Having your gallbladder removed may or may not resolve your issues. For me, it resolved one issue but brought on two more.
Going to the doctor's office in South Korea is a lot different than going in the United States. Is the health care system here better or worse than the U.S.? What do you think?
Gallstones can cause a great amount of pain but removing your gallbladder isn't the only option. Read this to learn about my experience with gallbladder surgery and what I would've done differently.
English teachers are required to take a health exam upon arrival in South Korea. This is to check for drugs, cancer, HIV, and other communicable diseases. Learn about it now before wasting time and money coming over...
Before coming to South Korea, there's the question "What should I bring?" When arriving in South Korea, there's the question "Where can I buy...?" I will explain what you cannot find here and where you can buy certain...
Moving to South Korea to live can result in culture shock. Here, I explain some of the cultural differences to prepare you for what to expect. I also describe the living situation.