That thing behind me, that looks like a giant brown milk bottle, has been standing there, in Gyeongju, over a thousand years. It was an observatory. I've read that it's one of the oldest in Asia. I was too lazy to get the information. Just look up "Gyeongju" in South Korea, and you can find it quickly.
It was my first trip to Seoul for just doing some sight seeing and hanging out. That station is like a grand central station. Since the day I made this picture a subway track connecting this station with Incheon International Airport was installed.
...a few days before I got my first haircut in South Korea. I lived in Yeongcheon, a small town where most people I met daily did not speak (or understand) English, and there were so many hair shops all over the place. Finally, I picked one. Before going there, I printed up a picture of the haircut I wanted.
... a few days after I got my first haircut in South Korea.
Christmas vacation, 2010.
In the teacher's work room at my first job in South Korea
Standing in the tower of Busan.
First time I ever dyed my hair (and beard, and eyebrows).
A view from the locker
We've come a long way, Mom!
Sis and I both are 21 with a lot of experience!
My second niece and me.
(Last day at the first job in South Korea)