Monday, September 8, 2008

our beautiful apartment


Our dorm like Door

Our hallway - fridge door is hidden (guess where), bathroom on the left, kitchen on the right

Ta-da! Fridge opens. Looks like a closet door when closed.

Our cute bathroom, with stuff left over from previous tenants

Pretty obvious...the toilet. But Grandpa Means would be so proud of this bathroom. Not only is that contraption above the toilet a working telephone, but it's also is a radio. Not that I can listen to many of the stations, but there is at least one that is in English (50's Pop music rocks!) Yay dancing in the showers.

Very high ceilings


View out the window + Joe's laundry air drying

Joe photo. Joe sitting with my computer.

View out the window. Yep, more concrete.

Our staircase that leads to our bedroom


You go upstairs and...

Our bed and my clothes hanging



Joe's clothes way back in the hallway upstairs

3 comments:

Lesley said...

What a great apartment! And I laughed out loud at this part of the commentary:

"But Grandpa Means would be so proud of this bathroom. Not only is that contraption above the toilet a working telephone, but it's also is a radio."

awesome!

Mom said...

I love the looks of the apt. What are you doing about laundry (since it's drying on a rack)? Do they have facilities close by? It's comforting to see your climbing gear hanging up - homey! The place looks pretty new and awfully clean. And I think the loft is great!

jc said...

If you look at the second photo on the right, we have a small washer under the sink. Everything is written in Korean on the washer and we have been having a hard time figuring out exactly which button does what. It is also suppose to dry, though I hear from the previous tennants it didn't do a very good job at that. It just means all of our clothes are stiff when they dry on the rack. Luckily the iron takes care of that.

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We are both living in South Korea teaching English as a second language to elementary aged students. We arrived in September 2008 to work at L*Bridge for one year. It's like a reality TV show without the cameras and obscene backstabbing. See you in 2009!