How are you today?
It’s steady cold, below 5 degrees. The weather in UK is quite changeable as you started writing your blog. However, it’s not changeable in here. We are in totally different weather. As you wrote about global warming problem, it’s not too cold as I’ve experienced terrible freezing weather.
I called a friend who named Haeng-ja, has been living in US since she’s married . She’s a dental technician. We know each other from a high school. We met 2-3 times per a week before I left for UK. She met her husband when I was in Manchester. I was glad to hear from her love but I felt quite sad. Because I was feeling I lost a good friend. She’s very friendly and caring. Even though we’re far from each other I like to talk to her more than others.
I like to see old friends. All of them are precious. They know about me better than my family.
I met two friends who named Kyung and Eun-mi. We finished the same elementary school. But we didn’t know about each other at that time. We started getting much friendly when we met at the church again. We worked for the Sunday school at the church as a teacher. After finished it, we got together for a bible study. We have different characters but our relationship is stronger than any.
We ate Dukboki at the restaurant. Dukboki doesn’t have any oil. It boiled with various vegetables and rice cake with red pepper sauce on the pot. It’s spicy.
We moved to TIRADENTES, a Brazilian café at the airport terminal station. I never have been there. It’s the first branch in Korea. We usually go to have coffee to STARBUCKS, Coffee Bean, Pascucci, Dunkin Donuts. The international brands are very popular place to meet. TIRADENTES is quite small and has nice smell and excellent quality. It’s quite packed inside like other places. The café is designed orange color the interior. It’s one of my favorite colors. Maybe I feel comfortable because of it.
We’ll be there again and it’s a new place to see us.
We don’t meet quite often because both are married. After marriage, their life style is changed. They cook dishes for the family and do the housework as a housewife even they are paid by a company.
Korean married woman manage to do the housework after get back home from work.
Of course, the husbands help them to share the housework but mostly it’s a woman’s job.
I spent a good time to talk about something we didn’t share for a long time.
What will you on weekend?
Have a good weekend.
I like to show a beautiful snowing day in Korea four years ago. I went to the hill with my mum to take pictures in the snow. It's not happend yet this year. I'm waiting for snowing.
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