This blog now averages over 500 unique visitors and just under 1000 page views per day. Currently this blog has surpassed 90,000 visits! Thanks to ZenKimchi and My Korean Kitchen for the influx of visitors. I've had fun interacting with YOU, my loyal readers (some of you are: Sandra, hirocakep, john from daejeon, daeguowl, imoet, estlxlan, g^2, Natasha, Sue, Lily, Catherine June, annamatic, eliza bennet, yen nie, Leo, Ed, Michael, Carl, Mary, ROK Drop, Stephen, Katie, Susan, Jennifer, Bryan, Eva, and Cat--I apologize if I've missed anyone!) in the comments about the interesting things I've encountered in South Korea (and all my binge eating, hehe).
Also, the kind emails I keep on receiving have also given me incentive to keep posting daily. At the same time, I've also managed to monetize my blog thanks to John Chow and other tips from ProBlogger (special thanks to my sponsors Flying Cows Consulting and Education Connection).
Want to do some reading? If I could choose ten posts for you to read all over again, I would suggest:
My trip to the Demilitarized Zone
Christmas in the UAE
Serenaded by a taxi driver
Where my readers are from (the number of comments amazed me!)
Campus Couple Saturdays
Fashion in Korea
All my food posts
Top 3 Essentials for teaching English in Korea
Our journey to Jeju
My visit to Jogyesa temple
There are many more interesting posts but I can't list them all. I would highly suggest that you do some exploring through my archives. I'll make a post that has all my favorite experiences laid out month by month later on. Anyways, once again thanks for reading my blog. I will keep this blog continuing even after my time ends in South Korea.
Would you still be interested in following the antics of Gdog & Co.? I would be happy to hear your thoughts in the comments or by email.
Let's celebrate by having a piece of Philadelphia cheesecake (it's from Costco; topped with homemade blueberry compote--inspired by Michael Weaver of course)!