About Us

chicago-garden-smallA couple from somewhat similar backgrounds, but from totally different places come together through their travel experiences and continue their journey with a lifetime opportunity to teach English in South Korea together. Randy Pulayya, from New York City and a recent graduate from the University of Florida, has been working in the finance/sales industry for the past two years. He has been to five continents and studied in U.K. and Australia. Shauna Vo, from a small town in Arkansas and a recent graduate from the University of Arkansas, has been working as a graphic designer for a large trade association for the past year and a half in Washington, DC. She has been to 14 countries, including backpacking Europe for one month.

We invite you to take part in our journey abroad!

As they say in Korea for encouragement and meaning “do your best,” “let’s go,” or “good luck,” “FIGHTING!”

2 responses

18 08 2009
randy condon

well kids , good to hear from you , just sitting here in the big rig on my laptop, just want to say HI and good luck ….. randy [sweet daddy c } condon

24 11 2009
Pam Osabel - JetSetCitizen

Hi!

I work with John Bardos of JetSetCitizen.com and YouCanTeachEnglish.com and we would love to interview you by email to ask you some questions about teaching English in Korea. It should only take about 30 minutes of your time and we will promote your interview on Twitter and StumbleUpon. Please let me know if you are interested.

Thanks!

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