Korea has been getting a lot of snow this month. The snow is one of the few redeeming values about winter in my opinion. Unfortunately, living on a peninsula on the southern tip of Korea means that we never get any snow that sticks around.
We have talked about making a trip up north soon to go skiing and see the snow covered mountains. The game plan is to go for New Years with a group of our friends. Learning to ski last year in Korea has me itching to get back on the slopes again. It was the first time I have truly enjoyed staying outdoors for an extended period of time in the cold weather.
In the meantime, here are some photos from our weekend trip to Boseong. Even though the city is just an hour northwest of us, they have been getting a lot more snow. We headed out with John and Mara to the tea fields and only a handful of other people were there wandering the fields. The empty plantation and the snow made for a wonderfully peaceful walk through the rows of tea!