Line In Juul Madsen er adopteret og er i øjeblikket på rejse i Korea. Hun blogger om sine oplevelser, og vi bringer her på koreaklubben.dk enkelte af hendes indlæg på engelsk. Læs mere om Line og andre indlæg indlæg på hendes blog livingseoul.blog.com


So I have now been living in Seoul for a little over a week. It has all been extremely exciting but also a little hectic :)

Wednesday I moved into Sewha Hall at Kyung Hee University. This dorm is going to be my home for the next 10 weeks and I am really excited to see how I am going to handle this dorm life. :)

I have a Korean roommate who is a Phd students and there for a little older than I dared to hope for. She is so cute and wants me to call her Erica. :)

The room is very standard and looks like the room I lived in at the boarding school I attended in Denmark. We have no kitchen but at least our own toilet and sink. That is quite nice.

My room at Sewha Hall

Actually I have no problems living with someone and I think I will benefit from having a Korean roommate in the long run but it is a little difficult to get used to all the rules at this place. Kyung Hee is located at Hoegi-dong, Dongdaemun-gu which is quite far from the center of Seoul and when you have a curfew like I do here it can be problematic. But So far I have managed and we will see how it goes! :)

Kyung Hee University is huge and really really beautiful. The first day I walked around I felt like I was in a Harry Potter movie. :)

The main gate

The administration building

The central library

Every where on campus you can see sculptures, arches, gates and art

Tomorrow I will have my first lesson and I am really nervous but also very excited. I am struggling a lot with all the signs but hopefully it will all come to me and I will be able to understand just a little bit. :)

I hope you all had a great Easter and enjoyed your days off! :)