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But not sure what the best ferry is to take over there. We are in Sokcho and are not sure whether to go to Busan or Seoul or Mokpo, should we fly.
We also offer vinyl wrapping, window tinting and wheel refurbishments.- Starting Date: March 2009 (orientation: end of February) - Salary: 1.8-2.7 mil won/month (Depends on Qualification) - Location: Seoul, Busan, Jeju (and all the other metro cities, and rural provinces) - Teaching levels: Elementary, Middle, High schools (Mostly elementary) - Working Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm or am-pm - Teaching Hours: 22 hours per week - 300,000 won Settlement pay upon teacher is arrival - Round trip airfare (1.3 million won reimbursed upon teacher is arrival and another 1.3 million won will be paid when you complete your contract) - 100% Severance pay - 21 working days paid vacation a year and all Korean national holidays - 50% medical insurance, 50% national pension plan supported - Full furnished single housing or housing allowance (500,000 won) Since it is quite competitive, the application begins this September, and after you pass the interview, you need to submit the following documents immediately to secure the position.- apostilled criminal record check - apostilled copy of degree - two sealed transcripts - etc. This site is great and incredibly helpful, anything I can contribute would be the least I could do. Try the outdoor wall at Jeju Jonghabgyeonggijang in Jeju City, Ora-1 dong 1163-4 (064-722-4710, 064-753-2454, 064-759-0848). In Sogwipo try the Jayu Gonggan (freedom space/room) Municipal Artificial Climbing Wall at Donghong-dong 524-2 064-733-3859 (자유공간 인공암장 서귀포.동흥동 524-2 만경건재 내) or Doldoli-bang Artificial Wall at 시립도서관옆 (call Oh Han-chul 064-732-9368) If your Korean isn't up to par, try jumping in a cab and giving the driver the # to call (or a printout of the Korean, or a map off the webpage. It's the highest peak in Korea, so that's reason enough to give it the better part of a day, and if there is enough snow, you can bring a tarp, gortex pack, slipperry bag etc. Im hoping to update some of Greg and Andrew's photos this summer, but I'll start with Jeju-do first.