Never in a million years did I think I would see my husband rocking a Hanbok so I could not stop laughing at how cute he looked and how adorably he was handling both the shop owner and my mom fussing over him.
He was such a great sport about everything :)
When we finished, we all hopped in the car and drove around the Air Base to show the hubs where I went to school, where I used to swim competitively, and a few other places I loved going to as a child.
Finally, we ended our first day in Korea with yet another not-so-traditional Korean meal. But again in our defense, Korean pizza is also unlike the kind of pizza we're normally used to seeing.
We had a Korea bacon and yam sauce pizza on a green tea crust and finished the entire pie before they could even bring out our kimchi and pickles (yes they serve kimchi and pickles with every meal).
Hey, we were kind of hungry and the pizza was kind of good. And by good, I mean freaking phenomenal ;)
So that was our first, pretty uneventful day in Korea! It seems like it was so long ago and though I'm only 2 hours away here in Japan, I'm already feeling those pangs of homesickness deep in my heart. I hope you all don't mind reminiscing with me as I share the rest of our vacation next!