I wouldn't go so far to say that I've been homesick lately or anything; I'm still having a great time! I have; however, become a little nostalgic as I think every person who has suddenly realized they are, indeed, an adult as opposed to a university kid tends to feel, so I thought I'd give you all a little comparison on how my life was in Canada and how it is now that I'm living in Korea.
You'll see that some things in my life will never change, such as the popularity of the sexy kitty pose, and that some things are unchangeable, such as the crappiness of Korean coffee. The one thing that will probably never change is my lame sense of humour. Enjoy (don't get too bored)!
My favourite pose in Korea (this picture is from Japan, but you get the point):
Fairly traded, organic, light roast coffee cafe au lait with a slight dusting of cocoa. Sigh.
My Korean Family:
Charlene took the role of Mother Hen the second I got to Korea- she showed me around Suwon, gave me all the bus numbers and their destinations, took me to GS Mart and the grocery store and helped me identify groceries in Korean, and had movie nights with me when I didn't know anyone. She has been great, to say the least.
My Real (Canadian) Family:
My Korean Friends: