As numerous expats can attest to, coming to live in Korea can be quite a jarring experience sometimes. But probably not as much as you’d expect, for Korea too is a modern, developed country, with institutions and services that match – nay, are often better – than equivalents in your home country.
An interesting question from Curtis, a reader with a slightly unusual family in which 2 brothers from one family married 2 sisters from another. And as you will see, with logical concerns about how this might be received by Koreans:
Anyway, for my birthday she tiramisu'd me. I know. I'm butchering this whole grammar thing with my noun-verb usage.
Not sure what I ever did to deserve someone that can cook up a storm like Carol. Not only is her cooking incredible but its the heart that goes along with her cooking. For example, if she finds out it's your birthday, she'll cake you. Carrot cake, pineapple upside down cake, dump cake, angel food cake, etc. Her recent trend is to brownie people. See previous post.