It has been almost a month since we moved to Seoul. We have started getting used to using public transportation (it’s really easy and reliable), eaten all kinds of good food, tried (and still trying!) to adjust to the humidity and heat and walking and we’re debating over getting a car. Should we, should we not??
Jacob–the orange juice and frozen chocolate covered pineapple pieces
Caleb–trying new food (street food, preferably)
Tonya–walking around the city
Things that we need a little longer to get used to…
The complicated recycling system, extreme humidity, not speaking Korean. (yet!)
We have started orientation for school–students start next Monday! I’m excited but a little sad to see the summer end. But I’m not going to lie…this summer has not been very restful!;)
This is a super short video of us in Namdaemun, an area of the city with lots of shopping. Stores and street vendors galore. But first, a picture of Sean thinking about how he would rather have a bubble tea than the coffee he just ordered…
Ok, you can’t see a lot past my face– I’ll do better next time. Maybe. (Disclaimer: the video plays in my edit/preview screen. If it won’t play for you, I’ll post it separately.) Next update will include a few pictures (or a tour!) of our apartment. Because, apparently, I need more than 3 weeks to set it up! Don’t judge.
All is well with the Garricks-hope the same is true for you.