As of February 2013, I have been teaching ESL in South Korea. I spent my first year in Busan, the second largest city in South Korea. As of March 2014, I have been living and teaching in adjacent Gimhae, which is connected to Busan via a lightrail station about a 20-minute walk from my apartment, which I am buying a couch for soon. For the apartment, not the lightrail station.
A multicultural hub in the "Shinae" section of Gimhae, Tong Cafe is where you can find the Gimhae Food Town map. Order a lemon tea (3,000 won) or an Americano (2,500 won), which one of the baristas will ask if you want regular or "strong." You can also watch the ultra slow "Dutch Coffee" process in action, as well as purchase a small (5,000 won) or large (10,000 won) bottle to enjoy at home.
Family-owned Uzbeki restaurant in Gimhae's "shinae" multicultural section. Located on the second floor, 6, 335beon-gil, Bunseong-ro
Indian and Nepalese food featuring many familiar dishes like Tandoori Chicken, Chicken Makhani, and Lamb Vindaloo. Various Nepalese goods are also available in an adjacent shop.