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Am I going to be able to find anyone who speaks English when I get to Korea?

Unless you are moving to a very isolated area, you should have no trouble finding people who speak English. There are expats living in most of the urban areas and even if their native language is other than English, they mostly all do speak it. You'll also find that many Koreans speak English, some totally fluently. So don't worry, you will find someone to speak with either in one of the foreign community associations, your neighbourhood, or if you have children, their school, just to name a few of the areas where you'll be making friends.

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