Juu’s Journey – Transportation Troubles

Korean transportation system is quite convenient and easy to do ONCE you UNDERSTAND it. There have been some instances where I made some simple mistakes of my life a bit harder from lack of information or misinformation. So, I thought I’d take some time to share with you all some mistakes I’ve made since moving…

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#24- Surviving Korean Winter

Q: What are Korean winters like? Even though it is currently Fall in Korea, the cold, bitter months are fast approaching. With my body acclimated to a warmer, Southern American climate, the cold weather that Korean winter brings isn’t ideal for little ol’ me. I was told that last winter was warmer than usual (personally,…

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#23- Home Blues

Q: What are some things you miss about living in America? As the holidays, the big ones at least, near, I can’t help but feel a little twinge of sadness and loneliness. It’s never easy being apart from family or friends, but there is something especially lonely about being apart during this part of the…

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#22- Temple Food

Q: You’re a vegetarian? What do you eat when you go out then??? Being a vegetarian in Korea comes with its challenges. There are days when I just go hungry or snack on simple foods because I am tired of eating the same things and have no idea how to spice up my meals. Another…

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#20- Quarantine Blues

Q: How are you coping with corona and quarantine? Being halfway across the world from friends and family and living alone in a tiny apartment with restrictions on who I can meet and where I can go, isn’t exactly the best recipe for sanity. Since the second wave of corona has been making its way…

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#17 – Virus and Life Changes

Q: How has corona affected your life in Korea? Things have changed a lot this year and because of these changes, some basic life things are a bit more difficult to do, but, even though we had to adjust to some things, I don’t think my life has changed drastically. In my opinion, Korea has…

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