On Friday, we had the privilege of going on a picnic with our Kindergarten kids! We were especially excited about this adventure because it meant we would be out of the classroom. We all piled into the bus and headed to a park on the other side of the island. Little did I know that we’d be in for a mini-culture-shock concerning what Korean kids eat for lunch!
Of course, upon our arrival, we stopped for a quick photo shoot.
We wondered around the park for a while…
We also stopped to have our picture taken with the bride and groom statues.
And then we sat down for our picnic lunch. I’m going to be honest with you, when I heard “picnic,” I automatically assumed sandwiches and juice boxes. It was only after I sat down that it occurred to me that we were having a picnic–in Korea… I found myself fascinated with the kid’s lunches, and I took a couple of pictures because I thought it might interest you as well. As you will see, it’s quite different from what is in the average child’s lunch box in the States.
Our lunch looked surprising similar… It was actually quite delicious. We especially enjoyed the cherries!
We were exhausted by the end of the day, and little did we know that we had quite the weekend ahead of us. Stay tuned as I bring you more posts on some DIY projects I completed… And as I inform you about my husbands latest… em… adventures.
Is it just me, or do the lunches seem slightly healthier than what we give our kids back home?