Chronicling Korea: Eating as a Community

Before coming to Korea, I never thought twice about eating alone. In a typical day, I have a very different schedule from that of my friends, and so naturally I would eat most or even all meals by myself. That just made sense. Here, however, it's a different story. In Korea, it can be seen … Continue reading Chronicling Korea: Eating as a Community

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Chronicling Korea: Always an English Teacher

Hi, hello, and welcome to a new series I'm starting titled "Chronicling Korea," in which I will, well, chronicle my experiences here in Korea. From general cultural observations to distinctly unique anecdotes, this will be my way of ensuring that I neither override my entire online existence with foreigner-in-Korea related content, nor ignore my living situation … Continue reading Chronicling Korea: Always an English Teacher

Letters From Inside: The One Where I’ve Been Here for Two Months

Two months. It's been almost exactly two months since I moved to Korea. I still feel like a mess, I still don't know what to do with myself half of the time, but, somehow, I think I'm getting my footing. Working a 9-5 (or, more specifically, 8:30-4:30) job has helped me find a routine, but … Continue reading Letters From Inside: The One Where I’ve Been Here for Two Months

A Summer in Pictures

(Victoria, BC, Canada) (Butchart Gardens, Victoria, BC, Canada) (Butchart Gardens, Victoria, BC, Canada) (Butchart Gardens, Victoria, BC, Canada) (Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC, Canada) (Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC, Canada) (Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC, Canada) (The Vancouver Aquarium, Vancouver, BC, Canada) (The Vancouver Aquarium, Vancouver, BC, Canada) (The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada) (Iona Beach … Continue reading A Summer in Pictures