong-gak. A better look at the Sanshin/Chilseong-gak. This dragon mural adorns one of the exterior walls to the shaman shrine hall. A painting of a magnolia tree in bloom that also adorns the shaman shrine hall. The mural of Chilseong that hangs inside the shaman shrine hall. To the right hangs this dour painting of Dokseong. And to the left hangs this regal image of Sanshin. The view from the Sanshin/Chilseong-gak.
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