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Kids have likely asked crazy questions and have said silly things since the dawn of civilization. These are certainly some of the best I’ve heard while living in Korea.
A time-traveling-trek took place this past weekend for myself and two friends. Fresh off of payday and ready to spend our hard earned won (within reason), we planned a day trip from Daegu to Gyeongju to see remnants of the
Today was a “throw the whole experience away” type of day. Monsoon season has the power to change even the kindest attitude into a horrible one. I like a little bit of emotional anarchy from time to time (sparingly) but
It’s the end of the week, so what better way for us to enjoy each other’s company than to wind down the last tidbits of my favorite meals and drinks back in Seoul? Let’s go! #7 Chocolate Coffee Beer
When Lindsey submitted her essay, I knew I wanted to feature her story first. She’s a beautiful girl with a wonderful heart. Her stories of social work with children from other countries were extremely moving and I’m excited to share