Sung Hyun's mom invited me to watch the worship service in the morning at her house that only her and Sung Hyun participate in. I knew that we would be spending a full day with his family so I opted out of watching and decided to sleep in and just head over to his sisters house later that afternoon. I regret not going now, because it was an honour to be invited and probably something I will never get the chance of seeing again. My bad!!!!
But nonetheless, I still had a busy day. We picked up Sung Hyun's mom and the three of us drove to his sisters house at about 1pm. I made food, cooked it, spoke Korean as much as I could, watched Korean TV, played on the computer, ate, and talked some more. We didn't get out of there till about midnight. I was exhausted but felt great -- overwhelmed with love.
Of course no post is complete without some pictures:
For some reason we didn't make the traditional songpyeon but made mandu instead.
Sung Hyun decided that he was going to take an hour nap and leave me to fend for myself, check out his bed head. It's quite stressful to be in a room full of Koreans who don't speak English.
'YO MAN WHAZZZZ UP?'And of course we can't eat a meal without Kimchi. But who thought we'd have so many choices
The meal was AWESOME.......I loved everything!!!!
But I still can't eat as fast as them -- which to them means I'm not enjoying my food
And of course we had to sing Happy Birthday to Sung Hyun's mom. She turned 70 the day before.
Family -- That bright blue outfit that Sung Hyun's mom is wearing is what we brought her back from Vietnam. As soon as we gave it to her, she tried it on and asked if she was beautiful (she's got the same sense of humour as Sung Hyun)
I left with a wad full of cash...........woohhh hoooo!!!!