I know I live a privileged life. I'm debt free working a job that makes me a little under 30k a year but still managing to reach my monthly savings goals while traveling Asia, exploring Korea, and going out with my friends. I work a job that affords me loads of free time to study Korean, sure, but to also write and plan for my future, my goals. I've fallen back in love with my hobbies and interests while exploring new opportunities for growth and lifelong education. The beauty of my circumstance is not lost on me, but what I've experienced in Korea over the past 10 months has been so much more than just myself and my goals (though that's all pretty great).
The things I love about Korea--small as they may seem--hold a certain kind of beauty. In the words of Perks of Being A Wallflower, they're my infinite moments.
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