I am considering teaching english in South Korea after I graduate this year, and from what I've read it's not really a culture that has even come to fully grasp vegetarianism( aside from some buddhist temples). And also that produce can be somewhat expensive. Does anyone know what it is like or is it possible to be 80-10-10 in South Korea for 1-2 years?
Also I'm considering eating rice and vegan kimchi (which should be raw right? even if it's fermenting) every once in a while. Just because, I don't want to like eat fruit for a year straight with my dark leafy greens and then go to korea and have my body absolutely hate me if I start eating cooked rice and vegan kimchi .
How bad is this for my body?
Famine happens often over there so they don't have the option of being choosy or ever saying no to food.
Working rice patties sucks
Are you speaking of South Korea? Famines happen often??
Famines in South Korea ?
You're probably mixing it up with NORTH Korea.
I did some training in S. K. . Some of them would do any thing for a MRE.
Saddened my heart.
That doesn't mean there are often famines in the land. "Some of them" hungry folk can be found anywhere, even in the US.
found this on youtube that might help -
Best Raw Vegan Foods to Eat when Traveling to South Korea