Year Two, Week Five—Amber

Radio

Technically this isn’t a photo from THIS week but I just couldn’t move on without posting a picture of our 15 minutes of fame. 🙂 Last week we were honored to be guests on the Seoul radio station TBS eFM and speak about this blog. It was such a fun experience and reminded me that as an expat living in Korea we have so many opportunities that we wouldn’t have in the US. Because we are “foreigners”, we have been featured on the radio, our children occasionally model, we get front row seats at parades, and we have even gotten invited to dinners with US dignitaries and the Korean president. I think that other expats in Korea (English teachers, Business men and women, etc) would say the same thing. The opportunities are varied and plentiful here as a foreigner. I am so grateful for the unique experiences we have had because of our differences and I hope to soak up many more in the months to come!

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  • Zayda - This is so cool! I have to agree, being a foreigner here is quite nice! Great shot!ReplyCancel

  • Grandma Rita - I loved hearing you girls on the radio. Such fun!ReplyCancel

  • Soo - Hey guys! I listened this radio programe when you were on air and then I looked for this website to read your experiences here in Korea. Photos are also awesome to enjoy!ReplyCancel

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