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Starting My English Gyosoopso Was a Great Idea – Update June 2017 So, right now, I am at my flower shop. We do not have that many orders to take…

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start a hogwon in Korea

In episode 74, I share about what’s going on in my life and with Hagwonstart.com My flower business has had a better start than I anticipated, but I have been able…

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start a hogwon in Korea

Here is a 12 minute video that updates you about me (Tony), some things coming for Hagwonstart.com, and some random thoughts about starting, building, and growing a Gyosoposo or Gongbubang…

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start a hogwon in Korea

In episode 73, I explain why I’m closing my hagwon business and what’s next for me and hagwonstart.com There are two main reasons why we are closing our hagwon business…

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start a hogwon in Korea

In episode 72, I talk about my thoughts. To be honest, I am not totally sure if I am supposed to be in the hagwon industry. I do love teaching,…

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start a hogwon in Korea

In episode 71, I talk about the importance of marketing. I talk about what marketing means to me, as it can be defined differently, and how it plays an important role…

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start a hogwon in Korea

In episode 70, I share my opinion and some thoughts on English education in Korea. Face it, English education in Korea is really important. And it will continue to be…

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English hagwons in South Korea. How to do business in Korea and how to market your business.

Every teacher knows that managing students is probably the most challenging aspect of teaching. You have to make sure that all students in the classroom are learning, paying attention, and…

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start a hogwon in Korea

In episode 69, I talk about the demands that parents can make and some of my own experiences. If you are just starting out, or haven’t yet reached the one year…

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English hagwons in South Korea. How to do business in Korea and how to market your business.

I heard someone say that children in Korea weren’t very creative, lacked imagination, and had no energy. But, I have noticed something a whole lot different. Children in Korea are…

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