There's our building - come inside & take the elevator to the 8th floor.
Take off your shoes. No shoes allowed inside Korean homes or schools. Even in some areas in restaurants you take your shoes off. There's always a ledge too. Keep that dirt out!
Here's our hallway. Closets on the left. Bedroom on the right - literally a bed-room.
Our bathroom is the next door on the right (blog about Korean bathrooms). And this is our "kitchen" The fridge is in the tall white doors on the left. And yes, our stove is on top of our washing machine.
And what do those buttons say? Yeah, we have no idea either. We just push play, literally. Gets clothes pretty dry, then we hang them on a rack.
This is our livingroom area. A friend lent us the couch, and we eat all our meals at the table. We made the middle section by the windows into a desk for Kyle to computer program away. The tree on the right is this fun sticker thing I put up.
Here's Kyle taking a moment to chill on our couch. The map is all in Korean, which makes things interesting. You can see laundry drying on the rack. We have floor heating & the top right plastic thing is an AC.
This is the view out our window. We have a view into central park, where we run 3 times a week. All the tall buildings are thousands of apartments.