This past weekend Rui and I went to a local baseball game. Before it even started, I was hit in the side with a fly-away practice ball. There were VERY minimal nets up to protect the fans; this is another example of Korea's different safety standards. Don't worry, mom, I turned out to be just fine.
Tickets were super cheap, but if you wanted to get in, you had to get there super early.
The mascot, and a close up of one of the players' names in Korean.
It was packed! People were sitting on staircases and in aisles - which made me think of their lax fire and safety regulations...
Samsung Lions won the game, 3-2.
Cards I drew and sent out for Buddha's birthday.
Cards people sent me that I cut up and used to create tiny notebooks with. Here is the car and the oragami paper I cut to fit.
Then I hand stitched the pages into the cardstock. Easy as that.