Quick side note on Korean elections - the campaign process is like a big party, nothing like it is back in the US. For close to a month before the elections we would come across groups of people singing, dancing and bowing on street corners. The first time I saw it I thought they were promoting a sale or something, but no they were promoting the candidates for the national assembly. Each wearing their specified matching polos. Not only do they dance they also drive around with mobile billboards, complete with the candidates face plastered on the side. I must say it's kind of weird now that elections are over that these groups aren't out dancing in the street.
|Biology teacher - 강병권|
|English co-teacher 나형진 "Mr. Nah"|
|Two of my other co-teachers "Anna" 이혜진 and 류현정|
|class 1-8, one of my favorites|
|2-6 boys, what a handful|
|One of my favorites: Jeyuk (spicy pork), sam (leaves), kimchi, lotus root|