Hiking Seoraskan in the Fall

Before I moved to Korea, I looked online at the most beautiful places to visit here. One of those places was Seoraksan (specifically in the fall). So when I saw a trip to hike Seoraksan during this time, I knew … Continue reading

4 Festivals in 2 Days

I hadn’t planned on going to the Jinju Lantern Festival. Actually, I had planned on going camping a couple of weeks ago. But when a friend of mine told me she was thinking of going to the festival, I hopped on … Continue reading

Losing my Camera in Korea (and other disasters)

Well, my fear has happened — I lost my camera. Or maybe it was stolen from me. I have no idea and I may never know. But first let me go back in time and tell you about a place I … Continue reading

Learning to jump in Ulleungdo

I am a very cautious person. I don’t like jumping into water before knowing how it feels. I look before I walk. I research products before I buy them. So naturally, me jumping off a bridge on Ulleungdo island in the … Continue reading

3 Weeks in Korea | Gyeongbokgung Palace

THREE WEEKS. That is almost a month. I have been in Korea for almost a month. Woah. People were right in saying that times flies quickly here. Lots of people say they’re going to do things and go places only … Continue reading

My first week teaching | Bukhansan National Park | Finding a church

Have I really been in Korea for almost 2 weeks? WHAT IN THE WORLD. Life is starting to run quite smoothly here. Things that terrified me a week ago have become familiar. For instance, I no longer tense up when … Continue reading

Bukchon Hanok Village/Some thoughts from Korea

Well, I did  it. I made it to Korea. Oh, how time flies. I have about a million things I could say but instead of saying all them, I’m just going to post some pictures. A few things I’d like … Continue reading

Thoughts from Disneyland

My bags are packed and all the things on my to-do list are crossed off. This can only mean one thing: I am ready to move to South Korea. This past week, I went to Southern California for a family … Continue reading

Moving to South Korea

In case you didn’t know, I am moving! What?! Crazy right? I can barely believe it. Actually, I really cannot believe it. It hasn’t hit me yet. A few months ago, I received a job at a middle/high school on an … Continue reading