11/21/12


Yes, we are still alive out here in South Korea! Report card craziness descended, along with a school recruitment, new student interviews, parent teacher conferences, etc etc etc.  This has been a crazy month. But here we are - eating Korean barbecue with friends.

I hope to have more time for this space in the next little while. I miss it like an old friend.

21 comments:

  1. Hmmm, looks so yummy! Glad to hear from you. :)

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  2. looking forward to posts soon! get out that camera, janis! :P

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  3. These are gorgeous images and making me remember my first Korean BBQ. Delicious!

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  4. Lovely photos. We missed you, too!

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  5. That all looks pretty awesome. Like a different world.

    Hope you pop in more!

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  6. You're eating my favorite Korean spicy soup. I crave those all the time. Yum.

    xo,
    http://blog.sisiliapiring.com

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  7. That looks amazing! I love Korean food!

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  8. Awesome pictures! Are you also learning Korean?

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    1. mike is, in earnest. i have been swamped with teaching, so i haven't picked up very much. hopefully mike will be able to pass on along some of his knowledge...

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    2. How great that he's learning it, since I think it's so important to understand a language to understand the culture of a country, but of course, I understand that it needs quite some time ...
      Anyway, all the best for the rest of your stay!! Are you in Korea for Christmas aswell?

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    3. we are actually heading to cambodia & vietnam for christmas! should be an exciting few weeks!

      take care.

      xo

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  9. That bottom photo... is that a giant mint or basil leaf? Looks delicious!

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    1. mint! basil is non-existent here (much to my disappointment).

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  10. I am super jealous of the food you get to eat! Winkler is SO devoid of any ethnic food, it's ridiculous. Thank goodness for Winnipeg, which I'm sure doesn't even compare to the authenticness you're experiencing out there! :)

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  11. It is so wonderful that you have an opportunity to live and work in South Korea! I wish you the best of luck and enjoy Asia for me :) Korean BBQ is the absolute best!

    - Melissa, The 25th Hour Blog

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  12. Ooh, this all looks so wonderful.
    Love seeing the food in other countries.

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  13. I Love your blog title with a capital "L" All of the food looks yummy!

    Emma
    http://emmavogelsang.blogspot.com

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  14. Absolutely lovely photos! so excited to have found your blog!

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  15. Wow.. just found your blog, and your pictures are so beautiful! Love it. Following from here on out <3

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thanks so much for writing! i love hearing from you!

xo