As a quote on Pintrest says "You and I are more than friends. We're like a really small gang." This past weekend, I met up with friends from Korea. As always we eat a ton of food and simply enjoyed each others company. Living overseas and experiencing a different culture together can make long lasting … Continue reading The People You Meet
What Is Normal Any More? : Reverse Culture Shock
This past weekend, I realized that I had been missing something that I didn't realize was missing. I have written about reverse culture shock before but this weekend it really hit me. I went on a day trip with a few international students. We went to the Asian district and had some....what I call Shabu … Continue reading What Is Normal Any More? : Reverse Culture Shock
For some, South Korea seems very exotic and dangerous. For others, they think of delicious food and are comforted. South Korean culture is quickly become well known in the United States. Korea’s “soft power” quickly is reaching from the west to the east coast. Kpop and Kdrama are quickly growing in popularity. Korean restaurants are … Continue reading Korean Food!