Monthly Archives: February 2013

Jeonju Gaeksa, 전주 객사

The Jeonju Gaeksa is near the main shopping district in Jeonju. Historically, it dates back to the late 1400’s and was used as a guest house for the government offices. It looks like a great meeting and resting place nowadays.

Jeonju Gaeksa, 전주 객사

The Jeonju Gaeksa is near the main shopping district in Jeonju. Historically, it dates back to the late 1400’s and was used as a guest house for the government offices. It looks like a great meeting and resting place nowadays.

Jeonju Market, 전주

Last weekend I took my first real day trip out of Gunsan. I didn’t go all that far. In fact, Jeonju is really the next biggest city around. It’s about a forty minute bus ride. This is the city I

Jeonju Market, 전주

Last weekend I took my first real day trip out of Gunsan. I didn’t go all that far. In fact, Jeonju is really the next biggest city around. It’s about a forty minute bus ride. This is the city I

More from the public…

…public washroom that is. One of the things I’ve become grateful to pack around with me are either wet wipes or hand sanitizer.  Most public washrooms here are missing soap completely and the taps only have cold water running out

More from the public…

…public washroom that is. One of the things I’ve become grateful to pack around with me are either wet wipes or hand sanitizer.  Most public washrooms here are missing soap completely and the taps only have cold water running out

Ice cream martini

This is my hundredth post, to celebrate I present to you one of the greatest things I’ve found here. It’s a chocolate ice cream martini. The bar’s name is Enfant Terrible and it’s quite small and quiet. Confession: I may

Ice cream martini

This is my hundredth post, to celebrate I present to you one of the greatest things I’ve found here. It’s a chocolate ice cream martini. The bar’s name is Enfant Terrible and it’s quite small and quiet. Confession: I may

Architecture and alleyways

Some of the more interesting details of Korean architecture and building processes can be seen by walking through the alleys, away from the main roads. Here are a few examples from from a walk last weekend, around Young Dong. Disclaimer:

Architecture and alleyways

Some of the more interesting details of Korean architecture and building processes can be seen by walking through the alleys, away from the main roads. Here are a few examples from from a walk last weekend, around Young Dong. Disclaimer:

Saemanguam Sea Wall, 새만금 방조제

A couple days ago one of my adult classes kidnapped me, took me for lunch on the air force base and then took me for a drive around the Saemanguam Sea Wall which is the longest sea wall in the

Saemanguam Sea Wall, 새만금 방조제

A couple days ago one of my adult classes kidnapped me, took me for lunch on the air force base and then took me for a drive around the Saemanguam Sea Wall which is the longest sea wall in the

Notebooks

In Korea you can buy notebooks specifically for your different subjects, if you wish. Because that’s cuter, right? Here are some English ones that my students have. And some others that are just for fun…

Notebooks

In Korea you can buy notebooks specifically for your different subjects, if you wish. Because that’s cuter, right? Here are some English ones that my students have. And some others that are just for fun…