Canadian Expats In Korea South
If you are looking to connect with Canadian expats in Korea South, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs Korea South written by Canadian bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by Canadian Expats Living in Korea South
- A Broader Tale
A Broader Tale is a travel and expat blog focused on teaching English abroad and life in South Korea.
- Girl in the Dynamic City
Just a blog about a girl teaching in Busan
- Tales of a Travel Addict - Running from the mundane since 1985
Originally an online journal to track my experiences as a teacher in Korea, this blog has gone global. I write about my life as an expat, experiences across Asia (with an emphasis on Korea), Africa, and soon, thanks to a new job, Germany.
- When in New Places - embrace the new
embrace the new (by When in New Places)
- Karli in Korea
This blog is about the things I find interesting about life in Korea. I also have travel articles when I get the opportunity to take a trip, but most posts relate to my experiences back in Korea afer a nine years away.
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- Expat Interview with Karli - Canadian Expat in South Korea
Karli is a Canadian expat in South Korea, returning for a second time after an eight-year absence. Since being back in Korea, she has achieved many goals including practicing martial arts (hapkido),...
- Expat Interview With Chase, US Expat Living in South Korea
"Chase Chisholm’s photography and notes about daily life convey the essence of who he is at the core," according to Joy Newcom, author of Involuntary Joy, "A man who misses little of life because...
- Expat Interview With Carrie - Canadian in South Korea
Carrie was raised as an Army Brat all over the world. As an adult, she saw no reason to stop travelling. She qualified as an elementary school teacher in Canada, and then headed to Japan with the...
Latest News Relating to Korea South or Canada
- Canadian expat disenfranchisement trap heading for Supreme Count ruling
It may come as a surprise to affected British expats that Canadian expats are being caught in the same disenfranchisement trap as their counterparts from the UK, but after just five, not 15 years!...
- Immigrant born students in Canada gain more degrees than local students
Newly released data shows immigrants in Canada have high aspirations for their children’s academic success. Recently released statistical data has shown immigrants have been a strong force...
- Canada encouraging expat professionals by loosening entry rules
Canada’s changing of its popular Express Entry ranking system is sure to attract increasing numbers of skilled expat looking for new life. In early June, Canada’s immigration minister...
- Buying your expat dream home in Canada
Canada is a popular choice for expats from across the world, with many deciding to buy a home rather than rent. For new expat arrivals in Canada, buying a home is a long-term, cost effective...
- Is Canada the dream location for Brit expats
Canada’s thriving jobs market, strong economy and world-beating quality of life make it one of the most rewarding locations for relocating professionals looking for the expat dream. The...