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Remembering Kim Kwang Suk by buhay sa korea on Jan 30, 2013As much as I’d like to share more about Korea, it’s kinda difficult when you’re juggling different roles. A 24-hour day isn’t enough especially when you have to do everything by yourself. I have to be a mother to my son, a wif...



For marriage immigrants in Korea: changes in visa extension, naturalization and citizenship by buhay sa korea on Dec 12, 2012The following is the information on changes in the visa extension, citizenship and naturalization application system of marriage immigrants: APPLICATION FOR VISA EXTENSION Qualifications: Spouse of a Korean citizen (Type of visa: F-6) The same criter...



Tagalog for Koreans by buhay sa korea on Sep 25, 2012Philippine Tourism in Korea has been posting videos about learning Tagalog in Korean. Perhaps, those who are married to Koreans would like to introduce the videos to their spouses who might be willing to learn a word, a phrase or even a sentence in o...



Teaching Jobs for Filipinas married to Koreans by buhay sa korea on Jun 18, 2012Two years ago, I posted something about finding English teaching jobs for Filipinas who are F-2 visa holders. Until now, I still get emails asking for help in finding teaching jobs. I can’t give you jobs guys but I can give you some tips ;p Thi...



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...



2012 Essay Contest for Filipinas Married to Koreans by buhay sa korea on May 21, 2012HT to Mr. Fausto! 2012 Prize Contest for “My Life in Korea” The Embassy of the Philippines invites Filipinas married to Koreans to participate in an Essay Writing Contest organized by the Research Institute of Asian Women of Sookmyung Women’s U...



Love in Asia special for Parents’ Day by buhay sa korea on May 7, 2012Longtime friend Razel Kim was featured on the Parents’ Day special of Love in Asia. It showed her special relationship with her mother-in-law (her FIL passed away a few years ago) and her husband’s with his parents-in-law in the Philippin...



KBS Nanum+ Festival by buhay sa korea on Apr 25, 2012Last April 13 to 15, Korea Broadcasting System or KBS held the “Nanum + Festival” at Yeouido Park. “Nanum” (Hangeul: 나눔) means sharing in Korean. The theme of the festival is about a harmonious South Korea with the childre...



Training Class for Married Immigrants in Bucheon by buhay sa korea on Apr 20, 2012To those who are interested, the Bucheon Women’s Center will conduct a FREE training class for married immigrants called “다문화 플레이 코칭강사” or Multicultural Play Coaching Trainer. The main requirement is ability to s...



F6-1 Korean Spouse Visa by buhay sa korea on Mar 25, 2012The F-6-1 visa or the Korean spousal visa supersedes the F-2-1 visa. Remember that you need to have all documents completed and no agent can guarantee issuance of visa. Only the Korean Embassy can tell you if you can get a visa or not. The only way f...