The Day-to-Day: Rural South Korea

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  1. Katie says:

    Selling my car before moving to Thailand to teach English a couple of years ago was one of the best and most life-changing decisions I ever made! From Thailand to Australia, using public transport and bikes instead of a car has changed my perspective of place more than I ever expected. Still haven’t been to South Korea, but it’s on my list 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Natasha!

    • Alana Morgan says:

      Even though I normally drive my motorbike, I love living in an area where I can get around easily by walking or songthaews – I hated having to drive everywhere in the States!

  2. Krystal says:

    Walking and the use of public transport is really popular in Asia, it’s something that I learnt from my family over there.

    Being bought up in the suburbs of London, my family over here has always had a car. Since working in London (though I still live in the suburbs), I’ve learnt to take advantage of the public transport and I’ve started walking much more. It really does help to keep us in shape, it’s better for the environment and it’s free!

    Thanks for sharing your experiences in South Korea, it’s very inspiring.

    • Natasha says:

      That is great that you’re able to utilize transportation more now! I’m loving walking and using public transportation in Asia because it’s way more affordable than the costs I paid back in the U.S. to maintain my car, pay for gas, etc.

      Thanks for commenting 🙂

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