How would you feel if your employer asked you to move to Seoul in South Korea?
When an employer asks a key team member to move to a place like Seoul, South Korea the response might be a tad different than if you were asking them to relocate to London, Paris or New York! Their initial excitement is likely, in our experience, to change to apprehension when they consider all the implications of moving to a foreign city which they might know almost nothing about.
For a start, finding a rental home can be a minefield, especially if you don’t have a basic knowledge of the language. Good rentals get snapped up quickly, and landlords and real estate agents can be a nightmare to deal with.
A good place to start would be to request our free Moving to Seoul Report
But great local resources can make all the difference and that’s what we can provide via our usual, VIP-level relocation support services covering such issues as home finding, language and cross-cultural, settling-in assistance and help with finding schools, etc.
I must say that without a doubt, you are the most thorough, organized, and responsive professional we have worked with in all of our UK dealings. Thank you for your hard work and commitment to excellence. You have made our last and our current relocations seamless – we truly couldn’t have gotten this far without you!
Esi Minta-Jacobs, New York