I am an English instructor working in Namyangju, Gyeonggi Province. I live in Wabu-eup, a district of Namyangju city, hence the name. Namyangju (南陽州) is one of the many satellite communities which surrounds the capital city of Seoul, so I am never far away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
This blog’s name is taken from the fact that I live in Wabu-eup (와부읍), or Wabu Township in the city of Namyangju.
I teach a number of children, some as young as six years old and others as old as fourteen. I do enjoy teaching them and hope that I learn as much from them as they do from me.
My interests lie in a number of different areas. I am interested primarily in history, music (classical of course!), literature, the fine arts, architecture, and travel to different countries. Additionally, I maintain a passionate interest in foreign languages, Chinese characters, current East Asian affairs, and the doings of family and friends back at home.
I do invite those so inclined to comment on this site. However, much like news coverage in the People’s Republic of China, all comments are moderated.