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Meet the Parents for Filipinas in Daegu by buhay sa korea on Jun 18, 2012If you’re a Filipina married to a Korean AND you live in Daegu or Gyeongbuk area, here’s a chance to invite your parents to come to Korea for free. Please read carefully, if you have any question don’t hesitate to post it. MEET THE...



시댁: Korean husband’s family by buhay sa korea on Feb 14, 2012I will have a test this afternoon for a Korean language class. It’s a level test covering speaking, reading and writing. I hope to be in the intermediate class since it would be a shame if they put me back in the basic class. I am cramming with...



Free Korean Language Classes by buhay sa korea on Jan 25, 2012My son would be entering elementary school next year. Because of this, I’ll be seriously taking Korean language lessons. In my almost nine years, I’ve attended Korean classes for less than six months and I don’t even study at home.



Multicultural Marriages – Filipino and South Korean by buhay sa korea on Oct 16, 2011This is the video required for viewing by the Philippine Embassy in South Korea for those who are applying for a certificate of legal capacity to contract marriage or reporting for marriage. It talks about what to expect being married to a Korean. Th...



Discrimination: Pinoy-Korean kids in Korean schools by buhay sa korea on Aug 27, 2011As I was walking home back from dropping off my son at his day care, I saw several grade school kids on their way home, too. It’s Monday and summer vacation has ended. I remembered a post I made three years ago, when I was still a stay-at-home-...



2010 Multicultural Essay Contest by buhay sa korea on Mar 14, 2010My parents-in-law visited us last week and he told me that if I wanted to go back to school, I should just tell him and he’d foot the bill. I was so excited that I started to look for info on gmat prep. I didn’t realize that his offer has...



Teacher Training at the Women’s Center by buhay sa korea on Mar 12, 2010I’ve been attending classes intermittently at the Women (Im)migrants Human Rights Center in Sungin-dong in Seoul since 2006. I haven’t been there since I started working last year but the Korean staff still call or send me messages from t...



Marrying a Korean? Before you sign that marriage certificate… by buhay sa korea on Nov 6, 2009Before finally deciding to marry my husband, I took the time to research about what life would be for me in his country. I didn’t really have a concrete idea on what life as a “foreign” married woman in Korea would be like since inf...



English Teacher Training Program for Multi Cultural Families by buhay sa korea on Aug 20, 2009Here’s an interesting letter I got from the mail today. It’s for an “English Teacher Training Program” for Korean spouses. You guys might want to check it out. It’s free so it might be worth your free time. This is a goo...