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If anyone is interested in becoming an ESL teacher overseas, I am personally recommending these books to other members of HA--as it details the trials and tribulations and wacky stories of some ESL teachers that people will find quite intriguing.
Vodkaberg: Nine Years in Russia (English Teacher X)
English Teacher X Guide To Teaching English Abroad: Practical Advice for Surviving the Perils and Pitfalls of a TEFL Job
Prisoner of Wonderland: An ESL Misadventure (South Korea)
Read the preview of the book, Prisoner of Wonderland here: http://books.google.com/books?id=-2BvJq ... &q&f=false
Konglish: The Ultimate Survival Guide for Teaching English in South Korea
Top 5 Reasons not to Teach ESL in South Korea
http://www.squidoo.com/top-5-reasons-no ... outh-korea
I Came To In Geumho-dong
I recommend you avoid going to Korea, Ghost. After reading many of the books from ESL teachers about the place, Koreans are really some of the worst people on the planet. I should know, being a Korean man myself; rude, materialistic, greedy, hateful, racist, and very Anti-American, Koreans can be the scum of the Earth....