One of the greatest things about living abroad is the connections and lifelong bonds you make with people and places you became familiar with. During my first three years in Korea I had the wonderful opportunity of living in the countryside. I will never forget my first day in the countryside. I stood at a bus stop, with way too many bags, in the middle of nowhere, just waiting. The immersion into a culture unknown, is one of the greatest life changing moments a human can experience. When I look back now, living in a big city like Seoul, I am humbled that I got to experience Korea in another way. A way that changed me for the better in so many ways.
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