When I first moved to Korean I always went to a local hairdresser in Uijeongbu, she did a pretty good job but I think she was a little scared of cutting my hair because she hardly spoke any English. It was also difficult to explain to her what haircolour I wanted so I just ended up getting black because it was easier.
But after a while I decided I was prepared to travel a bit further and pay a bit more to have an English speaking hairdresser.
I had a look on the internet and came across a salon called Zen Art Center it's near Ewha Woman's Univeristy, so it's about an hour from Uijeongbu but it's worth a trip. The hairdressers can speak English well and do a really good job - it costs about the same as getting my haircut at home which isn't cheap by Korean standards but they also do a great job and have great service so it's worth it.
Anyways, it is summer here now and it is very hot, so I got my hair cut a little bit shorter than usual. But I think it cam out pretty well - it's almost like a bob haircut.
One more poser photo of the new haircut - because being in Korea is all about the cheesy photos!