You may have noticed I haven’t updated my blog in any meaningful way for quite some time. This has been due to a combination of things. Firstly, I’ve been incredibly busy preparing my post-Korea travelling schedule, and secondly, I simply haven’t been doing anything interesting. I’ll give you a quick rundown of the last few […]
Today is Children’s Day, a day when Koreans stop work and……..celebrate children, I guess. All the kids get taken out on nice trips by their parents, usually to a theme park or the cinema or for a picnic. As such I shall most likely not be venturing out, because everywhere will be closed or gridlocked. […]
Earlier this week Maxim-Teacher got her class to draw pictures of me as a present. Here are the results – From Kid's Drawings From Kid's Drawings From Kid's Drawings From Kid's Drawings From Kid's Drawings From Kid's Drawings Needless to say, I was touched.
The week before last was the final week of the academic year, and as such on Friday we had our graduation ceremony. Orange Class, the oldest class, and the ones who were actually leaving to start proper school, wore western-style robes, everybody else wore their school uniform. Orange Class also got the dubious honour of […]
Today was our monthly Birthday Party, and Cherry Class gave us the gift of dance – A wonderful gift indeed.
Last week before our Winter Holiday started (apologies for the lack of updates – that’s what I’ve been doing, having a nice holiday), we had a Christmas Party at school. It was a very nice way to wind down after a long term, and the kids were just as ready to have a week off […]
I honestly thought this bout of Hagwon-based idiocy had passed, but I was wrong. Oh lord how wrong I was. Saturday before last we had a sort of open day for our Hagwon so the parents of prospective students could visit, see a little presentation from our Director and Principal, and look at Dave and […]
Name – Thomas Age – 4 Class – Cherry Favourite Phrase – “Yes. No no no no no!” when getting yes and no confused. Favourite Class – Reading Additional Information – Thomas is something of a tragic figure due to being so incredibly smart in a class full of jabbering idiots. He tries his best […]
This past Wednesday (11/11) was Pepero Day in Korea, a national holiday not to honour the war dead like in Britain and America, but to eat a particular type of sweet called a Pepero (Pocky in Japan), which is a little biscuit stick dipped in chocolate. For about a fortnight before the day people kept […]
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