Noah and Eli have adjusted to the time difference, more or less, and to living in a Korean apartment block in Bundang.
I've started to write about our time here a bunch of times, but for some reason I tend to descend into some generalisms about Korean society, about which I tend to be a judgmental jerk. I figure no-one, least of all me, needs that. So here are some pictures, which I hope show that our adventures have been good, and that we're looking forward to being home next week. These are just from James, my bro-in-law's phone, which shows how amazing phones have become!!?
There's a playground at the bottom of my mom-in-law's building. Strange because there's no dirt. But Our Kids still manage to get dirty.
|On the train. It's amazing that you can spend 90 minutes in the train and still be within Seoul.|
The kids favourite thing in Seoul has been this fountain, in the center of the city. It's been hot and this has been the best place to cool off.
|It would be funny if they were joking, but it's even funnier because I'm pretty sure they're not.|
|eating in a box (Eli is just happy he was invited). You can see the high-rise apartment blocks in front of my mom-in-laws: they're clusters of 20-30 of the same apartments all together.|