Let’s go to… Gaedo Island

We recently got a GoPro camera and we are super excited! With a wider range of video capabilities, we can’t wait to start playing with our new toy so that you guys can have a better sense of the adventure we’re on. On Saturday, we took a ferry to a small island that promised natural beauty and great views of the surrounding islands. Continue reading

This & That – LASIK in Korea!

We have had many experiences in Korea, but this one was probably the most bizarre. After a battle with allergies and contact lens rejection, I was given the green light to go ahead with the LASIK surgery I’ve longed for since childhood. With the recommendations of fellow English teachers and some of my co-teachers, we made an appointment with an eye hospital in Gwangju. Continue reading

A Day in the Life – Yeosu Apartment Tour

We have finally started to settle into our new city, Yeosu! We have been so excited to get back to blogging and share some of our new experiences with you. To start it off, we decided to film an apartment tour! Our new place is so different from our tiny studio in Seoul, which you can see here. Check it out, and let us know what you think! Continue reading

Only in Korea – Dr. Fish

Seoul has many unique and wonderful cafes. This statement, as you surely know if you have visited many, is an understatement. We have been to coffee shops that house live sheep for the customers’ petting pleasure, treehouse cafes with high fort-style construction for booths, dog and cat cafes for when you’re missing your animals back home, and a plethora of other themes that will undoubtedly find a way to fill your needs. Continue reading

Let’s go to… Yongpyong Ski Resort!

Right before Christmas, we got our first actual snow! At the last minute, some of our friends decided we should all go on a road trip three hours outside of Seoul to Yongpyong Ski Resort. Everyone in the group had been skiing or snowboarding for quite some time, except Stephanie. This would be her first time, but after promising to teach her, she agreed to the impromptu trip. Continue reading

A Very Hedger Christmas

The holiday season is a special time of year in our house, and we have done our best to continue traditions while living abroad. While in Korea, we have been surprised by how many stores and neighborhoods have celebratory decorations and events to cater to those enjoying Christmas, however it is a different holiday than that which we are accustomed. Continue reading