Mailboxes. Nice thing about Korea is that stealing isn't really an issue...no need to lock up your mail.
To the left is the bathroom, to the right is the kitchen...in the middle is my messy bookshelf.
Travel Books are my favorite:)
Thankfully I have a decent closet.
Mom wouldn't believe this was my house if I would have made the bed for the picture.
Kitchen and entryway.
Bathroom. Recently Koreans use bathtubs but they are only in new, modern apartments. For the rest of us, we get traditional Korean bathrooms with shower-sinks. It's really not as bad as it seems. You just turn the knob on your sink to shower mode and take a shower in the middle of your bathroom. That means everything gets wet so you can't keep certain things in the bathroom. The most important thing is to remember to switch the knob back to sink mode when you are finished otherwise the next time you go to wash your hands, you'll get a shower...I've done that waaay too many times.
The drain is under the sink. Cleaning your bathroom is easy because you can just hose it down...except for the occasional soap scum on your toilet...
My laundry room. Koreans don't use dryers...really, ever... I miss my dryer and oven most!
Well...I guess that's about it. It's small and without a few luxuries like a couch, oven, dryer, bathtub, etc... but it's really not so bad. To me, it's home.