- No wonder I lost so much weight in Korea - I don’t think I’ve stopped snacking since I came home.
- Grocery stores where I actually know what everything is are simultaneously so much better and so much more intimidating (wayyyyy too many choices).
- Clothes dryers are by far my favorite thing on the entire planet right now.
- I guess I underestimated the difference between Korean everyday fashion (high heels and skirts) and American everyday fashion (tshirts and jean shorts).
- WHY IS EVERYONE SO TAN??
- And there is just so much cleavage.
After lunch with the principal and some teachers, I’ll head up to the airport to meet her.
This last week has been so incredibly insane that I haven’t even been able to think about her visit, much less plan activities for us. Luckily, we both said that we want the trip to be low-key and more about spending time together than about running around and seeing everything there is to see.
So I decided that the most important thing that she needs to experience is the food. I made a list of all the things my mom needs to eat while she’s here (this list doubles as all the things I need to eat before I head back to the States).
- Shabu shabu
- Bubble tea
- San nakji
- Egg bread
- Kimchi jigge
I’m probably forgetting things. Suggestions if you have them!