Monday, November 24, 2014

Fall in Korea

There are still beautiful colors on the trees here in Ulsan, South Korea, but they are starting to dwindle.  Winter is approaching!  I figured now is as good a time as any to show you Korea in the fall.

Festivals are popular at this time of year.  I've been to three this fall:  music festival, Muduhee Festival, and the Fireworks Festival.  I don't have pictures of the music festival (it was your typical music festival).  And, I don't have pictures of the Muduhee Festival (which is a tug-of-war festival, by the way).  But...I do have pictures of my walk home that day.  It was such a gorgeous day, I decided to make the 2+hour trek home along the river.  It was absolutely stunning...just see for yourself.

The other big festival was the Firework Festival in Busan.  It was a spectacular fireworks display off a bridge that lasted 50 minutes.  And, I was lucky enough to see it from the water on a boat.  That also allowed me to miss the crowd.  I got SCUBA certified this August by a couple who run their own business.  They organized a group to go out and watch the fireworks.  Check it out:

In addition to the festivals, there's just the amazing view of the leaves and the mountains that surround me.  Breathtaking and so peaceful!

The view from the front of my school...yes, I get to see this
every single school day!

Crows...a popular site along the Taewha River this time of year.

Loving the sights and views in my new home!  I feel so lucky to live with all this beauty surrounding me!!

BTW...check out my Facebook page if you want to see even more pics.


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  2. Hey there :)

    Great blog! Thanks for making it.

    I was wondering if you have a spare good PPP ESL lesson for High School or Middle School (preferably High school if possible) that I could send to my son before he applies to go teach in South Korea. He’s really excited but is just beginning to learn what it takes to teach abroad there. Would you mind sending us one if you have it? He’d really appreciate it and I’m sure it would help him out a lot.