Mostly, American expats live in our complex, it feels like everybody owns at least 1 or 2 dogs, every family has a kid that you can see playing outside. A lot of the kids are playing with their bikes or schoolmates, you can hear them giggling outside, walking their dog, and mostly soaking the summer months before school starts.
We are also 30 minutes drive from the nearest KTX station - Cheonan Station where you can take the bullet train to Busan, which we already did last April. You can also take the bullet train from here to Seoul, its around 30 minutes train ride from Cheonan Station.
South Korea is a very organized country, people line up to get taxi and you stand up on your waiting slot by number. Parking inside the mall is directed by a parking attendant, so you don't have to worry in waiting where to go, which levels are full and they direct you to go where the open spots are. These are just a few of my favorite examples how efficient and organized Koreans are.
- Stephanie Perkins | Anna and the French Kiss
Probably, after reading this, the next inevitable question is: where to go next? or where are we settling down? This is part and the choice of having our kind-of-nomadic/expat lifestyle that we have - that not knowing what's going to happen next and what's in store for the whole family is an inevitable part of our roller coaster adventure. But today we are thankful and pausing this moment, we are here and we are home for now.