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Gwangcheon – Part 1

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P/S – These pictures are just good poses but only God knows what we’ve been through. Before we knew the place is like hell – all smiles. I only started taking pictures after 2 days which explained why I had no mood to take pictures at all. Really hate this experience!! We ate loads of […]

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I ran away from my host’s house in Gwangcheon

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All I can say is that..it was really a shitty experience.I am glad that I met Yong Jun and we escaped this house together early in the morning.Hanim, if you ever read this, we were asked to pull out all the radishes like crazy yesterday!!And omoni even had the face to ask us to do […]

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WWOOF at Jangheung – Part 2

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This was from 26th – 30th October in Jangheung.Jangheung is located in southern part of South Korea, in between Mokpo and Boseong.The weather was still warm and autumn has not reached the city yet. Jangheung was so foggy in the morning. This was around 7.30 am. I normally took a 30 minutes walk around the […]

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WWOOF at Jangheung – Part 1

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Mr Han’s second son – Jong Min and his cousin. They served me persimmon and tteok from organic green rice. Yummy…I am officially a tteok po/ tteok suni This was my third Jaesa dinner in a month!! The kimchi was a bit salty. Mr Han’s aunty and her grandchildren. Jangheung is famous for rice and […]

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Now I’m in Jangheung

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I’m sorry for the delayed post. Currently I’m in Jangheung, about 1 hour from Gwangju. I stayed alone for 5 days here in an empty alternative school. Scary? Hmm.. a bit. The school is so silent at night and no TV, no radio, no internet. I’m lucky I have my LapT to kill the time. […]

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Bonghwa Korean Traditional Music Concert

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The performance was on 16th October. Bun Sok saw the news on TV in the morning and decided to go if the weather was good. After cooking my Laksa for them, we went to Bonghwa to watch the concert. There, I had tteok again. Yahoo!! They served songpyeon..ngehehe. Pavillion at Gwon’s village. The staffs were […]

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Ponggi Insam Festival

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As my norm, I started the day with morning walk Sesame leaves. The mountains are mostly these colours Bibimbap for breakfast Ponggi is a district under Yeongju and Insam is ginseng. So we went to Ponggi Insam Festival today after packing the green peppers and gochu garu (red pepper powder). The festival is held from […]

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Joy’s farm: Autumn v/s Winter

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On why I would love to stay longer at this farm..*sigh* This is where I stay now in autumn This is what gonna happen if I stay until winter Pictures : Mybonghwa.com I don’t need to go far to ski in Gangwon-do. Here in Chunyang is free and I could make my own ski resort. […]

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Joy’s Father’s death anniversary

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After my morning walk we harvested the rest of the millet and picked some green peppers as gift to the consumers. Bun Sok and Joy have been running this website http://mybonghwa.com for 9 years. They updated their daily activities on the board for their consumers to see and learn. They had a farm in Angsung […]

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A tour of Chunyang

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Today we planned to pack the pepper powder but the quality was not as good as the first batch we packed. So, in the evening Bun Sok and me had to go to Chunyang to mill the powder again. As usual I started the day with my morning walk and I tried to jog but..I […]

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Jaesan village’s children

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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 […]

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Millet day

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Joy said that there was frost early in the morning today. So, we had to harvest the pepper earlier even if they are not red. It took us around 2 hours to harvest all of them and later we put it under normal temperature to force them to become red. Bun Sok said probably the […]