As most of you know, we recently left Korea, and we are in the middle of traveling through Asia and Europe on our way back home.
After we taught our last class at our private school in Geoje, South Korea, we headed up to Seoul to spend the weekend with some of our friends.There are many things we will miss about living in Korea, but most of all, we will miss all of the amazing people we got to know. We walked through the area where the President of Korea resides, and little did I know–I wasn’t supposed to take pictures. After snapping this shot, the guard on the top of this building loudly blew his whistle at me. Opps… This was a designated photo area where we get our picture taken in front of the “Blue House,” bascially Korea’s “White House.” The next day, we had breakfast and said our goodbyes. With everything packed into two carry-on backpacks, weighing only 8kg. each (yes, we are proud of our light packing skills), and two personal items, we headed off to the airport to catch our flight to Beijing!Stay tuned to hear about our time in China, as well as our epic story of how we got lost on the Great Wall!