Wednesday, February 14, 2007


I found out that I have to be out of this home on the 25th, so I talked to my new school and they arranged it so I can move into my new home that day. Yay! That means I don't have to move twice. My new home is near Sookmyung Women's University subway station. I am told that it would take about 7 minutes to walk to the station from my new home, which is near the top of a hill. It is a fairly new building, so it is clean. The only problem is that it is quite small. I'm moving from an old Korean home with a bit living room, a big bedroom, a small kitchen long hallway, to a one room studio flat with a balcony that is accessed through a low window (I almost laughed when I saw that). LOL. I'll send pics after I move in.


Kayla said...

Yes! Looking at the various accomodation options has been about the funnest part of job hunting for me. The apartment I've ended up with boasts a balcony, which is actually quite spacious in comparison to a lot, but houses my washing machine and leaves about 2 square feet for standing on and peering through the screen that..keeps out cats maybe?

laura said...

kayla. gotta love the 'balconies' here.