Kimhae, at the moment.
A quick refresher: my wife has been transferred to a Coast Guard station in Busan. She was going to travel alone on Monday, settle in somewhat, then have us join her.
At the last moment, my wife and I decided to travel to Busan together. The three of us (son included, of course) made the long, long trip in our two-seater Korando on Monday. I have continued to flood the market with resumes, even resorting to applying to a few hagwons. I continue to wait...
The toughest thing about being here is learning how to get around not one, not two, but three cities. I am fairly capable of reading a map but in Korea, there are few street names. (Most) highways are numbered, but a few are not. The trick is to look near your destination and remember a few landmarks. Then you look for signs for those landmarks and follow them. I have found travel in Busan to be really interesting due to using a map more than five years out of date.
"Why three cities", you ask? We are staying with in-laws in Jinyoung, a tiny town near Changwon. We are also visiting with in-laws in Kimhae. Depending on how and when we get settled and what job interviews come up, the little guy will likely stay in Kimhae while I go to interviews and make whatever other arrangements.
This is my brother-in-law's computer and I shouldn't stay too long on it. More news when I have time.