Today Joy took the tractor test and he had to leave early in the morning. So Bun Sok and I dried the millet and pepper after he took off. After that I took my morning walk as usual. A bit further everyday cause I felt my stamina increased lately. Hahaha..It was 6 degrees but I felt fine. Hmm..Maybe I’m getting used to the cold weather? Here is much colder than Seoul.
Bun Sok writes a column for a farming newspaper three times a week. Hence, today we had ‘open kimbap’ for her column. It was superbly delicious! We took some pictures for the column with my camera and she decided to buy a DSLR too. Ngehehe..I influence people everywhere I go. (*Devil smile*)
After the photo session, we went up to the hill and harvested another quarter of the millet plot. She told me to shoot some of the magnificent scenery. There was a half moon in the sky cause it was autumn as she explained. Simply awesome. *Sigh..* Will I be able to see this in Malaysia?
After lunch we went to Jaesan village to meet the children there. Bun Sok teaches them English every Sunday at 4pm. It wasn’t a typical English class. Since Joy and Bun Sok has WWOOFers staying with them occasionally, so she will introduce them to the children. One of the children stayed in Malaysia for 2 years. His name is Jun Song (준성). He recognized me as Malaysian at one glance! Shocked! In my heart, I felt somewhat proud to be Malaysian. ^__^
I brought my lapT and camera. I showed my family’s , KLCC’s, my cousin’s wedding and some Malaysian food’s pictures to them. They were shy but very hyperactive students! Before I returned to Bonghwa, I gave them 1 ringgit note as a souvenir. Seriously I couldn’t think of anything to give then but I remember that I had lots of 1 ringgit note with me because of Hari Raya hahaha. They were so happy!