So we were just on vacation for eleven days wherein we did nothing much, hung around, drank coffee, chilled, read books, and intended every day to catch up on posting, uploading pictures, and generally keeping our fan up to date on the goings-on of our final days here in Korea. Alas, we never did. Because we were too busy not doing anything productive whatsoever.
On another note, Hillstate, the giant construction project located directly across the street from our apartment, is officially almost complete. This is due largely to the efforts of the diligent construction workers that like to start every day of the week (and weekends!) at 7 am by dropping 1 or 2 scaffolding pipes on the ground ever 10 to 20 seconds for 2 hours before taking a well earned break.
The signal that construction is nearly complete? The first delivery of kimchi refrigerators.
Keeping your kimchi fresh.
From LG in a variety of colors to suit your lifestyle--the new Dios Built-In.
A view of a section of Hillstate including scaffolding pipes.