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Not only did I get paid today, but I also received my bonus! Wasn’t expecting that to come until September’s pay check, so it’s nice to have that all cozied away in my account.
Of course, all of that will probably get drained after my visit to the dentist on Tuesday. Full disclosure: I haven’t been to a dentist in about five years, and during my grad school years, general hygiene took last place in terms of my priorities. In short, I’m gross, and it’s a miracle I have any teeth still clinging to my gums at all. On top of that, my wisdom teeth have become recently a dull pain in the background of my life. Fortunately, a friend was telling me last night about a dental clinic in either Shinchon or Shincheon that only handles wisdom teeth extraction at a cost of-
-Wait for it-
10,000 WON PER TOOTH!
When I hear about medical costs like this, I feel bad for all of you suckers back in the States.
What does it say about me that I’m genuinely surprised that people like me and want to continue a friendship with me? What’s wrong with these people?
I’ve gotten so many new followers
that i only think it’s fair to warn you that my blog is where i reblog posts that either make me go “Hmmmm” or posts that make me pump my fist in the air in enthusiastic agreement
Or any post about Orange Caramel because Nana is a goddess
Or just random thoughts about life in Korea
If the above is okay with you,
seahorseteacher Sorry, I watch it without subtitles on a streaming site! I’m not sure if there’s enough international interest in it for people to feel motivated to sub it sadly.
Please translate all of my “I hate that person“‘s to “I’m insanely jealous and would kill a cute, defenseless creature of your choice in order to be that person”.
Ugh, this French girl on 마녀사냥 is all like, “Yes, I’m an Edae student, I’ve studied Korean for 4 years, and I speak it perfectly, la-dee-dah!”
This is the start of my fourth year in Korea, so if by the end of it Korean hasn’t started pouring fluently out of my mouth, I’m burning my Korean books and giving up.
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