Tagged: Korean husband
I never had any pretenses about my husband lacking a romantic bone in his body after we ‘celebrated’ our 100 days together. In Korea, couples aren’t so much into celebrating months together like young couples in the States, but November On the Go: Hallie & Jae-oothey’re interested in the 100s. To reach the 100th day is auspicious and often couple rings are exchanged on this day, though at the time I didn’t know anything about this special day.
It’s often said that Koreans are blunt. I don’t recall hearing any Koreans say that but plenty of foreigners that come to the Land of the Morning Calm do. I imagine if you grow up here, what we consider blunt is considered normal and what we consider polite and non-confrontational could be considered passive and aloof. Going out into public with the new baby is something I look forward to while at the same time brings a nervous jittery feeling I never had before when faced with stepping out my front door.
In part 1 of this series I discussed finding a doctor and enforcing English during consultations as well as not finding a Lamaze class and...