A heavy rainy day
I thought you might wonder about the jars in one of the pictures I put in the last entry.
There can be various things inside the jars such as Kimchi, and kinds of sauces, and I remember seeing my mum keep salt in there. People in cities wouldn’t use them these days, but we still have them outside my home, and we keep things.
It is raining heavily all over the place in Korea at the moment. There are floods reported. I think it’s going to last for days. When I was young, my hometown was almost flooded, and I went to some bridge with my dad and neighbors to see if it would really happen. I was very scared of losing my home. Water was nearly below the bridge. If it had rained more heavily, I would never see the village as what it looks like now. Every summer I am always sorry for the people who lose their houses, properties, and farm produce. It seems as if you never be able to stop the floods when it rains heavily during monsoon. It happens every year.
This week, I am too busy to focus on my blog. I am sorry that I haven’t put all my effort on it.
Talking about my summer semester, it has been fun, and I still have got a week left.
Last week, we had a famous Korean food festival. I wasn’t’ able to take nice pictures as there are quite a lot of reporters taking pictures, they weren’t moving and staying in good positions. Anyway, we had fun. There were Kimbab, Korean style pen cake, Deok-bok-i, and some other food. Those are not considered as a main meal. The interesting thing about this festival was that you had to make them to eat.
They are making Kimchi.
Kimbab-rice rolled with seaweed
That was short entry for today.
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