Episode 006: Summer Lovin’

In this episode we talk about the ins and outs and the does and donts of dating someone from another culture. We weigh in with our perspectives and even throw some science at you. And Teresa brings us more news of K-Pop stars with another Hallyu Doin’.


    • Steve on July 28, 2014 at 5:38 am
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    It was a good podcast but you skipped the (3rd) most controversial do & don’t: dating your co-teacher. I can’t believe y’all skipped it! Shame on you!

    I’ve been in-country about 7 years now. Every once in awhile I hear something about foreign teachers and co-teachers hooking up. Sometimes it’s good and sometimes it’s drama central. Man, EPIK and GEPIK, they get MAAAAADDD when they hear about those “cultural exchanges”(lolz). Other districts I worked at don’t care, so basically it was “Green light motherfukkas”. I know 4 or more foreigners who married their co-teachers (and 1 who married a student [adult]) and at least 3 guys I know married their hagwon partner. But hey, I live down south. We wild over here.

    For your next underground podcast on relationships, you have to talk about it. 1) Is it a ‘good idea or bad idea? 2) Do you know of anyone who did and if so, how did it work out? Good like Will & Jada? Bad like Madonna & Sean Penn? (Or Ike & Tina) 3) If you had a co-teacher who was your type, would you make the move?

    1. Definitely good points to consider. I’ve struggled with that dilemma myself and am actually hot for a teacher I work with now. Haven’t tried but I’ve come damn close on more than one occasion.

      • on July 31, 2014 at 9:49 am
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      Thanks for your comment Steve. I don’t know how we missed that one either! Definitely worth mentioning next time. Great to hear love can grow in the workplace without too many obstacles.. It’s always a hard one whether it’s here or back home. Really appreciate your feedback! ^^

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