Here’s a shot I took in a Seoul metro station as a friend and I waited for a train this weekend. It’s pictures like this make that me thankful I live in a small town like Seosan. Seoul is a remarkable city, but the constant crush of people, the smog, and the utter lack of green space can really be a drag. Sure Seosan might not have all the flash and amenities of a big city, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for with charm. Living in a small town really gives you the opportunity to get to know the character of a place and its people. While at first I had many reservations that I picked the countryside over the city life, after 8 months here, I can safely say that I made the right decision. Plus, Seosan is a growing city. Case in point: it’s now home to it’s very own Dunkin Donuts! This is big event out here. There are still lines out the door and around the corner a week after its grand opening. And you know what they say: where there are donuts, there is development.