Honeymoon in Bali – Part 1

We finally got to go on our honeymoon recently, about five months after our wedding took place. In Korea, Chuseok is a national holiday, like American Thanksgiving, where families get together and eat lots of food. In actuality, it is a very stressful holiday for many people, especially for the wives of first-born or only […]

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Going to the Pool in Korea

Fall and winter are perfect seasons for me. I love to cozy up under a blanket with some hot tea watching Christmas movies. My birthday is in the spring, and now my wedding anniversary is, too, but I get terrible allergies in the spring, so even that season isn’t my favorite. Summer, though, is when […]

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Sad News about Leo

Unfortunately, our cat Leo passed away this weekend. Although I never mentioned much of the health problems he faced, since we got him in March, he constantly baffled us with his behavior and multiple vet trips never told us much. We rescued him from living in the streets, but I think he liked being outdoors […]

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Book Haul – Used and New

So a while back, I stumbled upon a used bookstore in Daejeon called Aladin. It’s a pretty big chain, and they have multiple stores within the city, and I’m sure there are lots all around Korea, as well. The store also has a site where you can purchase new books, but their used bookstores can’t […]

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