Welcoming our Korean, but non-Korean friends

Our friends Gabe and Charissa just moved to Seattle.  We met these two while living in Korea (hence, our “Korean” friends).  They were fellow English Teachers living in Daegu – and we hung out with them quite a bit.  And we’ll be going to Mexico in March to go to their wedding!!

Although they just got here, we met up, hung out, and took full advantage of the short-life Seattle summer. 

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A Seattle Sounders (soccer) game!  The weather was perfect!  And we won 6-2 that day.  Although soccer isn’t my favorite sport…it’s a lot more enjoyable to watch with friends, in nice weather, and when we win! Smile  Oh yeah, Gabe and  Charissa are the two on the top row right side.  And no, we did not intend for an Asian-only bottom row.  Smile

After the game, we headed to Gabe and Charissa’s new apartment located in the Central District.  They have access to an AMAZING rooftop, complete with gas BBQs, tables, chairs, even a rooftop garden.  AWESOME!

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Look how amazing the view is!  We stayed up here until it was dark and too cold to be outside.  So fun!

  We are so excited for our friends to be living in Seattle.  Their arrival is a good reminder of all the great and fun things to do in Seattle – some of which I’ve never even done! 

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