This is where I live now?? Pinch me. This is from a walk around Jeonju this evening.
Like heaven in a steamer! Most delicious shell fish, octopus and squid, steamed fresh at the table. Oh, yum #전주! (at 전주)
Chicken wings? (at Woops)
Mark thinking about eating the silk worm larvae. Yum! (at 전주)
Silk worm larvae. Tastes like nuts! (at 전주)
At some fresh steamed seafood last night! Squid, mussels, scallops, and clams! They turned all of the seamed broth goodness into soup halfway through the meal. Definitely eating well in Korea! #twotallteachers #food #jeonju
Lauren Teacher and 3 of her morning students! She has the youngest kids at the school.
Class pic with my new first and second period class, successful first day! #twotallteachers #teaching
Sure! We can try and remember to do that in the future.
Today was a big day for the relationship between Jeonju and Mark and me. After our first full night of sleep since getting here, we decided to do some exploring. We took about a 3 mile walk around the city (without getting lost) and it was beautiful! In about a 10 minute walk from our apartment, we can get to a great trail along the river. The trail is so well maintained and it has some great people and nature watching opportunities. Periodically along the river, you can find stone walk ways to cross sides - we thought that was a lot of fun!
Coming to Korea, we thought we would like to get a gym membership to stay in shape. After being here for a few days, we are beginning to think it won’t be necessary. We took a picture of one of the many free outside-gym areas that can be found all around the city. At any time, you can see people running on the outdoor elliptical, doing chin ups, or just dancing around. Pretty cool!
Oh, and 50% off butts.