So far we are really enjoying our new adventure here in Korea. There are many things we are having to get use to, so much of it is very different from the States. We're a little out of our comfort zone most of the time...but overall, it's been really nice. And Peter says this is the best job he's ever had! :) ...That's a plus!
We were walking today and I just couldn't believe the view of the rice fields. The city is not all that clean, it's a busy, dirty city like any other. But right in the middle of it are these stretches of beautiful farm land. We walk by them everyday and everytime I have to stop and appreciate them.
Like the suggested stoplights, no other rules of the road seem to be enforced here. Take parking for instance....there are not a lot of parking lots or spaces in the city. The Korean people don't mind. They just park wherever they feel like. Frequently that means the sidewalk...or the middle of the road! We have seen cars double parked on an already narrow, single two lane road! That leaves barely a car width for two cars to get through. It's insane!!
Just thought I'd share a few things that are a little crazy here since I tend to just share the exciting, fun parts most of the time!