Celebrating One Month in Korea With Mixed Bag Memories, Eggs

Time doesn’t stop. Whether you’re miserable or on top of the moon, time does not stop. Though, I wonder if time flows differently on the moon?

Today marks one month here in South Korea. This time last month, I was on a plane from JFK International Airport in New York to Seoul-Incheon Airport.

A month may not seem like much to some, but for some perspective: the first time I was in South Korea, in 2005, I lasted only 40 days. In 2010, I think it was 55 days, though I have always rounded up when telling people. Shh!

So, for me, even a month spent not just “lasting” here but actually enjoying my time and making the most of it is a significant milestone.

So, this morning, I celebrated with poached eggs.

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Because I love poached eggs.

And now, I am going to keep the celebration going with a mix of various photos from my first month back in South Korea. Enjoy.

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Saying goodbye to the U.S.
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Saying goodbye to my best friend.
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Saying goodbye to the soil-y bonds of Earth, and the U.S.
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In flight.
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In flight beer.
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In flight meal.
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In flight John.
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First three nights in the “love motel.” You are not missed.

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And, we’re back. Here’s to (at least) 11 more months of photos.

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