Well, actually I was trying to be modest. That's why I specified top 50, English-speaking, and IN South Korea. But for those who are still in uni, may I point out that what you are doing 10 years down the road may be very different from what you expect to be doing (for good or ill). I finished my master's in 1995 at a small public uni in West Kentucky, and went on to get the MA because they were building a park next to my apartment and I wanted to keep living there. At that time, I didn't know that teaching in other countries was something someone could make a career out of, and had never heard of tourism management as a major. Now, after over 10 years of teaching in four countries/on three continents, I'm getting the doctorate in a completely different field. And when I retire from this, I maintain the dream of searching for Incan ruins in Peruvian jungles. I grew up in the only county in Western Kentucky without access to a four-lane road, and my parents had barely finished high school. When I was in high school, I wanted to be a bricklayer, as that was the only type of job I could envision myself doing (no one we knew had gone to uni). This is not to blow my own horn, but merely to suggest those still studying (and those who may be stuck in a rut) keep their eyes open for other options as they are certainly out there. And my next big goal? To be able to view the power and money section of Styleforum. Only 49 more posts to go!
Best wishes, and back to my dissertation. When I finish this thing, I hope to have time to go fishing and not just write about it.