Living On $24K A Year In Seoul, South Korea | Millennial Money

Michaela Cricchio, 26 years old, lives in Seoul, South Korea and earns $24,000 a year as an English teacher. After graduating college, Michaela joined the cruise ship industry to pay for all the expenses associated with moving abroad. She is now in her second year teaching in South Korea, and has plans of becoming a digital nomad.

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Living On $24K A Year In Seoul, South Korea | Millennial Money

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