30 Days of Korean School Lunches

Friends and family often ask what we eat at school, so I decided on a little project. I took daily pictures of my lunch, and I did that for a month… Remember: in the old days, rice was the main meal of the day, and today it still is – it’s eaten with 98% of the meals here (spoiler: you’ll see it in every pic here). All meals are also always accompanied by the ubiquitous kimchi (fermented Korean side dish).

I must admit that many meals don’t look that tasty through these pics, but believe you me, they [usually ;)] are! Even the seaweed soup later on grows on you (health, health, health)… πŸ™‚

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Gorgeous Gurye, our home in Korea…

We have been fortunate enough to live and teach in Gurye for the past 3 years. It is in the south most province (Jeollanam-do) of the Korean peninsula. It is considered to be one of the more rural areas of Korea, and you know what that means – natural beauty, little to zero noise, serenity!

Sometimes I think we take for granted what we have right here on our doorstep. We love our lifestyle and we cherish each and every moment we get to spend in this beautiful area that we are calling home for now.

Here is a glimpse of what we have on our doorstep:

Where does it lead?

Where does it lead?

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