Posted in July 2013

Breakfast and Buddha

Breakfast and Buddha

My life for the past week has been pretty uneventful, save for one small detail. My school has decided to temporarily change our working hours from 2-10pm to 9am-8pm. Thats right. 9 AM to 8 PM. I do get an hour and forty five minutes for lunch and an hour for dinner but that’s a … Continue reading

Five More List Crossings… off?

Five More List Crossings… off?

I swear I’m not going to make this a thing. Updating you on the things I cross off my list as I cross them off? Even I wouldn’t read that. (devotees will recall my list of “Things I Have Left to Do” in Korea) But it just so happens that I had an incredibly productive … Continue reading

Incheon, Landed

Incheon, Landed

My landing in Incheon wasn’t quite as auspicious as that of General MacArthur in 1950, but it happened nonetheless. And, unlike MacArthur, it was my second time to Incheon. I visited the city when I was in Korea three years ago, but it’s a big city, and there is a lot to see. The trip … Continue reading

Seoul, in a Picture

Seoul, in a Picture

Back in May I had a day off of work for Buddha’s Birthday. It was a Friday and I had no plans, so I did what I always do when I have no plans: I headed into Seoul to walk around. I don’t remember where I went first, but somehow I got to Myeongdong where … Continue reading