For those just hopping on board:
I’m back in Seoul Korea for a second round. My hagwon days are over (they lasted from May 06 to May 07) and I’m now working at Yonsei University, one of the top three institutions in the country. My official title is “Administrator and Researcher for the College of Engineering Department of International Affairs”. Basically, I fix all of the awkward English written in papers that professors and researchers are attempting to publish, and deal with all the foreigners affiliated with the school. Supposedly 200 people applied for this position, so it’s a fairly prestigious slot and if I continue to work in Education, then university is where I want to be (though I’d rather be in a music department down the road). It’s a laid back job and I’ve found that I’m able to practice for at least 90 minutes on saxophone after work. I try to do some theory during the day, and I’m working on guitar as well for about a half hour every day. I have a great girlfriend and a lot of cool friends and I’ve got one performing group and a couple of music projects in the works. Life is pretty good.