By Raquel Thoesen
The summer of 2014 looked a bit different for me than for most other university students back home. It took place in the muggy August air of Jeollanamdo—an agricultural province on the southern coast of South Korea, which also happens to be the warmest.
Since high school, I had always been drawn to the idea of teaching English abroad. When I discovered that my university offered students the opportunity to participate in a government sponsored program to teach at a summer camp in South Korea, I needed . . .
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