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How About a Cup of Tea?

When I moved to Jeju, I came with a group of about 30 people (all teachers). Six or seven of us spent the first few weekends exploring the island together before we started branching off and doing our own thing. 576 more words

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oblations

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in front of a grave outside a buddhist school,
2 bottles of jeju makgeolli made with a foreign rice
& a half decayed persimmon, for the occupant, 121 more words

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Analogue Tangerine Field

Analogue Tangerine Field
46, Haeanmaeul 8-gil, Jeju-si
Jeju-do, Korea

아날로그 감귤밭
제주시 해안마을8길46

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Starting Close To Home

I thought for my first story I would share something on Jeju, my home for the past year and a half.

Jeju is a subtropical, volcanic island. 1,159 more words

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Where I live

I mentioned in my first post that I live abroad. I am living on Jeju Island, in South Korea. I could (and will) devote many posts to this beautiful island! 714 more words

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Jeju Island - Mount Hallasan

For winter break we’re given 24 days of holidays. TWENTY FOUR! There was so much time that finding when I could coincide it with allowed holiday breaks between January and February was like playing tetris. 867 more words

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Aewol Beach

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