I've been racking my brain about something and you all are so helpful that I figured you would be the best to ask. This might be slightly long so I apologize in advance.
I live in the US and I'm someone who has never wanted to stay here. I've always wanted to move and live somewhere else. I just couldn't decide where until recently. And here's where the question comes in, haha.
I have been looking into moving to South Korea after I graduate. However, I'm majoring in criminology and psychology in which I have to receive a doctorate in psychology and at least a masters in criminology. It's going to take another 6 years before I reach that. I'm impatient and don't really want to wait that long before I move. So I was looking into universities in South Korea that have those programs and I did find a few. I also tried to look into the police system for criminology but the English site is basic and I couldn't find information regarding their requirements. I am learning Korean, but am still a beginner so it's difficult for me to navigate through the sites. Now the university I currently attend does have a study abroad program which I am looking into, but I have to be at least a junior before I can apply and that won't be until next year.
Anyways, I remember in a video that I found regarding non-teaching jobs in Korea that most companies look for doctorate degrees in their fields and such, and I was wanting to ask your opinion if you think it would be better to receive a doctorate in Korea than in the U.S. since I am wanting to move there or if I should just finish my education here.
I'm sorry for it being such a long message and for bothering you with such a strange question. I hope everyone has a great day!