" she said."Some of my friends just want to do the language exchange to meet a white guy or whatever foreigner," she said."Maybe they just try to have like a new experience…I wasn't too worried about learning Korean," Lee said, adding that he doesn't "even really know Hangul [the easy-to-learn Korean alphabet]," despite his year-long stay here.The two Americans rank among more than 22,000 other foreigners who work in the English-teaching industry in South Korea."Not that I'm sexist, it's just that I'm a guy."He suggested the relationships that develop out of language exchanges usually do so in mostly an organic way."There's a time period, no matter what you're doing, you have a short attention span for an hour or two and afterwards you develop an appetite and then you go out for dinner," he said.Woods says language exchanges have helped his Korean a lot because he takes them seriously, preparing questions and bringing materials to class.For her the rationale was simple:"'So you're living in Korea and I'm very interested in learning English, so why don't we study together?
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