WWOOF at Santisuk, Jinbu

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I’m doing nothing much here. My daily routine would be teaching English 1 or 2 hours per day, learning Korean, washing dishes, babysitting, blogging, watching korean dramas, cycling around Santisuk area and taking photos.   Buying the turtle souvenir at Lee Seung Bok Memorial   Cycling to Lee Seung Bok Memorial       The […]

My WWOOF Card!!

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Just received a parcel from WWOOF Korea for my organic farming thingy! Jade has mailed me WWOOF book, membership card, her business card, Korea travel book and Korea tourism brochure. Here is my membership card: Sorry guys, I can’t scan the content of the WWOOF book in here. That’s something that you need to register […]

WWOOF in Korea

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Here’s the website for WWOOF Korea. You can choose in English or Korean. As usual I will choose English and it will show the landing page as below. Here’s the deal. You have to work around 4-6 hours/day in exchange of accommodation and food. If you don’t want this arrangement, then this is not your […]

WWOOF and me

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My first experience with WWOOF was when I did my first solo-travel to Japan. WWOOF stands for willing worker of organic farm. You may exchange a few hours (ranging from 4 to 6 hours) of working at organic farms for accommodation and food. It came to me by accident. Japan; being among the most expensive […]