A nice Korean park in Paju city with a big beautiful lake running through it 🙂
Cooking and filleting some northern pike. This fish has whitish-yellowish fillets and tastes similar to eel.
Caught this little guy wading through the grass and had to take a video of him. Ground squirrels are fairly common in central Canada and usually aren’t a pest unless you own livestock.
Cherry Blossoms at Night
Spring in Korea is beautiful
Here is a glimpse into a korean snow storm. Korea has four seasons and winter is one of them 🙂
It snows often in the winter in the northern parts of korea. This video is taken north of seoul.
Today I eat a green tea snack for korea that has a very similar taste and feel to cheetos. This snack is very interesting and worth a try if you come to south korea.
Have a great day 🙂
Today I talk about moving to korea and how i learned to live comfortably in korea. I hope you guys and gals enjoy. please leave a comment or question 🙂
My pictures from the adventures I’ve had in korea
If your from a rural area and love fishing like me then I’ve got a place for you.
Korea is a technology country with high speed internet and state of the art electronics. In the big bustling city streets you may be surprised to find out that a fishing hole might be closer than you think.
Korean indoor fishing rooms can cost anywhere from 5-10+ dollars an hour. The rooms are fairly dark and usually consist of a pond in the middle of the room. The ponds are not that big maybe 100ft*20ft but they are stocked with fish.
The point of the room is to catch as many fish as possible and your points add up and you can win prizes if you catch large fish.
it is a unique and fun experience. If you’re ever in South Korea it is definitely worth the money and the experience. 10/10 in fun 🙂