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글로이는 한국의 ESL 학교와 영어를 모국어로 사용하는 ESL 선생님들이 만날 수 있는 가장 최적의 환경을 제공합니다.

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We recommend you only bring a light load of clothing and essentials with you to Korea (pack mostly relevant to the season you will be arriving in). You can pretty much find most things you will need within the country, though you might be limited to a narrower selection of those things. Remember, you will eventually be leaving Korea, and so will your stuff so the more you bring, the more you'll have to take with you or get rid of when you leave. And you'll likely want to shop in Korea.

 

Some BIG westerners may have difficulty finding sizes large enough for westerners when shopping for some items shoes and clothing, so bear this in mind when packing. Spray deodorants are notoriously difficult to find in South Korea, so perhaps it would be wise to stock up.

 

Here is list of items to pack for your quick reference.

 

Clothing

Business casual clothes for work. refer to the article - Dress Code

Winter jacket

2 sweaters

Raincoat

Shorts

Underwear

Socks

Sweat pants

Sweat shirt

T-shirts

Shoes for work

Athletic shoes

Hiking boots (can be used for winter boots, as well)

Towel

Swim suit

 

Documents

Your passport

Copy of your teaching contract

International driver’s license (very easy to get)

 

Hygienic Products

Deodorant (Korean’s generally do not use western deodorant)

Women may be unable to get some of the same brands of feminine products, so you may want to bring a supply of these or any medication you are taking

 

Others

Personal photos of your family, friends and pets

Eyeglasses/contact lenses

Sunglasses

Prescription for your lenses (in case you need to replace them)

Camera

Books on Korean culture, Korean language, a Korean/English pocket dictionary, and a travel guide

2-3 novels

Watch

Small backpack

Fanny-pack

 

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