I’ve been living in Korea for almost 1 year but I’m still not used to Korean traffic or how unsafe it is for pedestrians . We almost got mowed down by a church van, but as Mr Gwon pointed out, once they hit us and kill us it would be convenient if they drove us to heaven too.
We talk about the Korean drama “Modern Farmer” and what we think about it. No major spoilers.
I do most of the talking because I actually sat down and wrote an essay about the drama after discussions with Hugh about it. Therefore it was easier for me to talk about it. Also, he is so hungry in this video so all he is thinking about is food.
Homer: I’m like that guy. That Spanish guy. You know, he fought the windmill… Marge: Don Quixote? Homer: No, that’s not it. What’s-his-name, the Man of La Mancha. Marge: Don Quixote. Homer: No! Marge: I really think that was the character’s name. Don Quixote. Homer: Fine! I’ll look it up! (Goes to look it up). Marge: Well, who was it? Homer: Nevermind.
Yup, pretty much. He wasn’t saying “Okay, you were right,” he was saying “Okay” angrily because he didn’t want to admit I was right! hehe.
Not only was the curtain moving creepily while we filmed this but last night there was a strange dragging sound on the roof… but nothing there. I’m sure there are logical explanations, but it’s fun to be scared sometimes.
We chat about some recent comments on comics and videos!
Now I REALLY want to make guacamole… but avocados are too hard to get in Korea.
Often these moments aren’t because of English being his second language, it’s just that he can’t remember a name. He knows if he says a word that maybe sounds like it that I will most likely guess it.
Like when people say things like, “You know the guy? He’s in that thing? You know the thing with a guy? And then there is that person?” And if someone is good friends or married they know what the person is talking about.