Details: Study abroad one semester. Last semester. I graduate after this semester.
City: Daegu, South Korea.
Plans upon graduating: Go back to Taiwan or go directly to Hong Kong to study for my master's degree. There's a complicated process behind why I chose Korea.
I'll be studying at a university that has a deal with my university to grant free dormitories and meal plans to university students going to Korea. Other ideas: I'll be brushing up on my Korean while simultaneously polishing my Chinese.
And I'm also a little fearful of when I should start looking for work as well... Ideally this would mean teaching English in Taiwan or Hong Kong or getting some kind of an eSports job in either of the two locales. And I wouldn't mind sticking around in Korea if it meant I could make more money than Taiwan.
* I heard I could work in Korea with the kind of visa I will be granted. Not sure what that means legally (all I know is that it is called a "K2 Visa").
* How do I get my desktop and peripherals from U.S.A. to Korea?
Tired, can't keep myself together, going to sleep. Thanks for any help guys.