I'm living in South Korea right now, and I can say that I have never seen that here. Everyone dresses very well and classy.
Kinda makes me feel underdressed half the time.
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They have a reason to riot... It's so they can loot. It's not a good reason, but that's it.
If you are talking about stereotyping at all, then it's because the human brain stereotypes naturally. The only people that don't have an actual disorder.
In fact, I haven't met anyone who has taught in Korea who also knew even a little about the language.
I mean... people learn it after they get here... but otherwise...
as for getting around,...
I will be teaching English.
Knowledge of the Korean language is not needed at all. In fact, schools often prefer teachers with no knowledge. This makes it so that speaking English in the classroom...
I recently moved to South Korea... to a semi furnished place, but many of the appliances are written in korean, and I'm not entirely sure how to use some of them.
So, can anyone read korean and...
Not expecting that at all...
I watched a bit of the first one without sound because it's 6:30am and my g/f is still sleeping.
I definitely need to watch them later.
Anyways, this probably won't entirely be helpful, but the length of healthy grieving/depression lasts about a year.
My point is... don't TRY to get over it. Only time will help.
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