A meal in Korea is generally much cheaper than in the U.S., and it often includes a much larger portion. Last time I went to Korea I gained weight because of the accessibility of food EVERYWHERE. Where I live in NH there are not many restaurants, and I could probably count how many there are … Continue reading The Korean 15?
As part of the CLS Korea program, each student chooses one of three culture activities: taekwondo, traditional art, or k-pop dance. I chose to take taekwondo this summer and am starting from a white belt. By the end of the eight weeks (lessons two times per week) we will have had enough training to take … Continue reading Taekwondo
In Gwangju (South Korea) I take the public bus every day to school and home, as well as to explore the city. Compared to the new subway system in Seoul, Gwangju's public buses are much harder to ride and the system is quite complicated. It is very easy to miss your bus and to even … Continue reading Bus Mania