this past weekend we had what we call "workshop" at KNP.it is a bi-annual event that my school hosts in order to prepare our teachers and staff members for the upcoming semester. while it may be work on a saturday, i actually genuinely enjoy workshop. our ACs make the meeting both informational and entertaining.

seoul, august, 2011.
seoul, august, 2011.

[this is my coworker, brain. he is such a great guy and he has a very heartfelt smile ^__^]

seoul, august, 2011.

[these are two of my beautiful coworkers, kayla and lia. they work in R+D with me!]

during workshop, we listen to our managers speak about upcoming curriculum and we also participate in team-building activities.

seoul, august, 2011.
seoul, august, 2011.
seoul, august, 2011.
seoul, august, 2011.

after we're done with workshop, our school treats us to a fancy buffet at the intercontinental hotel.

seoul, august, 2011.

[because it is such a rare occasion that i get a good salad here in korea, i didn't even glance at other dishes all night! hehe]

after dinner, a few of the new (awesome) new teachers, jeff teacher, and i walked around bongeusna temple to rid of our food babies.

seoul, august, 2011.

this semester's workshop was great =]

also happening in my life over here in seoul:

1) the weather is gradually getting colder.

seoul, august, 2011.

sooner than i wish, it will no longer be bike riding weather. :/

and 2) i introduced jeff teacher to the mac world. i haven't had enough time to decide whether this was a good or poor decision on my part. one of the few pals i've got here in korea is now BFFLS with his new ipod 4. here is jeff's attempt to be smug before opening his new babe.

smug jeff teacher.

little does he know, the smug attitude comes naturally and immediately after going mac. is it appropriate to say, "once you go mac, you never go back?"

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