Lights and Shadows of Working in South Korea

Its almost three years now that I became a follower or have an interest about South Korea. Usually I'm not that attached to a certain country because deep inside me I'm Patriotic, I believe in a saying that no one will love your own country but you. Even though, some call Filipinos as Maid and known as prostitute, I'm still proud to be a Filipino and Philippines as my country, It just so happen that my heart is in South Korea :), and its all started there, and reading some articles and news about whats happening in South Korea has been a part of my daily routine. 

Reading good news about Filipinos that is in SK makes me smile, just like the path that has been successfully surpass by Prof. Emely Dicolen-Abagat, a Professor from the Social Welfare Department of the Catholic University of Daegu (CUD), South Korea and the current Chair of the Philippine Resource Persons Group (PhilRPG), the association of Filipino professors in South Korea. Read more about Lights and Shadows of Working in South Korea according to Prof. Emely Dicolen-Abagat.

Prof. Emely Dicolen-Abagat
Photo courtesy of her FB Page (ninenok ko lang :D)

And here is an interview with Dr. Emely Dicolen-Abagat in Republic of South Korea.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks Annefinity...Hope you learned something from my experience.