Election Day was last Wednesday, and politicians were in full force campaigning. There were people wearing the same outfits standing on corners campaigning for your vote. Posters were all over the city.
This is one of the guys who is running in Daejeon. For what? I have no idea. But WHO does he remind you of? For me, it was literally screaming in my face!
2. Doing dishes
Doing dishes in my apartment is not easy. I only have one sink, so I can't fill up one one sink with hot, sudsy water, and use the other sink for rinsing. So what I usually do is fill up a bowl with hot, sudsy water and use that water for washing all the dishes.
3. 80's Fashion
So the 80's have definitely come to Korea. There are popped-up collars on Polo shirts, overalls, neon, and denim mini skirts. Check out the two goodies I saw in Eunhaengdong.
In Eunhaengdong, you can find so many awesome things, including an array of hats.
Do you see the cute Frozen visors?
5. S Dot stationary store
In Daejeon, we have one place to buy craft stuff, like a Hobby Lobby. It's called S Dot (but it actually just shows up as S.). Look at the long wall of stickers! And there are more stickers than what is shown!
6. New merchandise in the stores
When we went shopping, many of the stores had gotten new merchandise. It was all over the floor in the middle of the walkway. Seriously.
7. Holding hands
I have mentioned previously that it is common to see girls holding hands with other girls and even boys holding hands with boys (or women with women and men with men).
8. Guy Smiley
Look who it is! It's Guy Smiley from Sesame Street! I saw his picture at a store and just had to take a photo of it.
9. Adorable little one
While in the subway, I came across this little cutie-patootie hanging out on his mama's back. I had fun talking to him and photographing him. His mom and auntie were so sweet too even though they didn't speak any English.
10. Love this shot
So I took this shot coming up the subway escalator. I just love it. Seriously love it.
I came across this family just hanging out. Two of the women were in their traditional hanboks. Aren't they beautiful?
My friend, Norman, came to Daejeon and visited me! I hadn't seen him since orientation even though we chat all the time over Facebook. He came Friday night and stayed the night on my guest bed aka couch. We had a great time....I introduced him to my favorite buffet place in my neighborhood, we saw X-Men, had Mexican food, and hung out in the park. We had a great visit.
13. My neighborhood
I love my little neighborhood in Daejeon. I have learned that I live in the newest part of Daejeon. I will miss it. I will miss being able to walk places.
14. French fry pizza
Katie and I went to one of my favorite restaurants in the neighborhood the other night, Kingdom, where there are literal knights in shining armor. We ordered cheese pizza and fried chicken.
First, we get popcorn as an appetizer. Who knows? This is just what they do at Kingdom.
And here is our "cheese" pizza. Look closely. Look very closely. You'll see French fries on the pizza. Yes, French fries.
And guess what?
It was SOOOO good! Who knew?