in korea sometimes you need to find the randomest things ever to get by.
the reason why, is because sometimes you dont know where to get things, so you have to improvise with things that you can find.
other times a very simple project can be very expensive which makes you improvise. for example . . . i wanted to hang a picture. then i thought "if i wanted to hang one picture i would have to go buy nails AND a hammer." i then weighed the pros and cons, and i thought "is it really worth the 10 bucks for a hammer to put up one picture?" so then the improvising starts :-p
sometimes people classify this as "ghetto" but sometimes we have to embrace that living in korea.
so with that backdrop here is todays blog:
when we moved in to our new apartment we had some closet doors that didnt close all the way. we would close the doors before leaving for work, and then come home and they would be open.i used some cardboard to make sure half of the door remained closed,
(the piece of cardboard is wedged at the top of the door frame and held on there with double-sided sticky tape :-p)
but the left hand door was pesky, and didnt respond well to the cardboard treatment.
so what do you do in korea with limited tools?
seriously, we tried velcro. :-p
it looks like this:
(look at the top left corner of the door, and where the door would close :-p )
we put on the velcro the first week we moved in, and it is still working, and we are happy with the results :-p
i would list more ghetto fixed things in the house, but they all involve double-sided sticky tape so its not as fun as velcro :-p
until next time people!