Hi, I am currently a Nursing student as a Freshman at Lewis University. The idea of travel nursing came to me around my Junior year in High School and since then I've fallen in love with the idea. I've always loved Korea's history but never really wanted to go until my Senior year. Since then I've been researching and working on learning the language. I plan on working in the U.S. two years after I graduate to gain experience, pay off school loans, and finish learning the language. However, I've read recent articles and am now slightly confused. First, will I need to take a different nursing exam in South Korea even if I have passed the Nclex in the U.S.? Also, since I will be (hopefully) fluent in Korean, will I have a better chance of getting a job?