I'm in Busan now in a run-down yeogwan. Chris, Tanya and Susan met me at the airport, along with my recruiter. They brought me a couple of bags of groceries and said "Hello!" before taking off. They were going to offer me a place to stay with them if I was being put into a yeogwan. Mr. Joe told after we left the airport that I'd be in a "studio-room" until Saturday when I'd be moved into a new apartment.
Mr. Joe, the recruiter, took me to meet my co-worker and I found out a number of unexpected facts:
1) I will be the only native speaker at my school.
2) the accommodations are shared, not single accommodation as advertised.
3) the teacher I met will be my room-mate.
4) I have a single-entry visa, so unless I can get a new visa issued by immigration I can't leave the country and re-enter on this visa. I.E. no trips to see the neighbouring countries.
5) the work hours are not as previously advertised.
I'll find out more about this tomorrow when I can have a chat with Mr. Joe. To quote Jayne from Firefly, "I'm smelling a lot of 'if' coming off of this plan." Right now I'm going to get some sleep and meet my school director tomorrow.