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Ever wonder what it's like to live, teach and work in South Korea?
This is the podcast that brings you people who are doing just that! Join hosts Scott, Adam, Marco, and Paul as they cover topics and issues regarding living in Korea as well as special guests of real people who are living and working abroad, their stories, and more! This podcast is coming to you from Changwon City, South Korea. Whether you are living in South Korea, have lived in South Korea, or thinking about coming to South Korea, this is the show for you!
Tune in and have a listen for yourselves!
It's LIFE IN KOREA here on K-PoD!

May 18, 2019

Do you think English is going to play an important role in K-Pop music?

You are hearing more and more English in K-Pop songs these days and more K-Pop idols can speak English.  This might have a part in K-Pop growing a larger International market. Special guest Saber Lane joins the podcast again to discuss with Scott,


Apr 30, 2019

Friendship can have its pros and cons while living in South Korea.

If you’ve spent time in South Korea or are thinking about moving to South Korea, you are going to make new friends and at some point, have to say good-bye to them.  Whether it’s you or them that leave, you can make life long friends here and it can...


Apr 14, 2019

Are you concerned with your safety living in South Korea?

People always have questions and worries with regards to safety in South Korea or regards to safety when teaching for a year in South Korea. How safe is living in South Korea?

Special guest Saber Lane joins the podcast to discuss with Scott, Adam, and Marco each...


Mar 31, 2019

There are some STRANGE THINGS you can find in South Korea!

  There are a lot of things that you can only find in South Korea! Some of them are cool, some bad, somethings we like, some we don’t, and some are just plain strange!

Scott, Adam, Marco, and Paul talk about some of the strangest things they have seen over...


Mar 24, 2019

How have teaching English techniques changed in South Korea and what direction are they going in?

The ways of teaching and learning English are always changing and evolving.  What are some of the best new ways and what hasn’t changed? What is the future for learning and teaching English in South Korea?

Special guest