Monday, November 10, 2008

What's Korea Like?

Surprisingly, or maybe not, I have no idea what Korea is like. Many people have asked me, and it seems not unreasonable to assume that someone who has lived in Korea for an entire year would know more about it than someone who has never been there. To my dismay, however, I have found that my knowledge of things Korean is limited to:

1. There is a lot of kimchi there;
2. Korean people are very nice and like children;
3. The driving is crazy; and
4. I can't buy everything I want.

I think we can all agree that this is a shameful, and ridiculous, state of affairs. I will be remedying it immediately so please stay tuned for my new and improved Korean knowledge.

4 comments:

The Martin Family said...

I could help you out with what Korea is like, but not all is as positive as your "korean people are nice and like children".

Helen, Robert, Jack, and Emma said...
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Helen, Robert, Jack, and Emma said...

Spoken like someone eho is "short", Miss. Tori...so don't rub it in. :0)

I like Korea. It's like the Detroit of Asia.

The Martin Family said...

lol, sorry Helen! Well if it makes it any better I like the fact that they have places like the flower market and the fabric market. It makes it seem a little....European?