Put on your seat belts ladies and gentlemen, we’re going for a ride! In the latest episode of the Local Nomads Podcast, we’re going all the way back to the year 2012. The year we sold off our shit and moved to (South) Korea.
In 2012 we find a version of Adam and Gabby virtually unrecognizable from the ones we know today.
Younger, thinner, and hopelessly unsatisfied with their lives.
Life in NY was rough. High rents, long commutes, and a poor job market left us feeling desperate for ANYTHING else. That’s when we decided to start applying for English teaching jobs.
A year in South Korea was exactly what we needed to kickstart our traveling lives.
In this episode we’ll cover:
Adjusting to life in South Korea
Our tiny Korean apartment
Making friends in a foreign country
Lasting damage 😉
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Shout Outs to:
Pedro’s House – Gwangju, South Korea
The First Alleyway – Gwangju, South Korea
Our great friend Johnny
This episode’s theme music:
Seoul Subway Transfer Station Jingle 서울 지하철 환승역 음악. 김백찬 – 얼씨구야