This is my final picture for How We See Korea. I have a few travels that will take me away from Korea, and then I will move away from the country that I have called home for over two years. This isn’t just another picture of Seoul. This picture contains not only that beloved tower, […]
I’ve had many Koreans inform me that Korea has four distinct seasons, and they are very proud of this fact. They have every right to boast about fall in Korea; it’s absolute perfection.
A lot of people complain about the ginkgo trees in Korea; they produce some very stinky berries. However, they are my favorite trees in the fall. I love the fan shaped leaves and their vibrant yellow color.
It’s been just a bit foggy and hazy this week. Only a little.
I’ve always enjoyed finding grammar mistakes, but Korea makes it too easy sometimes. There’s not much of a challenge, and it’s almost not fun anymore. Almost.
Why drive on the road (a mere twenty feet away), when you can drive on a sidewalk and get stuck on the curve?
One of my last summer in Korea pictures. Autumn is quickly approaching, and though I am sad to see the flowers fade, I am so excited to have one final fall in Korea.
I took this photo on our last morning in Seoul. We were eating breakfast at the JW Marriott in Dongdaemun and looking out over the gate. There are 4 things I love about Korea in this photo. The gate, the coffee, the beautiful fall trees, and the blue bus. These are the things I think […]