In this Seoul Life video Hugh talks about his experience on Korean TV. Filming always takes longer than you think it will! We also say goodbye to our friends Diana and Gisela from Double Trouble en Corea and show a few clips from our live in Seoul recently.
Hugh is in his third week of his journey of getting into shape! He has been trying out some different types of exercise with his trainer Yoojin, but one of them they really didn’t enjoy!
Yoojin does videos of their progress on her channel a few times a week in Korean, so check it out here.
Hugh been going really well with his diet and exercise, but occasionally has cravings for fried chicken. I think he is starting to see fried chicken everywhere.
He is vlogging his progress so check out his videos on YouTube. The first one is here:
Happy Valentine’s Day! This is us at lunch today after eating lots of sushi.
The ABC in Australia has an article about us for their Learn English Facebook and site.
Click here to read the full article.
It has also been translated into Bahasa Indonesian, please click here to read it.
This video is in a kind of podcast style where we talk about a topic and our experiences. In this episode we talk about heatbreak and hopefully have some advice for our younger viewers.
We lived in the Korean countryside for over 2 years and not that many people are fluent English speakers there, so Hugh and I got into the habit of not really moderating what we said in public. In Seoul we still sometimes say things loudly in English that maybe isn’t the most appropriate thing to say.
We were in a department store when I was asking Hugh to comment on the size of my butt (I wasn’t sure about Korean sizes). A guy walked past and obviously heard and burst into laughter. Like that sudden snorting laughter. His laughter made me laugh as well, but reminded me that many people can understand me here.
Have you ever had a situation like that before?