After much preparation and nearly 6 months of vacation, we have finally arrived in South Korea. Now many of you might be thinking: "What are you doing in Korea?" That is a great question that we are still asking ourselves (wink). Even though I had imagined myself living in a warmer, more tropical place like South America, somehow Danny and I ended up here where kimchi (fermented cabbage) is a staple and neither of us can speak or read the language. We'll be teaching English in a public school somewhere in S. Korea for a year and tomorrow we officially start our new jobs. We are both excited, but it still feels like we are just going on vacation, not moving.
We flew with four, fifty pound bags and two carryon suitcases which contained not only clothes but sheets, kitchen knives, a year supply of deoderant, a pound of taco seasoning, and a lot more. This blog is here to document our adventure together, and we hope you have fun reading it! Goodbye America...Hello Korea!
The view from our Hotel of central Seoul.