Life is pretty plain
So one day this week we woke up and the sky was blue. This seems like a small thing, I know, but after a few weeks of steady rain it felt glorious. Walking through the courtyard of our building on the way to work, I saw a small tarp covered with red peppers drying in the sun. Coming home for lunch, I saw eight or nine tarps added to the first. Which made me think - has everyone in Korea been waiting impatiently for the rain to stop so they could finally dry those peppers? The dried product is now for sale at every veggie street stall. More importantly, the sun has shone for five days.