Today is the beginning of the long Korean Thanksgiving holidays in Korea. We have never experienced such a long Thanksgiving holidays as this year’s before, at least in my life time.
A few days ago, my wife asked me to take her to the flower market, which is one of her favorite places to visit with. As I am getting older, I am working harder to keep making her happy so that she doesn’t even think about ditching me^^.
In Korea, we say, if you were a husband of 70 years old or older, your wife would beat you every morning shouting “why did you wake up this morning?”.
I should faithfully keep on depositing to her emotional bank to minimize the risk of being kicked out of the house we live in together, for now, that was actually bought with my money!
Having said that, I was actually happy to go there, smell the scent of the flowers, and take photos of the beautiful flowers. Though we like to visit there and buy some flowers as often as possible, our work doesn’t allow us spare time to do so easily. As the market closes at 1 p.m on each and every Saturday for the week, we have difficulty in putting the flower shopping to the time slot.
The market was not as busy as I expected.
My wife used to work for a flower shop in London U.K long time ago.
My wife arranged flowers. No, you can not say the word, “arrangement” here. She simply put some flowers into the vase.
Todamgol is a restaurant located in a popular visiting town, Toichon of Kwangju city, Korea. Since a few decades ago, it has been serving visitors with various traditional Korean style food. Once you visit there, as much as you can enjoy traditional Korean food , you will also appreciate the atmosphere of Korean style houses and its beautiful garden.
We have a Boston Terrier, female, 6 years old. She is begging for food. She has been on a diet and lost about 3 lbs out of 18 lbs. It seems she always feels hungry……. and angry.
AT a restaurant of Baemsagol, Jirisan National Park, Korea