Well hello to anyone who has made it to the final post of my whirlwind Korea journey. After saying goodbye to my friends, fiance (i'll get to that in a second) and everything that was familiar i'm finally back in my childhood home in Indiana. While it is weird being back home (really weird) it's comforting at the same time. I'm easing myself back into eating American food (hello huge portions), adjusting to the time zone change (that's a dozy) and trying not to think about everyone I care about back in Korea.
So as you saw above, there's been some big changes. I'm engaged. Yes. I'm engaged. As you've seen from the past posts, I met the man of my dreams while in Korea. It was a whirlwind romance from the beginning and we met, fell in love and got engaged. We're planning for a Christmas wedding (like I said, whirlwind) and moving to his next duty station sometime in March.
Korea was amazing but i'm finally ready to begin the next chapter of my life. While I don't know where life will take me next, I know that with Dan by my side and the support of my family and friends only a phone call away I can do anything. Thank you to everyone who went on this journey with me. Hopefully you learned something about Korean culture and maybe even a little something about yourself along the way.