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My New Apartment in Daegu

So I am back for my second year in Daegu, and I have a new apartment. I am in a different building this time and my apartment is much smaller.

Last year I had a big apartment with two big rooms in addition to an eating area, kitchen, and bathroom. This time it is much smaller, but I like it. It is called a villa here, but it is very similar to an efficiency apartment back home. There is one big living/sleeping area, a small kitchen, and a bathroom. It is quite cozy and I really enjoy it.

When I moved in I was the first person from my school to live here so I got a new refrigerator. Most refrigerators in Korea are quiet small, but I got a big one. One so big that it won’t fit in the kitchen. I only have 1 outlet in the kitchen and if I had the refrigerator in there it would block the light switch it is so tall. So it sits in my living/sleeping room.

Below are some pictures of my apartment. The first few are from when I first got here, and the last few I took today to show how my living/sleeping area is now.

My living/sleeping area - you gotta love the wall paper

My dresser with TV on top and small table in the corner

Looking out onto my patio where my washer is

My patio with washer and lines to dry clothes on

My very small kitchen

One wall of my bathroom with mirror

My bathroom

My living/sleeping area complete with large refrigerator

My clothes racks in one corner

My bed and desk on the other side of the room.

 

 

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About Eric Bynum
I taught ESL for three years in South Korea and now I am looking to set out on a new journey after just finishing my teaching certification in the US. I hope to continue teaching and traveling and you can follow his journeys here.

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One Response to “My New Apartment in Daegu”

  1. SAMUEL CAROCA says:

    hello my name is Samuel and I am looking for a place to stay in Daegu for 15 days, but the hotels are all full, so I’m looking for a home where you can Pagras, hopefully traditional Korean house
    I am a university professor and I will be in Daegu World Athletics Championship 2011
    I may be able to help you find somewhere to sleep, I pay all accommodation costs

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