Formerly known as "Cruzers in Korea"

Monday, June 15, 2009

Picture Taking

Monday, June 15, 2009
Before I came to Korea, one of my friends told me that Korea is a very homogeneous society.  I don't know what a type of milk or sexuality has to do with anything, but I'll tell you that it's practically 99.5% Koreans here.  The foreigner community is very small.  I guess that's why the Koreans like taking pictures of the boys.  CJ and Jake don't get it nearly as bad as our other friends that have the blonde hair and blue eyed kids.  Check out these pictures of total strangers taking pictures of the foreign kids:

I guess it's not any stranger than a person taking pictures of people taking pictures.  Until next time -- C2



My son is constantly photographed. I don't mind, I take it as a compliment but I do know a lot of Foreigners here get very angry and upset when their children are photographed. How do you feel about it when it is your own children?

The Cruzers

It doesn't bother me at all, although I can see how it could become very annoying. Carol took the boys with her recently to the middle school where she does some volunteering at an English lab. It was crazy. The boys were like little rock stars, getting their pictures taken, signing autographs - it was nuts.

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