My next trip to Seoul – 나의 다음 서울 여행

Most great movies always have a slightly underwhelming sequel. Back To The Future had Back To The Future Part 2. Kill Bill led to Kill Bill Vol. 2. Die Hard had Die Harder. And the soon, I too will have my own sequel, although hopefully in this instance this part 2 will be as good as the first,Continue reading “My next trip to Seoul – 나의 다음 서울 여행”

Korean Conversation – 한국어 회화

I’ve been learning Korean for just under a year now.I can read and write Hangul, and I can recognise certain words and phrases, and according to my teacher and my friends I can speak what I know quite well. I’m still learning new vocab as I go, so what is next in my learning journey.Continue reading “Korean Conversation – 한국어 회화”

Seoul Survivors – 서울 생존자

While I was in Seoul, I met so many amazing people and I had such a great time. But now that I’m home I can’t help but feel a little sad. I enjoyed my time so much and was so excited and busy and happy, the time just flew by. It felt so fleeting. AndContinue reading “Seoul Survivors – 서울 생존자”

What Church was like in Korea – 한국에서는 교회가 어땠나

I have mentioned before in previous posts that I had attended a church while I was in Seoul. What I haven’t spoken about was what the actual experience of going to a Korean Church was like. And to be honest, it wasn’t that different from Church back in the UK. Except for, y’know, it wasContinue reading “What Church was like in Korea – 한국에서는 교회가 어땠나”

What Koreans really think about mental health – 한국인들이 정말로 정신 건강에 대해 생각하는 것

While I was away, many of the people I met asked me why I was planning on moving to Korea. Rather than explaining it to you all again, I’ll direct you to my post about it here. However, while I was in Korea I wasn’t able to simply link a previous post into the conversation soContinue reading “What Koreans really think about mental health – 한국인들이 정말로 정신 건강에 대해 생각하는 것”