Day four(and five? I’ve lost count) was pretty boring, so I didn’t have anything to post ha-ha! However, yesterday a friend of mine came up from Mokpo, and we did a bit of chaotic exploring in downtown Yeosu. Yeosu is an incredibly beautiful city, especially at night. There are quite a few things to do, … More Yeosu. JLP Adventures Day 5?6?
9-5 lecture days, can’t beat ’em. Orientation is finally in full swing; may the coffee rain down on our weary souls. The first full day of orientation brought us a lecture on Korean Life, and a thorough medical check-up. Most of the lecture was on things I already knew from living here previously, but I … More It Begins. JLP Adventures Day 3
It’s been decided, I’ll be returning home to America in January! Hopefully for only six months, whilst I apply for a language and degree program in Seoul. However, for sure I’m going home. I’ve been obsessing and stressing over this for the past couple of months. School started back up, and I’ve been planning the … More The next chapter
It was a short day in Damyang, but then again that’s all you really need for Damyang ha-ha. Our first stop was the Bamboo Forest, one of Damyang’s most famous sites. In order to get there, from the the Gwangju bus station head out the front to the bus stops. Take bus number 311, and … More Damyang for only a day
My boyfriend and I decided to go to Daegu for our six month anniversary last month. We took the bus on Saturday morning, and returned Sunday night. It was a jam packed weekend, but we definitely saw quite a bit of the large city. We booked a great room at the 에오스(Eos) hotel, we were … More Hot Days in Daegu pt. 2
Ah…I lied about Tuesday or Wednesday. I started to study a little, and it wound up being an all afternoon study session, and then I went out for dinner with a friend. So, no posting! But, here we are finally. My first visit took place over Chuseok, which is a fairly long holiday here in … More Seoul Rookie
Switzerland is one of the most beautiful places I have ever traveled to. I haven’t been to very many countries outside of the U.S.A., but I can say Switzerland had an impact on me. My step-mother made a reservation for us through a tour group, so we didn’t have to worry about booking trains, hotels, […]