Hello everyone lol today I show you some basic examples of everyday looks I sport to work. My campus is very casual, and this may be because we're not a fully fledged public school OR hagwon, but who knows. As long as I can wear my t-shirts and sneakers, I am most certainly not complaining.
BUT every school is different - while this is what I can wear, some schools are definitely more conservative. As mentioned, a friend of mine has a strictly enforced dress code that she needs to follow.
As with any culture, dress etiquette is subject to change from company to company. Even when I was interning, standards varied from ad agency to ad agency.
If you are coming to teach in Korea, always (for so many different reasons) get the contact info for the teacher who you are replacing, and ask honestly what the office dress code is like before you go out and assume you need to buy a whole new wardrobe!! I have several things that I bought just for this job, never to be worn.
I'm the world's most awkward model, but if you want more style or clothing videos, let me know!!!
For those who are new, I am American, and my boyfriend Andy is Korean. We met in 2016 while I was studying abroad in Seoul at Ewha Womans University, then embarked on a 2 year long distance relationship journey! We were reunited permanently in August 2018, and officially moved in together February 2019.
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