Its been a while. But heres the next step in operation illegal teacher. Korea is cracking down, its true! They have been for some time. I am going to be just fine though. The Korean government is too lazy to come into Haebangchon and kick me out. Which is weird cause a couple buddies of mine are now serving 30 day sentencing before they are booted out for working illegally. Oh well. Another burger at phillies.Oh, and of course there's more:
China is booming right now, and I know many people that cant get into Korea are now infiltrating that country. Get on top of it while its hot. We are still selling degrees, and have signed 14 teachers to date with quality diplomas.Now they are teaching in schools all across the South Korean peninsula, making big money. Man …..,, these schools are desperate and willing to pay!
Also too, were looking to get our hands on some CELTA degrees soon. Just making sure they are looking top notch.
Im working on some new videos, and will be giving you guys some top advice on passport manipulation and a glimpse into what your new education will look like!
See you at the Seoul Pub
It seems that I have been shut down by the Korean Government. Im not sure why but its a bit of an issue to all my viewers and I apologize for it. Lets look on the bright side of things though, at least this blog is still going and everyone has a chance to peek the real side of the teaching industry.That link above includes a video of the guy saying pretty much the same thing about fake diplomas, lest anyone think some vindictive ex was setting him up.
Also, on another note. Fake degrees are now for sale. Anyone that wants one, you let me know. This is an opportunity to graduate from any university of your choice. Harvard you say? Absolutely! We'll have you set up and ready to go within days. Get the teaching job of your dreams.
Im currently wrapping up some of acting here in Seoul, and look forward to getting that off to everyone. Teaching isnt your only option here!
Best of luck to all of you in 2009. Hopefully I;ll see you at the Seoul Pub, and long live the HBC.
Its been a while since a blog post. Ive been real busy putting together a ebook about teaching in Korea. Its going to be ready real soon, and I can wait to share it once I have it together. They ultimate plan in getting yourself legit and working in a country even if you only have a couple years of elementary school behind you. Stay tuned, I'm going to refine this and get it edited out.Cheese and rice, it's like the guy was deliberately trying to hit all the Anti-English Spectrum stereotypes, huh? This is all kinds of stupid, like the guys who Facebooked their high-profile poker game. Oh, and two of those geniuses apparently had taken drugs recently enough that they came up positive with a drug test. Brilliant.
Also, I would like to congradulate the 3 new esl teachers we just got into Korea. They are excited about their jobs, and are even happier with the degrees they have. They are making some great money,and the world really is their oyster!
Hey there folks, I am thinking about buying a motorbike in South Korea that is not registered. I was told that the cops really try to avoid foreigners and so I have little to worry about in terms of getting a fat ticket.. is this true? Can anyone give me some tips on motorcycling in South Korea in general?
Many thanks friends,