There many things that go hand in hand in life. Peanut butter and jam. Popcorn and butter. Mixed berry smoothies and tofu (okay, maybe you ignore the last one). Something that I've noticed that also goes together is teaching English in Korea and starting a blog about your adventure. It almost a mandatory thing "to do" when you come over to Korea. It's like some sort of new age olympic sport.
If you take a look at the blogs listed on The Korean Blog List, you'll see hundreds of blogs. Some are maintained often and some become abandoned quickly. One blog that been maintained for a while has been Seouliva. Anthony has kept his Korea blog going since September of 2003. When he asked me to review his self published book on Korea, I agreed to help him get some publicity for his little project.
Titled A Really Good Book (About Korea): A Collection of Language, Lifestyle, and Love, this is Anthony's interesting picture book on his adventure so far in "the land of the morning calm". He writes about the miscellaneous ramblings and his personal observations and experiences in South Korea. I read a few pages of the book and it's really quite interesting. I wish I had seen it before I came over to Korea as it definitely would have been handy. Anyways, if you're looking for a good read about the life of someone doing the "teaching English in Korea" as Anthony puts it, this book just might be for you.
Devante's Dell Inspiron 640m (she had a tall caramel macchiato and I had a tall double blended caramel frappuccino, totaling 10,200w [$12US] for both beverages).
You can run, but you can't hide from the wrath of my camera. Actually, she just happened to be covering her face and I snapped the shot. As I'm editing this post right now, she can probably see her own picture on my laptop.