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This is a discussion on Ask a Canadian a Question (about South Korea) within the General Chat forums, part of the The Cafe Lounge category; Have a question about life in South Korea? Post it here and I'll respond. I'm living here as a Spiritual ...

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    Ask a Canadian a Question (about South Korea)

    Have a question about life in South Korea? Post it here and I'll respond. I'm living here as a Spiritual Director and Native English Teacher.



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    What's a Spiritual Director?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Energumen View Post
    What's a Spiritual Director?
    Thank you for your question Energumen.

    A spiritual director is one who guides people as they seek to deepen their relationship with God and/or their knowledge of their own personal spirituality. Most usually in one-on-one sessions, they listen to directees and guide them in contemplation and spiritual growth. They help directees to develop their spiritual grasp of humanness.

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    Do they chew rice in SK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Surreal Snake View Post
    Do they chew rice in SK?
    The vast majority do. Different kinds of rice are eaten here, and in many different ways. Many people I've met eat kimchi and rice for breakfast every morning. One of the best rice dishes here is kim bap, Korea's answer to sushi.
    Surreal Snake thanked this post.

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    Is it true that (generally speaking) Koreans have a negative view of westerners?

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    What do South Koreans think of the English language?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Energumen View Post
    What do South Koreans think of the English language?
    Hard to answer for the millions of them here.

    My students tend to think of English as being a difficult language to learn. It seems that many (most of the kids) are learning it just because their parents have enrolled them in our academy. The older kids and adult students understand that English is important to learn because it is the international language of business.

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    What do South Koreans think of Canadians? And wtf is that in your avatar?


     

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