Military wife going to Osan, Korea. Advice please!?
We are not planning on having children for medical reasons, so please advise me on what I can do to pass the time for 2 years in Korea. We are only allowed to take one car, so holding down a job may prove difficult. Can I buy a car there? Will I have to get a Korean driver's license? How can I make the best of it, while avoiding the trap of staying at home all day on the internet? No baby making, and I am usually a very social and creative person. Yet, I fear I will suffocate with no way to go anywhere when I want to.
Asked By: Hiding name - 12/7/2009
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You can always buy a cheap car once you arrived. There are courses you can take to learn the Korean traffic laws. Based on what I have seen here (Daegu, Korea), I don't know why anyone would risks their lives driving here. As far as what to do to pass time. You can always join the FRG (Family Readiness Group) and... More
Answered By: Jin - 12/8/2009
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volunteer. If you like kids may try getting involved with the day care on base.. or maybe ther eare local orphnages or homes( Japan has a butt ton of them... More
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