rushed video, sorry! I was reeeally hesitant on posting this buuuuuut again, these sort of videos helped me before I got to South Korea, so I'm hoping this will do the same! 'the tour' is over at around 2 minutes fyi, and for the rest of the video I talk about settling in, $$, etc.
- I do not teach at a public school. I teach at a private school, so housing arrangements could be different if you're coming to teach for EPIK or something like that (probably won't be too far off though)
- I actually spent closer to $400CAD, not $300 (shawyyy)
- I do not pay for rent because USUALLY, your school covers the first year of your rent. USUALLY. again keep in mind that every contract and arrangement is different, this is just mine.
- In my building, the cost for utilities is added up and split/shared PER FLOOR. So everyone on your floor pays the same amount every month. I don't know why, but that's just how my building operates. The utility bill ranges per month (if its a really hot/cold month and everyones AC/heaters are cranked up... it'll be a pricey month) my bills have ranged from $80 - $170.
OKAY HAPPY NEW YEAR!
IG / SC: ewnett