Thursday, February 3, 2011

Korean Navy's Mini Cups - Nostalgia # 38

Aside from photos, this is the only souvenir that my wife and I bought during the Indoctrination that we attended together when we first arrived in Korea. We were required to attend this practice in order to familiarize ourselves with the new place. We had to leave our two kids to our Filipino neighbors for a day, thanks to Ms. Lelet for watching the kids for us.
I was looking at the available jobs for retired sailors and I found some job openings at the base where I was assigned. I asked my daughter if he would be willing to move there hoping that she would say no because of her school but I was surprised that he said YES without hesitation. They really love Korea.

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Verna Luga said...

I think those are tea cups... without handles... frankly I dont like using them.. they're too small to accommodate my big belly's

Sunshinelene said...

lovely souvenir, John! i wouldn't mind receiving one of that. =)

am chinese this week. =) i mean chinese memoirs.


Rossel said...

i heard from tokaya rose you are collecting mugs. I should have sent you one. maybe next time.

those are nice souvenir and collections.

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