Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Need to Know Series, 3: Cooking in Korea.


Afghans - dripping icing and all... 

Welcome to the third 'need to know' series of living/ preparing yourself for Korea.

The first is here and the second is here .

It's all about food today and I'm sharing specifically about cooking and baking in Korea. I've created a Pinterest board specifically to indulge my baking habit, here it is.

Eating out in Korea is the thing to do, there are lots of cheap options in most neighborhoods and living in the best home delivery country in the world, you can always order in.

However, I love to cook dinner in my little kitchen almost every night.
So if you're like me and you're moving to Korea, then rest assured that if you love to cook, you can cook in Korea too.

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Springtime in Daejeon, South Korea.



It's spring time and my official judgment call is... it's the second best season of all if you live in Korea. Autumn is by far the best, when the days are long, the temperature's perfection, morning, noon and night and life just feels awesome. 
Spring time? Well it can still be a bit chilly at night but days are good, the flowers are amazing and I walk and ride a bike everywhere. 
Can you tell I'm in a great mood? 
Read on for a quick update about life and why I'm especially loving Korea right now... 

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Need to Know Series, 2: Arriving and Setting Up.



I hope this need to know series is helpful. You can find the first of the series here.

Part two of this little series will be briefly mention orientation and I'll let you know what your first day might look like and setting up your little (or maybe huge) apartment.

Above is a picture I took of an interesting *cough* weird, statue at the top of a mountain near my house. Spring has sprung and I just got over the flu, thank goodness, because bike riding is about to commence!

Read on explorers, read on!

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Looking to the future and being thankful.

Hello there friend. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy a little blogpost I put together when I was sitting in an airport in mainland China. Enjoy. 

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Need to Know Series, 1. What was I feeling one year ago?



Over the last few weeks I've been thinking a lot about how I feel right now and what I was feeling at this time one year ago.

My life in South Korea has fallen into a pretty good rhythm but what was it like one year ago? And what have I learnt the second year round that can help others thinking of moving to Korea?

This 'need to know' series will do just that. Little things I was really afraid of, things that were built up at EPIK (English Program in Korea) orientation that turned out to be a lot easier than anticipated and a few helpful things I could never find when I was researching my impending move to South Korea.

Hope it helps.... So what was I up to one year ago...?

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