Teacher Training at the Women’s Center

You may also like...

10 Responses

  1. Anna says:

    It’s always good to learn as much as you can. Well done in getting back to the training!!
    .-= Anna´s last blog ..What Is A Rain Gauge? =-.

  2. giselle says:

    I’ve started my Korean class in a women’s center here in Osan City. I’m really enjoying it. I’m so pumped up in learning Korean. Part of my goal this year. 🙂
    .-= giselle´s last blog ..paquiao- clottey match =-.

  3. ning says:

    here in jeonju i attend the friday quilting class at bukjikwan.i am enjoying it,but it’s limited only to 10 foreign spouses.lucky me. i was able to get a spot …kaya ayan marami na akong nabiling pang quilt sa internet.much much cheaper than the ones in our teacher’s store..same quality though

  4. ning says:

    BTW..our quilting class is free.i am buying quliting fabric to make my own after learning from our teacher, a much better finished one..bale yung gawa namin sa bukjikwan is my basis for my better finished own products…so far the last one we did last friday is a wallet…

  5. iLeen says:

    hi po miss betchay.. can i ask po if possible na i can find an employer regarding English teaching jobs dian sa korea? i wanted to land an opportunity dian sa seoul.. korea. 😀

  6. charm says:

    Hi mayroon din po bang training centers dto sa Suyeonggu, Busan?

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: