https://craniumapparel.co/lisobact/4590 On Thursday I signed up to tour the Hyundai Heavy Industries Shipyard and Museum. I really enjoyed getting to see the shipyard and learning more about how Hyundai came to be what it is today. Unfortunately, this is not the shipyard where Chris works; he is in the offshore yard. Another unfortunate is that they do not allow any cameras anywhere near the actual shipyard. They are very secretive about it all. It is crazy how big everything is there; I wish I could show you. They did however let us take a few pictures in the traditional Hanok homes that we visited on the shipyard. This is where the owners of the ships stay before they put them in the water, or before they set sail. We were only allowed in one area of the houses as they currently had guests. Chris and I had seen similar homes in Seoul but it was really great to be able to walk inside of them and take fun pictures like this one:by
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my latest blog post Korean lessons have been going well, but it looks like we have a case of a teacher’s pet in the making! Chris has taken it upon himself to actually study for our Korean lessons, which makes it very difficult for me to keep up. I think I can fake the teacher out a few more weeks due to the fact that I am an excellent Hangul (Korean characters) calligrapher, but it’s only a matter of time until I will also have to start studying. Hopefully, when the time comes, Chris will let me borrow the study app that he downloaded on his phone. App you say? Yes. I am married to the biggest teacher’s pet I’ve ever known.
http://powerhandling.com/?vikys=hookup-stories-kisses&8be=4b In addition to the normal “busy” of going to the grocery store (what feels like everyday), meeting friends for dinner, and going to boot camp, this weekend had a few bonuses. Friday, our air shipment arrived! I have to admit that neither Chris nor I was able to remember what specifically we had packed in the air shipment, so it was a great surprise to see the following: massive amounts of clothes (I was really, really happy about that!), one Kate Spade purse (again, really happy about that one), 11 DVD’s (??? maybe I thought I would be bored?), 1 giant transformer (that is uselessly sitting in the kitchen as we have nothing that needs to be plugged in to it — those items are all in our sea shipment), and to top it off, a huge quilt that we put on our bed in the winter… needless to say, this is a great example of how chaotic packing your entire house in one day is. While I am glad that the quilt made it to Korea, I wish that I had decided to put a pillow (or two) in the box instead. I currently sleep on a folded up blanket as our apartment complex feels that everyone should sleep with a pillow that rests their head at an approximate 45 degree angle.by
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