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WWOOF at Santisuk, Jinbu

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I’m doing nothing much here. My daily routine would be teaching English 1 or 2 hours per day, learning Korean, washing dishes, babysitting, blogging, watching korean dramas, cycling around Santisuk area and taking photos.   Buying the turtle souvenir at Lee Seung Bok Memorial   Cycling to Lee Seung Bok Memorial       The […]

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Teaching English to Korean Kids

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It is not an easy feat. English is my second language and so are they. The harder part was that they learn English pretty late and you can’t compare the rural and urban kids’ english level. It’s pretty rural here in Nodong-ri, Jinbu, Gangwondo. Most of the houses here would be either tending to their […]

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I am now in Jinbu, South Korea

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My flight from KLIA took off at 23:30hrs on 17th Feb. It was a direct flight and the vessel was full. Nowadays the carrier consolidate their passengers to cut down the cost. Korean Airlines, Sri Lanka Airlines and Malaysia Airlines’s passengers were grouped together. We reached Incheon airport at 0650hrs. I took my time around […]

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I love Bun Sok’s food

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Making mandu from kimchi and tofu. The kimchi jar in a secret room..hehe. One of Bun Sok’s tasty invention.It is from radish..yummy. Sorting out the red beans or phat. Eating tangerine and drinking mughwa tea while sorting the beans. Bun Sok used this machine to make a dough for sujebi. This is how you make […]

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The day that we escaped

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We were so exhausted from pulling the radishes so Yong Jun and I decided to check out from the farm earlier. The plan was to act sick. Haha..me with my gastric and he was down with flu. Cool idea? Hahah..we woke up early, packed our bag, decided not to eat breakfast and persuaded the host […]

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Sending off Hanim on 19th November

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After a very long discussion, we decided to let Hanim go to Seoul early. Hanim, don’t leave me!!19th November was the hardest day in Hongseong period!! Hanim..too excited to leave the house. Can’t wait. Pretending to cry..hahaha. Shettt..I’m left with Yong Jun to deal with that ‘mu’! See? I caught Hanim’s arm so she will […]

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Our saviour – Yong Jun

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Before our saviour came; another wwoofer (Park Yong Jun – a korean american) , we had to do this. Work..endless of work here in Youngi farm Washing the onion and chopping it after that. Yeay!! More jobs… Our delicious lunch. Thanks to Yong Jun for the oyster and squid. Right after lunch, he had to […]

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Halfway Kimjang

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We started the night with peeling the garlic and onions. It lasted the whole night!! Guess what??It’s called pari in korean. The next day we harvested this cabbage for kimjang. Me with a giant cabbage. Our truck! One whole van and only both of us did it until late evening. So cold and tired… Giant […]

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Gwangcheon – Part 2

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The cookies that we ate while surfing the net at the mart. This is organic rice which contains rice, black beans, yellow beans and etc. So healthy! What we ate at the wedding ceremony. Hobak juk – squash porridge (the yellow one) and as usual my favorite- tteok.. This is where we surf the internet. […]