When in Korea ...
By Jessy K. Piskai
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The 'When in Korea...' podcast is about sharing the experience of living in South Korea with you. It's all about giving advice, telling stories, entertainment and providing valuable information for those who come here to live.
||Clean018 Tools for overcoming challenges that come with living in Korea – Intro to Resiliency series with Evie Ann King||Join me as I dive into the psychology behind adapting to a new life in Korea. My special guest is Evie Ann King, a Master Resiliency Trainer and coach, who will provide us with tools and methods that help overcome difficult times here in Korea (and in||8/24/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean017 Why I Took A Short Break From Podcasting & Want To Pack My Bags And Leave Korea||In this episode I share with you what kept me away from podcasting fro the past 2 months and how this reason was connected to me wanting to pack up my bags and leave Korea. Life in Korea is challenging, especially for us foreigners who come here as tea.||3/31/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean016 My Top 3 Resources For Learning Korean Online||Interested in learning some Korean? Then check out these great resources! Happy studying! Jessy www.koreanchamp.com www.sweetandtastytv.com www.talktomeinkorean.com||2/4/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean015 How Koreans Confuse Us (In Scary, Funny And Challenging Ways) – My Top Picks||Moving to Korea means dealing with cultural differences no matter what country you moved here from. In this episode I pick top 13 funny, scary and challenging things that Koreans do that will definitely confuse you 😉 Happy getting over it!||1/30/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean014 My Top 9 Ways To Confuse A Korean Big Time||Ever wondered how to confuse a Korean? I did! That is why I present you with 9 fabulous ways to make a Korean stare, startle or not believing their ears or eyes 😉 —–> how to say “I am a vegetarian” in Korean?||1/21/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean013 Taking A Trip To LOTTE World Theme Park & Department Store – Recommendations And Pointers||In this episode my guest, Dani, and I share our thoughts on our trip to LOTTE World Adventure. We recommend rides, restaurants, cool spots for picture taking and foods. We also discuss the popularity of the LOTTE company and its magnitude.||1/14/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean012 Samcheongdong – My Favorite Place In Seoul||Samcheongdong is the place to be. A magical place where the old meets the new, a microcosm of art, fashion, Korean culture, history and political power paired with boutique style shops and delicious and international cuisine.||1/6/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean011 Christmas And Winter In Korea||Do Koreans celebrate Christmas? What does winter in Korea look like? This and much more you will learn about in this episode. If you plan a trip to Singapore then check out Alex Thio’s podcast ‘Coming to Singapore’ in iTunes or on his website www.||12/11/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean010 Bringing Your Dog To Korea, Traveling Here Seperately, Online Apartment Hunting||Do you plan on bringing your dog? Do you ask yourself what’s better: traveling here together or seperately? Did you receive your orders to come here and now want to start apartment hunting online although it’s still 6 months until you will actually||12/3/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean009 Personal Space And Awareness Of One’s Surroundings – Challenges Part II||This is part II of my series about challenges (although a very entertaining one) and it has to do with the concept of personal space here in Korea. Episode 009 is tightly connected to a blogpost that I released a couple of days ago.||11/22/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean008 Staying Connected Over Long Distances – Apps And Creative Ways To Stay In Touch With Family And Friends Back Home||How do you stay in touch from so far away? Here are some suggestions about which Apps can help you to text and call for your family and friends back home for free or very cheap. I also brought my great friend Dani on the show to talk to me about Red St.||11/15/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean007 Interview – Teaching And Living in Korea, International Health Care Center, Love Motels, Food, Busan, Safety, Travel||In this episode of the WiK podcast I get to talk to my friends and ESL teachers in Korea, Sadie and Nora, about teaching and living in Korea, medical care, love motels, food, Busan, safety and travel. Side note: Sadie mentioned that most Korean apartme.||11/8/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean006 Halloween In Korea – Superstitions, Traditions, Ghosts And Other Creatures||Do Koreans celebrate Halloween? What are their superstitions and traditions that involve ghosts and other creatures? These questions and more will be tackled in this When in Korea… – Halloween episode. Have a fabulous and spooky Halloween 2013 every||10/31/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean005 Moving Your Family To Area I, South Korea – Interview with Tracy, An Area I Mom||Listen to Tracy, great friend of mine and Area 1 mom, and me talking about moving with your family to Korea, about safety, school, food and overall family experience in this foreign country. Come join in the fun as we record the first WiK podcast inter.||10/23/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean004 Challenges Part 1 – Language Barrier||It is not always sunny in Korea and you will encounter a variety of obstacles, however, you will master them! In today’s episode I share with you the challenges that can come with a move to South Korea and are tightly connected to the language barrier||10/16/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean003 Ten Reasons Why You Have To Love Korea||You have orders to come Korea or are already living here but don’t know much about the country and the abundance of exciting things to enjoy while being here? Then this episode is for you. I share ten reasons with you (although I could have gone on||10/4/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean002 Top Ten Items To Bring/Ship To Korea||In this episode we will talk about my list of top ten items to bring when moving to Korea. I hope it helps you with making a decision on what to bring and what not to bring. Also check out the blog post that I released earlier this month about it: http||9/27/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean001 Intro + Expectations||This is the first episode of the When in Korea… podcast and I am thrilled to put it out there for you. Always remember it’s all about the expectations. Small word, big meaning. Thank you so much for listening and enjoy! Jessy||9/22/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
LOVE THIS PODCAST
Thank you so much for creating a show that gives me a feeling for what life is like in Korea. GREAT PODCAST!
I am interested in want it would be like going to Korea and all the challenges and experiences someone would have going and living there especially not being native to that part of the world.
The first few podcasts have been fun and interesting to listen too and I am looking forward to more. Keep Them UP!
The sound quality is great and I love your energy.
Keep up the good work!
Ten Reasons Why You have to love Korea
The more that military families know about their next duty station, the more comfortable and excited they will be about their move. Jessy's Pod cast" Why you've got to love Korea" provides a comprehensive listing of fun things to do and great places to visit in Korea. Her clear, pleasant voice and conversational style is both entertaining as well as informative. Jessica holds your attention, you can actually picture what she is describing. Hiking and golf, to wild life and nature ; from enjoying spicy Kimchi soup with tofu, to a felling of personal safety, you can experience it all, and much more, in Korea.
Col (ret) Jack Piskai