To market, to market…

We have a fantastic traditional market in the heart of our little town. A whole world of slimy roped fish; green-rooted vegetables, colorful legumes, and shiny fruits beneath faded large umbrellas.

These markets aren’t new for us. We went often in Gwangju, and even took a trip once with a photo club to a nearby rural market. I’ve photographed them many times. I brought my camera along this time anyways, hoping to see the market in a new way.

Most of my images seem familiar to the ones I’ve taken before. But in the coming months, I’m going to try and see this market from a new angle, to capture it in a unique way. Maybe through Finn’s eyes, next go round.

We plan on going here once a week for groceries. It’s cheaper than the grocery store and more money is going to the farmer. Win-win.



This woman smiles at Finn, trying to get a response from him










  1. Donna says:

    Hello Whit, Lindsay and Finn – I'm loving your new blog postings and hearing about your great adventures this time round. And love all the photographs especially seeing your happy faces. Your musings are a welcome break in a busy day. I usually stop at work and take a few minutes to relax and read. I will love to hear more about your new city. Hope you have a fantastic time! Big hugs all round! Donna & Mike


  2. Thanks for the note Donna! We're so glad you are reading!!

    Hope you and Mike are doing well! Hugs right back at you from Korea!


  3. cackle881 says:

    So excited to see that your blog is up and running again! I am very interested in teach in Korea, but not quite sure where to begin… Thanks for the posts!


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