had a morning walk, an ice cold shower, and now I’m lying on my floor with a green tea face mask, tangerines, and a coffeehouse soundtrack.@4 days ago with 4 notes
viktoriav said: Hey there :) Is it hard finding an internship in Seoul? I'm going to study there for a year and wanted to work/intern during my semester break. (my major is business administration) Any tips? Thanks :)
Hi! You have to really do some digging to find an internship here in Seoul but two things can help you. 1. Be fluent/close to fluent in Korean (easy right? hahahah) 2. Work closely with your study abroad program and university to find work.
Most internships I’ve seen are unpaid so you wouldn’t need a work visa, but keep that in mind if you’re applying for a paid position on a student visa.
Hope that helps^^